Archive for the Glass Table Top Category
Stoneline Designs recently completed this glass conference table for a high-tech professional services firm in the Washington DC area. The client required a table large enough to seat 12, with a sophisticated look. They chose our Crescent line of conference tables with a “scratched” glass top.
Stoneline Designs has just completed design and installation of a home office including a hand built 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
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.
Here is a great article from our archives regarding the care of glass table tops.
A glass top conference table is an investment which will pay off for years to come if properly cared for. Follow these easy tips to preserve the appearance of your glass conference table top. Read more
We hope you have never had the sinking feeling of looking at your glass conference table or glass dining table and discovering a chip in the edge or scratch in the surface. Unfortunately, once a chip or scratch has occurred, there’s usually no way to repair it. In most cases your options are to conceal the scratch or replace the glass. Read more
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