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Need help with the new normal? We’re here to build what you need

Need help with the new normal? We’re here to build what y...

Custom can quickly adapt to a new normal, no matter how that looks for each client. We’re solutions providers with real expertise, championing American craftsmanship and innovation since 1986. Deemed experts by the experts at Zoom. Considerations Room size and camera being used? This will determine the max size table. Send floor plans and/or...

5 Conference Room Must-Haves

When you’ve been building custom tables for as long as we have, you’ll see certain requests pop up more often than others. This not only gives an insight into emerging trends but extensive expertise in the most requested features. 1. What size and shape will work best in my room? Because we build from the...

Live Edge Conference Tables Part 2: Design

In this second part of our three-part series, we’ll take a look at how we design a live edge conference table with a slab top. It’s not the same as a normal project. If you’re not clear on what a slab is, please take a look at Part 1. At Paul Downs, the act of...

What Sets Us Apart

We’re experts in providing custom solutions. In addition to creating a positive experience for everyone we interact with on our custom conference room projects, we make custom easy. Our turnkey process is simple and hassle-free from start to finish. Above all, we deliver WOW factor one of a kind...

Our 7 Favorite Tables of 2018

We designed and built a lot of beautiful and functional tables in 2018. Our talented crew of designers, builders, and project managers expertly guided all projects through the design phase, construction, final touches, and into many different office spaces. Keep reading below to see our top 7 conference room tables from this year! 7. Architect...

Live Edge Conference Tables: A Three Part Series

Part One Slab, live edge, free-form: there are lots of ways to describe a table made with large slices from a tree.  In this three-part series, I want to walk you through some of the issues that arise when slabs are made into conference tables.  Part one is an introduction to slabs, including how to...

Paul Downs Custom Furniture: Shipping and Installation

As the weeks go by and your project is built, we look over every aspect from matching the veneer to the multiple coats of finish. After quality control is done and the table is disassembled, we expertly construct our crates, pack with the utmost care, and ship through reputable carriers. We want our clients to...

Paul Downs Custom Furniture Case Study: Dogfish Head Brewpu

Starting point: a cool, fresh idea. Finish line: happy users. What every architect, contractor, and fabricator wants, right? But in between, there are a million ways to go astray. We recently completed a project for the new Dogfish Head Brewpub in Rehoboth, DE that shows how an unusual design concept made it to successful completion. ...

Paul Downs Case Study: Senior Leadership Briefing Room

So you’ve designed a really cool briefing room for a VERY important client.  The centerpiece: a large open table with complex architectural details. It has to hold microphones, hidden motorized monitors, a roll-out presenter’s podium with adjustable desk height, and all the wiring to connect. And it needs to hit the budget target. And time...

Paul Downs Vintage Blog – “Should I Give My Emp...

[box title=”A Vintage Blog” style=”1″] For many years, Paul wrote a blog for the New York Times about business life. Those postings eventually became the book, Boss Life: Surviving My Own Small Business. Paul’s book is available at your favorite local bookseller or on Amazon.com. [/box]   Should I Give My Employees a...