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Solid Wood Top Conference Tables | Paul Downs Cabinetmakers

Solid Wood Top Conference Tables

The structure and looks of solid wood vary. Because each tree's grain reacts to its own environment, every pile of lumber has a unique appearance. For table tops smaller than 4' x 8' and areas of the table that require a complex design and will experience high wear, solid wood hardwood is the best option. Lumber is also used to create the edges and foundation pieces of tables. Solid wood slabs with a live edge work well for designs that look very natural.

As you browse examples of our solid wood conference tables, don't hesitate to contact us or call 1-610-239-0142 with any questions you may have. Our design team is standing by to help.

Solid Wood Conference Tables

Nearly every day, we receive requests for solid wood conference room tables, but we’ve come to realize that what consumers actually want is durable furniture. They don’t accept any form of cost cutting and demand top-notch products and workmanship. As skilled woodworkers, we have a unique perspective on what “solid wood” really means. For us, it’s a technical phrase that denotes a specific use of a tree.

Solid wood conference tables offer a variety of benefits like durability, clean lines, a sleek design, and more. At Paul Downs, we love crafting custom pieces of furniture. From traditional conference tables to unique conference tables, our experts can bring your vision to life.

Live Edge vs Solid Wood Tables

There are many terms used to describe a table created from substantial tree slices, including slab, live edge, and free-form. This is just one method for creating a solid wood table top, but it’s a pretty well-liked one right now. This case study will define slabs, describe where to find them, and provide you with a rough estimate of their cost.

When working on live edge projects with customers, we give them the choice of selecting their own slab or setting a budget and allowing us to make suggestions for alternatives that will work. Often a solid table top with veneer accents will be an affordable solution.

How Can We Help?

We understand that designing a custom solid wood top conference table that meets your needs for large meetings, intimate settings, and storage requirements can seem like a difficult task. Regardless of your room size, shape, or unique specifications, every modular table we work on starts with a question. Don’t hesitate to contact us or give us a call at 1-610-239-0142 and we’ll guide you through our process.