I love the raised rail tables, that lions bay table is my new grail, how much would something like that run for just the table, no legs?Finishing up the 104" long table with dedicated dealer spot. Delivery early next week. It's getting a pair of cast iron bases for extra legroom.
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Wrapped up a "few" tables in the last few weeks as well:
52" octagon, solid walnut dining table cover:
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Round table with suede rail:
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And some others:
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Not totally finished All chrome base, the same as the outer raised rail trim under the rail.
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Would you mind snapping a photo of the legs? I’m thinking about building a round table with folding legs as I have a limited space.
I 'll try to take a pic or two as soon as I visit my man cave, where the table is located.Would you mind snapping a photo of the legs? I’m thinking about building a round table with folding legs as I have a limited space.
Either this or replace your current dining table with a game table with a dining top. The dining top can be as sophisticated as a fitted wood top, or it could be as simple as a relatively thick piece of tempered glass or acrylic that could rest on top and be covered with a nice tablecloth. As long as you've got help pre- and post- game to take the top on and off.I live in a pretty small apartment, and I'm wondering if I could get away with making a table like the one shown below made by @T_Chan using threaded inserts so that I could disassemble the table for storage between games. I'd love to hear what you guys think of this idea!
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@T_Chan, do you think this idea could work?