We’re working on putting some of our designs into production so we can offer them for wholesale to retail stores, and add trade discounts. Pretty excited about it, as I’ve had so many people asking for it. We’re not in any stores yet, in case you didn’t know, we sell direct right now. I hope to get our Hure table in there first to be offered as a table base, and complete table in two top sizes. And maybe our I Beam table next. Working on a spiffy catalog too. If you are interested, please do let me know. Might be 10-12 weeks before this happens.
Category Archives: commercial furniture
I finally got a chance to snap some pictures of our Floyd table base. We put a 10′ walnut top with a riveted edge on it. This 400lbs base will support a 12′ long top, or use dual bases and make a 20′ conference table. This French Industrial inspired base is reminiscent of the old cast iron machine bases from the early 1900s. As pictured this would price around $5500.
Here is a custom Hure desk that includes a return with a matching Hure base. It has a 84′ x 36″ top on the desk with a 72′ x 24″ return top, all made of walnut, and has a single drawer. This would price around $7500 and can be customized.
Here’s a few projects we finished this week:
20′ long Hure conference table with 3 data/power ports, a worn oak top, and 3 support bases
French Column Bar Table – 60″ round aged cherry top with riveted trim, French Column design base with 1″ thick steel supports adorned with rivets. Weight is around 700 lbs!
Metropolitan Bar Chair – Heavy duty construction, additional lumbar support for comfort, foot rest, 1/2″ thick maple ply seat with aged finish
We’ve been working on this new crank table design for a few weeks now. There was a lot of rivet work and details to build and I’m quite happy with the progess. It started as me needing a new desk for myself. I’ve been wanting to make a new more elegant Crank Table, so after designing on paper, we started building. I chose to use two massive 5 ton screw mechanisms to support the top. On each side we’ll have 12″ cast iron wheels to adjust the height which will go from 30″ to 45″. The base is 7′ long, and the top which we’ll be making next, will be 7′ x 40″ and most likely aged cherry wood with metal trim and bolted corners. The base was built from extra heavy-gauge steel, and adorned with rivets and bolts (at least 200). We had thoughts of going yellow or orange, but went with an aged red finish. Once this piece is completed, I’ll have some pictures to show, as well as specs and pricing. Hope this is next week!
This base will work perfect for a desk, dining or conference table.
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:
We have a growing selection of industrial dining tables that vary in price and design. They are all original designs, inspired by vintage industrial pieces, made by our shop in Phoenix. Our industrial dining tables are built to last 100 or more years, and are commercial grade. Stay tuned for more designs coming out in the next few months. You can visit our Industrial Dining Table page for more info.
Our Hure dining table is one of our more recent designs. It’s thick gauge steel base is heavy but with feminine curves, and has a simple top that adds warmth to the piece. That massive 2″ screw and 3.5″ nut demand attention to the base. We’re thinking of casting this in brass and bronze in the future. Prices start around $4,500.
The A Frame design makes a wonderful industrial dining table. It’s elegant base never fails to attract looks and is in place at several restaurants across the country. We’ve built them from 5 long to 14′, and in dining and pub height. We build them from scratch, so they are customizable.
Our industrial Crank Dining Table has been popular with clients who like the option of standing or sitting, or like an adjustable table that goes from dining to bar height. This simple table has a massive base with two 4000 lbs mechanisms that lift and lower the top with a turn of the wheel. It can be made with or without casters. We’re building more ornate base for this table right now so stay tuned. Weight is around 500 lbs, and price starts at $5500.
Inspired by French industrial design, the French Column table uses 1″ solid steel plate for the main supports and is adorned with hundreds of rivets. Massive strength with feminine cures. We can build these for round tops, consoles, desks, dining and conference tables, and more. Weight is around 300-600 lbs per base depending on size. We can use one base or two depending on the top size, and build it in dining or bar height. Prices start around $4500.
This is our French industrial inspired I Beam design. The large beam design are adorned with rivets and bracing, and can support any size top. As always, these are built in America, designed to last forever, and can be tailored to suit your needs. Available as a single or double base table. Prices start at $3500 and go up to $8000.
Vintage Industrial has been busy making chairs and stools and now have 4 customizable designs. We’re working over the next couple months to lower lead times on these and probably keep some IN-STOCK. All designs are commercial quality and beyond, and we can customize. Whether you need a desk or dining chair, or a bar stool at your restaurant or diner, we can do that.
Almost done with a new bar stool. We’re introducing a bunch of new designs in the next few months so check back often, or subscribe to updates. I’ll have more info and pricing on this stool in the next few days.
We’re working on some new chairs, and here is one of them, the A Frame stool. Makes a nice companion for our A Frame table, or any bar height table for that matter. This stool tips the scales at 40 lbs, is 30″ in height, has a 16″ aged mahogany top, and 2 solid steel 1″ thick machine screws for a foot rest. As always, this piece is commercial quality and built to outlast you. Priced at $425 each, $1620 for 4, or $4620 for 12.
Below is a custom Ironworker shelf we just finished for a client. It was made in 3 sections that bolt together and has 6 shelves, around 650 rivets, aged sugar pine wood, a rusted steel patina, and a 5″ apron. It measures 7.5′ tall by 9′ wide. This would work great as a bookcase or fixture in a retail store.
Just finished a job for an office. All of the pieces were customized in some fashion and include desks, worktables, a conference table, file cabinets, and more. These were a blending of several designs: I Beam, Crank Table, Ellis, Bolted Table, and our riveted top. We used cherry, walnut and mahogany for the tops. These pieces are a good example of how we can customize pieces for clients.
We have a bunch of pieces ready to ship out, so I snapped some photos. The I Beam conference table has a 12′ x 5′ walnut top with riveted metal trim. And the bar height A Frame has a smaller walnut top with bolted metal trim.