The photo below depicts the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles. This unusual, large conference table was built to handle large meetings. The design allows attendees to gather around a central opening where the conference leaders are seated.
The Treaty of Versailles marked the end of World War I and also formed the League of Nations. Once again, a pivotal moment in history, and another large conference table is there!
“All I can say is that I am blown away. Absolutely the most beautiful office furniture that I have ever seen and I am tremendously proud to own it. Please share my thanks to all that had a hand in the design, construction and shipping for a job well done – something that each of your employees can be proud of as well. I’ll be looking for excuses to buy more!!”
Thank you so much for the kind words, Mark. It was our pleasure!
Metal is a hard, durable material, and furniture made of metal typically requires far less maintenance than wood. Use these tips to get the most from your aluminum or steel office furniture.
Brushed Steel leg plates are finished with a Hand rubbed Oil finish and sealed with a Clear Satin Conversion Varnish finish. With normal use the finish and sealer should never need to be reapplied. Brushed Steel is subject to corrosion, therefore we do not recommend outdoor use in coastal areas, or exposure to rain.
This Cessina executive desk in maple has just been glued up. Stoneline artisans Dave and Chuck measure every angle of the desk before the glue dries, to make sure the desk has been properly fitted together. The desk will be finished with a Wenge stain.
Stoneline’s Brushed Steel Conference Tables include our Axis and Radian lines that feature brushed steel leg plates for a bold, modern look. Half inch thick steel leg plates are hot rolled during the manufacturing process: at the mill, molten steel is passed through rollers to flatten & shape the bar of steel. The rollers leave unpredictable character on the steel surface, often in a linear pattern. This is due to bits of slag that are stuck to the rollers being pressed into the face of the steel plate, creating a fluid texture. Read More