Conference table pricing is driven by four factors: size, shape, complexity, and materials. We work with our clients to provide a custom solution within their budget. Do you need power and data? Will your table see hard use? How many people do you need to seat? Will executives or clients be using your table? These are just some of the questions to consider when considering your budget. Contact us for help!
We’ve sorted all the conference table pricing on this site into three grades:
These tables are designed to keep costs low. We’ll determine the best size and shape for your situation, and then recommend materials and detailing that gives you the functionality you need. A 10-foot table in this category would start at about $4000.
These tables run from $400 to $600 a foot.
These tables represent great value. Like Standard Grade, they will be designed to meet your size and shape requirements, but will also incorporate a prudent mix of features, technology, and materials to give you an impressive table at a reasonable price.
These tables run from $600 to $1200 a foot.
These tables are designed to dazzle, with the finest materials and most imaginative design. Often complex AV applications. These tables are unique in every way. As with all our tables, the final price from Ultra Grade is a reflection of the choices the customer makes.
These tables start around $1200 foot.
- Odd-shaped tables: How long is a V-shaped, open square, or U-shaped table? Unfold the shape into a straight line. For instance, a U-shaped table with 20-foot long arms and a 10-foot base is 50-feet long.
- Round and square tables: Round and square tables don’t fit neatly into our dollar-per-foot formulas. Please contact us with a target budget and we’ll help you figure out your options. If you are looking for the most common sizes and their associated seating capacity, check out our round and square size and seating guide.
- Ordering multiple copies of a single table can save money, as we can spread the engineering costs over the whole project. Modular tables are often fabricated in multiples – see below for more on this.