Ellis Entertainment Center
After some searching, I couldn’t find any nice vintage 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 , rolling bar or credenza.
There are a lot of ways to customize this piece: Natural steel patina, rust patina, polished steel, mahogany / walnut / cherry / worn oak top, legs or casters, use a different steel mesh for the doors, enclose both shelves, no doors, customize the size, paint it, lower it, etc.
Ironworker Media Console
Ironworker Console Table, 48″ x 20″ x 32″ tall (custom sizes and finishes available), weighs around 200 lbs, on 5″ locking cast iron casters, 50lbs steel riveted top, 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 or polished finish, etc.
French Column Console Table
Inspired by French industrial design, this piece 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 300-400 lbs per base depending on size.