Archive for the Brushed Steel Category
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.
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
Before shipping a custom designed table, our artisans assemble the table and make any adjustments necessary to make sure all the parts fit together perfectly.
For this oval conference table with brushed steel base and granite top, the process took artisans Rob, Bart, Mace and Brian almost three hours.
Pictured above is Stoneline Designs’ Quadrant Conference Table with brushed steel panels on a Maple frame. The large conference table top is made from our Patterned “Scratched” Glass. Companion pieces such as credenzas, pedestals, media cabinets, consoles and dining tables are also available. Read more
Stoneline Designs is pleased to add the Tangent Conference Table to our line of executive conference room furniture.
The Tangent Conference Table (shown above with Frosted and Opaque Frosted glass table top) features two Steel plates combined in Oval or “Scround” shapes to form the stout base that includes levelors underneath. A 4″ Square central column is flanked by 2 or 4 side supports in Brushed Aluminum, Wood or Sand-blasted Steel. Round or Square tables 48″ and below do not need the side supports but they can be added as an option. Sand-blasted Steel rails with integrated leveling are bolted to a top shape (oval or Scround) that caps the column and side supports. A top rail support structure holds multiple piece tops for large conference table sizes.
Stoneline recently completed this credenza and bookcase for a private home in Asheville, NC.
“I commend your crew. The delivery was quite professional and compact. We appreciated the phone call from Bart, zeroing in on the timing, as well as his complete and confident assembly of the unit. I guess that goes with being one of the craftsmen involved in construction.
“That brings me to the piece itself. Absolutely beautiful, exactly what I had anticipated since I had visited your factory earlier and had seen some pieces first hand, fits into the decor of our home perfectly — these are just a few of the expressions of satisfaction that Michael and I uttered after your crew left. I’m sure they were aware of how pleased we were, as we were oohing and ahhing the entire time they were here! A well-chosen piece,artfully designed, and constructed with quality and precision. I could go on and on. Thank you for creating this unit which we are proud and lucky to own. “
We custom designed this office furniture suite for a modern home office. The writing desk, credenza and hutch, all from the Axis line, feature brushed steel and dark wenge stained wood which looks good against the brick wall and hardwood floor. Our patterned “Scratched” glass finish adds a modern flair.
Stoneline Designs has just completed design and installation of a home office including computer desk and custom wall unit. The client needed modern furniture for a beautiful contemporary home in Austin TX. The room where the office was to be located includes a glass wall overlooking a garden. Such strong architectural design demands equally strong furniture design. So they turned to Stoneline. Read more