Double drawer vintage industrial filing cabinet – 34″ tall x 16″ wide x 27″ deep. Makes a unique side table and fits legal or letter size files with room to spare inside. The drawers were salvaged from an old filing cabinet and the rest was handmade. Available in custom sizes, finishes, with casters, and different drawer combinations. Heavy duty, solid design built to last!
This custom piece is 79″ T x 16″ d x 24″ w, weighs close to 200 lbs, and has 192 rivets. It’s all handmade and built to last centuries. I named it the Ironworker Bookshelf in honor of the old time ironworkers who, back in the day, built beautiful things to last.
We can build these in custom sizes and finishes tailored to suit your needs (a chrome or rust steel finish would look great too). Price mainly depends on the size and varies from $1,650 on up . And I can give discounts for quantity orders. I plan on making a larger 4′ wide one for my wife so stay tuned…
Got the frame built for this new bookshelf design. Used 192 rivets in the construction so I might call this the 1920 bookshelf. Just need to add casters, seal the steel, then bolt on the aged wood shelves. This design was inspired by the French Industrial era.
You can see the finished piece here: http://shop.retro.net/?p=857
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.
Here is another variation of the Ellis console table with 4 doors with solid fronts and 2 shelves in the middle. There is a hole in the back of each section for wiring. The piece is 60″ wide x 22″ deep x 32″ tall and weight around 225 lbs. This piece will price around $2295.
This piece was part of a project for the Smith Commons restaurant in DC. We built several cafe tables, bar tables, and this hostess stand. This is probably my personal favorite design to date.
36″ w x 48″ t x 20″ deep on locking 5 spoke casters. Features include a rare reclaimed Philippine mahogany top originally installed as school bleacher seats in 1912, handmade iron work on top, sliding keyboard tray, wiring access from top to bottom for monitor/keyboard/computer, 3 cubbies for menus, ornamental lattice work on back, rivet work, stenciled wood top, backsplash, sloping top, all handmade steel construction with a vintage patina. It has a French Industrial style circa 1940s.
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.
Started work on a 2 drawer filing cabinet based on a 40s industrial cabinet. I’m pretty excited about this piece! I’m building two and one will have casters, the other legs, and they will be around 35″ tall x 26″ deep x 16″ wide.
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…
I built this as a dining table but noticed it would work great as a desk. The one of a kind A frame is built of heavy gauge steel and 2 tubular cross braces with bolting ends. The solid top is made of 2″ x 12″ aged sugar pine.
Available in other sizes, finishes, a steel top, just the base and not top, etc. Custom work is my specialty!
Dimensions – 60″ wide x 34″ deep x 30″ tall, approx 250 lbs,
Priced at $1,850 on up
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.
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.
Here’s a combination of a couple things that I enjoy, New York and vintage industrial design. This subway sign was inspired by an old one I saw the other day. It measures 60″ wide x 12″ tall x 1.5″ deep and is meant to hang on a wall. Priced at $475.