Here is a Manhattan coffee table, named after the bridge in NY. I wasn’t sure about the red color (which I modeled after the Golden Gate bridge) at first, but now that it’s finished, I love it! The hardwood top is aged white oak and has a waxed finish. It’s a simple design and has a familiar vintage look. Size is 40″ x 20″ x 19″ tall. Price is $795, or unpainted with a natural patina on the steel would be $695.
Monthly Archives: May 2010
This website reached 50k hits this week! Pretty amazing! I’ve been chatting with editors working on getting featured in a home magazine. If and when that happens, this business is going to really take off. And so I realized that I love this business and want to grow!
Working on a couple coffee tables based on my media console design. Hope to have one of them ready in about 10 days. Size is going to be 40″ x 20″ x 18.5″ tall. One will have the cabinet doors, and the other probably won’t. This would also work well as a low TV stand. They’ll have the same 6″ casters and will be uber heavy, about 125 lbs. Price will start around $795.
Now I just need to come up with a name for this design line! Here is a photoshop cut and paste of how it might look.
The other day I was looking at New York bridges and felt inspired to create a new design. I call this new piece the Manhattan table, named after the Manhattan bridge. It uses angle iron in a unique way, which lends itself to a strong structural design, while using less material. And I love the combination of cross braces, rivets, and bolts. It measures 11″ x 12″ x 23.5″ tall, has a raw steel patina, and a mahogany top with a dark vintage stain. Stay tuned for a Manhattan coffee table! This vintage industrial design would price around $350.
Here is a slightly altered Brooklyn design coffee table with heavier casters, aged hardwood, and an inset top. I already have plans for a completely new design based on old bridge architecture.
Here is a big console shelf I just finished for a client’s office. I managed to get some really big slabs of Honduran mahogany for the table and it came out pretty cool. It’s huge (70+ inches long and 18″ deep), weighed 130 lbs, and has 5 spoke casters on it.