I was going through all the Ellis consoles we’ve made. There’s been a lot of them! So I put together an album and slideshow with some of my favorites. We’ve built them as coffee tables, media consoles, point of sale stations for restaurants, hostess stands, side tables, night stands, dressers, filing cabinets, sideboards, as a hutch, kitchen island, and more. Seems to be our most versatile design. I’ll be adding more info as well as sizing and options. All of these are custom Ellis’s:
Category Archives: coffee table
Here are some recent pieces we’ve made. Our shop has been quite busy with orders, new designs, and expanding the shop.
Here is one of 2 massive kitchen islands along with our Wright Stool.
Bolted coffee table with a walnut top. I hope to make this into a dining table with some refinements.
Ironworker shelf, stay tuned for a set of 3 huge ones that bolt together to make a massive piece.
Our first lit sign, inspired by a slot machine. It’s not finished yet, but you get the idea…
Custom Ellis console with 4 drawers and doors, and alder wood top/drawer fronts.
We had the honor of making a couple special tables for The Moto Show set. Thanks to producer Todd Huffman for choosing Vintage Industrial.
I took some pictures yesterday of some new pieces and designs…
308 Media Shelf – 84″ x 43″ x 18″ with space for a flat screen on the 3rd shelf
Ellis Media console – 7′ x 20″ x 18″ tall, has two doors and a center door with pipe legs
Industrial Toilet Paper Holder – Our shop needed one of these so I put this together. It’s definitely overbuilt, weighs around 10 lbs, and the Acme nuts keep the paper secure. The double holder will make sure you are never without a square again! – Price $225
Adjustable Height coffee table – 42″ x 42″ x 18-30″ tall, this heavy duty coffee table adjusts in height to double as a cafe or dining table. It has a 30″ square cutout in the center which will hold a piece of glass which allows you to see the workings of the design.
Vintage industrial inspired restaurant tables. The first two pictures are my A Frame design table at a 40″ pub height. This table can be customized in many ways including various sizes, tops, finishes, etc. It’s priced around $1950.
The 3rd and 4th picture show my adjustable height Smith Commons table. It’s built to vary from 20″ – 30″ or 30″ – 40″ in height for dining on or to be used as a coffee or side table. It too can be tailored to suit your needs. Pricing as sized is around $995.
Discounts available for multiple orders.
Here is another one of a kind table created by visiting designer VÃ¡clav JirÃ¡sko. Would make a cool coffee or end table. It’s for sale and the price is still to be determined.
I’ve had a guest furniture designer, VÃ¡clav JirÃ¡sko of JirÃ¡sko Industries, staying with me for the last week. He flew in from the Czech republic just to visit. Here is his first creation that was made in America, the No. 11 coffee table. It has a rustic 1.5″ thick cedar top with extensive bracing and riveted legs. Dimensions are 28″ x 40″ x 19″ tall. It’s priced at $1,095 and is a one of a kind piece.
Just finished a pair of these for a customer. The design is based on a european vintage piece. They are all steel, riveted together with a thick steel top and an aged rust finish. These would work well as side tables, outdoor tables, use a couple of the bases to hold a coffee or dining table top, or use as a display table for your pet elephant. These measure 22″ x 22″ x 24″ tall and weigh around 75 lbs each. I can make these in a variety of size, finishes, and use different materials for the tops. Prices are around $995 each.
Apartment Therapy’s 2010 Holiday Giveaway has started. I donated a custom Brooklyn coffee table and you can enter to win it on Thursday 11/25 (yes that is Thanksgiving Day!). You’ll have 3 days to enter the contest. They have lots of other uber cool prizes so take a look here to enter: LINK
Took some pictures of some new designs just finished. Includes a couple filing cabinets made with some new and salvaged steel, an NYC kitchen table which weighs in around 150 lbs, and a new Brooklyn design.
Apartment Therapy is having their annual holiday giveaway and I plan on entering a new Brooklyn coffee table design. So hopefully one lucky person will win this table. Here is the last giveaway: http://giveaways.apartmenttherapy.com/2009/holiday
This table is 40″ x 20″ x 19″ tall. It is all metal with lots of rivets and I will be using reclaimed mahogany for the bottom shelf. As usual, this piece is heavy and virtually indestructible. This piece will price around $1,095 and be available in any size. This might make a nice Media console table too. Wife thinks I should enclose it and add doors, kinda like a steamer trunk. Lots of possibilities…
This table adjusts in height from 18″ to 30″ making it ideal for a coffee table or small dining table. And it’s so strong, that I could stand on the corner of the top and it would barely flex, so you could use it as a work table too. The threaded screw has a spinning lock underneath to keep it secure. This was a custom piece for a client, and I can remake it or change things around. The top is 3/16″ thick steel and 40″ x 40″ with a 1″ x 2″ boxed frame underneath. Price would be around $1075.
And here is a slightly smaller version with a 30″ x 30″ wood top. This was built as a cafe table / dining table for Smith Commons restaurant in DC.
With New York being a big inspiration for my designs, I set off to build a tribute to the amazing place. My clients in New York usually have a few things in common: they want something unique that has an industrial feel, it needs to be functional yet beautiful, and space is always an issue.
I feel these pieces meet all of those needs. They were built as 2 separate tables that can function as side or accent tables, yet when put together, they work as a coffee table. The custom font that I created makes them blocky as possible which leaves lots of top surface area. And they have latching doors so you can use them for storage (about 3.5 cubic feet each). You can also face the letters forward, or upwards. After I built them, I realized how heavy they were (120lbs approx). So these could be used as safes if I installed an optional lock.
Dimensions: 20″ x 20″ x 20″
Weight: 120 lbs each
Price: $1,350 for both
Here are some photos of some custom work for a client.
Here is an industrial metal coffee table I made for a client. I like the size which is 17″ t x 24″ d x 42″ w. I want to make one of these with polished casters when I get some time. This would go great with a polished Manhattan table.