A couple months back we had a chef approach us looking for some kitchen islands. We decided to use our Ellis design. They are similar in style, and mirrored on both sides. One has 2 doors on each side, some shelving in the center, and an overhanging top to work as a bar with our Wright stools. The other has 3 drawers per side, open storage underneath, and 2 enclosed storage bays under that. Each Ellis island (funny how it came out that way) has GFCI outlets on one side with wiring routed down to the ground. These are finished with 4 heavy duty locking casters, and aged sugar pine tops. Weight is somewhere around half a ton each, ya they are heavy!
Here is a new line I am carrying, Coach Casters which have an aged 6″ composite wheel, and a dark vintage patina on the metal. They have a mounting height of 7.5″. They are budget priced at $119 per set of four. These are also available with an 8″ wheel for $129.
Here are some Vintage Industrial style casters I am now carrying. The 6″ wheels were forged in America and designed around the 1940s. I will be adding these to my Antique Caster page soon. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in a set. The top two pictured have a 6″ spoked cast iron wheel. The bottom two have a cast iron wheel with a rubber tread.
My TV needed something under it so I decided on this French Industrial inspired design. The Ironworker Console Table, 48″ x 20″ x 32″ tall (custom sizes and finishes available), weighs around 200 lbs, on 5″ locking cast iron casters, a 50lbs steel riveted top, 124 rivets and 28 braces, aged sugar pine lower shelves, and a rust patina. It got it’s name in honor of the old time ironworkers who, back in the day, built things with pride to last. We can make this in many variations, sizes, finishes, enclose it, add drawers, chrome, copper or polished finish, etc. This would also make a nice kitchen island or worktable. Prices vary, but this size and finish runs $1,650.
I’ll be making a run of casters soon similar to the design below. They’ll use a heavy duty 6″ cast iron wheel and have a rigid industrial frame. So they will roll but not swivel. I’ve been looking for casters like these for a year and can’t find them so I decided to make them. Pricing is going to be approximately $225 for a set of 4 and they will be handmade here in America, Phoenix to be exact.
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.
Custom Ellis console table with hand polished steel, doors on the top, and a black lacquered oak top. Has a mid-century modern industrial look. This was a piece for a client. Cost to reproduce this is around $1375 for the console plus $350 to polish it.
I picked up a couple of these tables today. I am keeping one and selling the other. I was told this table was used by a Nascar team as a work table to rebuild their car. It is VERY heavy duty and will probably support a ton or more. The 36″ x 96″ top is made of 1/2″ thick steel and the frame is made of 3″ round tube. It has heavy duty casters that lock the wheel and the swivel part which make it pretty easy to move around considering it weighs about 800 lbs. The height is 36″ which makes it nice for standup work, bar table or outdoor table. The top also overhangs 6″ all the way around, and it has a storage shelf underneath that is 17.5″ x 78″. The frame is powder coated gray and the top is raw steel with the natural coating from the mill. They used a waterjet machine to cut the triangular bracing underneath. Asking $950 (SOLD) for this table, free pickup in Phoenix, I’d have to check on shipping but it’s probably around $350-475. I can finish the top with an industrial clearcoat if you would like. And I can also repaint this if you’d like another color. This was custom made in America and new was around $2,000.
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The N Table (still working on the Y) – $695
Manhattan Side Table – $350
Mid-Century Modern Steel Coffee Table – $495
Red Manhattan Coffee Table – $650
Ellis Coffee Table / TV Stand – $895
308 Shelf – $895
Ellis Coffee Table / TV Stand – $1,150
Metal Industrial Night Stand / End Table w/drawer – $450
Factory Tool Stand End Table – $350
Ellis Media Console Table w/Peruvian Walnut Top – $995
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.
This new creation has a thick mahogany top with a shellac finish. It measure 40″ w x 20″ d x 18″ t and weighs a little over 100 lbs. The cabinet has two doors with cast iron latches, and is enclosed all the way around by a cloverleaf screen. Other features include a dark vintage patina on the steel, lots of iron rivets, 6″ cast iron casters, and a small hole inside the cabinet for A/V wiring if you want to use it for that. This piece is designed to function as coffee table or a TV stand with room for components below.
Priced at $1150
This design is based on my media console, just in a coffee table size (40″ w x 20″ d x 18″ t). It would also make a cool tv stand. It has 6″ heavy duty casters, a rich dark vintage patina on the steel, and aged gray oak for a top. Weighs around 100 lbs, but rolls around easily with the casters. I’ll be making some different versions of this, like enclosing the bottom shelf, using mahogany, and making one 50″ wide. Priced at $895, this piece can also be customized to suit your needs.
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.
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.