This is the 3rd media console I’ve made for a customer. It has a walnut top with a lot of character. It looks like I’ll be making several more of these over the next month so get in line if you want one (I know I do)! Size is 4′ x 20″ x 32″ tall.
Here is another media console I just finished for a client. I changed a couple things from the first model I made which is different wood on the top (mahogany), and cast iron latches. Dimensions are 48″ x 17″ x 31.5″ tall which is a little more narrow than the other one I made. I do love how this came out with the minor changes. I HOPE to get enough time to make one for myself as I just sold the 3rd one which was going to be for me. Can’t keep em on the shelf!
Here are a couple tables recently finished for customers. Both are custom versions of this table: French Industrial Coffee Table / Cart
The first table is gigundous at 5′ x 30″ x 18″ tall and the second table is the standard size but with legs instead of casters…
Here is the finished Console Table. I finished the wood slightly darker than the last table. The African Mahogany is finished with tung oil and I love how it came out. This table could also be a short bookshelf or you could add a shelf or two and make it a full size bookshelf. The 5″ casters make it easy to move around and are gentle on flooring. Dimensions are 4′ x 14″ x 30″ tall and it weighs in at 61lbs. Priced at $595. Shipping: West Coast $75, East Coast $100
I finally got my European hardware order and finished what I call the 308 Shelf. I got this idea from a piece Wisteria used to sell a few years back but made some changes to the design and came up with this side table. It’s the size of an end table, but would work as a small shelf or rolling cart. It has a vintage French Industrial feel to it. Dimensions are 14″ x 22″ x 23″ tall and it weighs 37lbs. The wood is solid 1.5″ thick African mahogany with a vintage stain on it and I think this hardwood is GORGEOUS. And the iron has a vintage galvanized patina. The 4″ casters have locks to hold it in place.
Priced at $450 in this size. Next I’ll be making a console table size at 4′ x 14″ x 30″ tall.
After looking around on the internet, I couldn’t find any nice industrial style media console tables. So I got an idea from an early 1900s vintage French piece and started a new design. The way the frame is built, it has moulding around the edges with large iron rivets keeping it all together. The lower cabinet can hold audio/video components and the cloverleaf screen door allows your remotes to work with the doors closed. And there is a hole in the back of the cabinet for wiring. The back of the frame is built to hold and hide wiring from the TV down to the AV components. The solid walnut top measures 48″ x 22″ and the piece is 32″ tall. Weight is around 170lbs. The heavy 6″ cast iron wheels make it easy to move around. This would also make a nice console table or credenza. Priced at $1,350
This French industrial era inspired coffee table offers sleek, architectural lines reminiscent of New Yorkâ€™s famous Brooklyn Bridge. The braces, button head rivets and bolts give this piece a cool, industrial look. The solid wood top and bottom slats were aged to a light grayish color and the ironwork has a flat finish with aged touches here and there.
The Brooklyn Coffee Table works perfectly in any city loft or apartment.
Coffee table measurements: 39″ x 21″ x 18″ with 5″ caster wheels
Weight: approximately 70lbs.
Shipping to NYC $125, East Coast $95, call 602-322-1111 to purchase or use the Paypal button below to buy now.
Additional and complimentary pieces:
This versatile design can be tailored to suit your style. Mix and match steel and wood finishes, alter the size, create a console table or kitchen island, remove the wheels, add drawers, create a rust, chrome, or polished copper finish â€“ the possibilities are endless. Below are a couple examples of custom Brooklyn tables.
Side table available: 20″ x 20″ x 23″
Square coffee table: 32″ x 32″ x 18″ (prices vary with size)
After making the previous French industrial era inspired table, I decided to make a smaller version without the drawers. It’s more at home in tighter living spaces like apartments and lofts. The frame is made of iron and the wood planks are aged to a nice gray and light brown patina. The caster wheels make it easy to move around rooms and also lock. Dimensions are 38″ x 20″ x 18″ tall. Price $395, call 602-322-1111
This table helped inspire this new design, the Brooklyn Coffee Table.