The AcralyteX Finish exclusively from Table Topics is a must to achieve the quality table top that does not require linens.
Everyone is doing it! From Country Clubs to Restaurants to Event/Wedding Receptions, there is a huge shift away from linens. This shift could be to save money, to seem less “stuffy” and “formal” or it could be that owners and/or chefs realize it is just one more thing they don’t have to deal with if they buy beautiful tables that are “Built to Stay Beautiful.”
The white table cloth is no longer the required symbol of a high-end/ fine dining restaurant. Younger chefs are realizing that less focus on status symbols and more focus on quality across the board is what is really important. Having a restaurant table that looks great new and still looks great after years in service is essential.
Having the AcralyteX finish on your restaurant tables, bar tables or communal tables provides heat, scratch and chemical resistance. This means that you don’t have to panic when someone spills alcohol on the bar tables, leaves their lemon laying on the table by the tea glass or when the cleaning staff gets a new cleaner because the AcralyteX finish will not break down like other finishes and get sticky.
Create your ideal space without conforming to hospitality standards or expectations. There has never been a better time to Go Linenless with Table Topics.
For large as well as small tables, the base is the foundation of a good design. Table Topics has a gallery of communal and bar top options for your consideration, and an expert design team available to help as you plan your project. For some, functionality is the sole purpose due to the specifics of space or placement. We have custom-coated T bases , attractive disc foot options and many more.
Just as with every other element of your design and every phase of your project, the Table Topics team will work with you to find the base that best supports your vision. Contact us to start the conversation now.
Our products are set apart by our patented Acralyte finish. Available exclusively from Table Topics, this is more than a beautiful finish. Acralyte eliminates issues with heat, abrasion and chemical wear associated with epoxy resin finishes. We spent years in research and development and the outcome is a process that results in a finish with unmatched quality and durability.
Acralyte outperforms traditional finishes such as epoxy resin, polyester resin, lacquer, varnish and polyurethane. We use specially formulated glues, extended drying cycles and a proprietary UV curing procedure. The entire process is closely monitored and refined. The result is a superior product, engineered for durability.
The Acralyte finish is one main reason our custom-crafted tables are tops in the industry. Our people are another. Our entire manufacturing process depends on the skill and experience of our craftsmen as well as the quality of our materials and processes. But ultimately it all starts with you. Your creation begins with a conversation with our expert design team about your needs and priorities.
Let’s start the conversation today and put our people and processes to work for you. The result will be a beautiful, functional, durable table design that will serve you for years to come.
Many elements go into creating a custom-designed table. At Table Topics, we will help you identify the ones most important for your project and we’ll help you navigate the process. If you like, you can get started with our online specification guide.
The first step is to decide on an inset. If you prefer a wooden inset, many wood species are available in veneer form. A wood veneer is a thin sheet of real wood which is then glued over a core of recycled 1¼ -inch-thick MDF (medium density fiberboard). Veneers are available in two different grain patterns, flat cut and quarter sawn, and can be custom stained.
A wood veneer can create the appearance of a solid wood table, but also has some important advantages over solid woods. With many species of wood becoming scarce due to overharvesting or naturally occurring limitations, a veneer allows us to create a particular look without using as much wood. Also, unlike solid woods which can only be assembled as long boards glued side to side, veneers can be laid in decorative patterns such as boxes, sunbursts, asymmetrical patterns or custom inlays.
Look through the wood veneer section of our website to find the species that will work best for your table’s center. With your center chosen, we can move on to the specifics of grains, patterns, frames and each of the other elements that our experienced staff will walk you through. The result will be a custom design that will meet your needs for years to come. Let’s start that design today!