For thirty years, Table Topics has been an industry innovator in both quality and design. Our creative process offers our clients customization options in every element of the design. One of those elements often overlooked by others is the table profile.
All our insets are available with a two-inch standard frame or half-inch budget frame. These frames can be painted or made from our selection of solid woods and routed to a variety of edge profiles. Precision craftsmanship allows for subtle differences among our dozen or more profile choices.
Available standard profiles include bullnose, eased and waterfall options. Additional deluxe profiles include bevel, reverse bevel, modern ogee, Euro, double beaded and more. The profile chart in the frame section of our specification guide offers a view of all the options. We also have profiles especially designed for bar tops: bullnose, spill-proof bullnose, eased and Chicago rail.
Can’t find pricing on our website? That’s because we don’t post any prices there. When we say our work provides custom designs, we mean just that. Those designs vary from client to client and project to project. All of our orders are custom made after conversations with clients, consultations about their needs and review of the specifications that will deliver the look, the quality and durability they expect.
We produce several sizes, shapes and styles. While all have one of our patented Acralyte finishes, there are many more elements to consider. The combination of materials, insets, frames and bases can be daunting, but it plays an important role in both design and pricing. We like to steer our clients to begin with the end in mind; to walk them through the entire process. That’s why we provide a specification guide suggesting the most efficient way to get to the right design.
The best way to get a quote is through our website catalog. Browse many options and request a quote for your specific needs. If you want a custom design, send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org with your design specifications and details about your project. We’ll review your message and get back to you with some questions, some answers, and the next steps in the process.
If you’d rather contact us by phone, our experienced sales representatives will be happy to talk with you and answer questions about our company, products and processes. After we are confident we have all the details we need, we’ll get you a quote in writing.
We want to make sure nothing is missed when providing a quote and getting your project underway. We know your design is important and is an investment in the overall success of your project. We want to work with you to make it the best it can be. Let’s start the conversation today.
Veneers are excellent products for bringing the beauty, character and personality of your chosen wood species to life. They also offer several benefits over solid wood. In most cases, a veneer is more affordable than solid wood, offers responsible access to scarce species and gives our craftsmen the ability to create patterns and designs not available in solid planks.
Whether you prefer a classic old world look, the stunning look of a rare wood or a more intricate pattern combining a variety of species and our outstanding marquetry, you’ll find plenty of variations to spark your own creativity.
When you’re ready to create your tables, our specification guide is a great tool to help move you through your design process. Or if you’d rather, contact us today and our team will work with you to design the product you need with the look you want.
At Table Topics, we love the details. We are excited to imagine them, trained to confirm them and equipped to deliver them. If you want to add a little something extra to your table, trim or unique design elements, we will bring it to life.
The technique of veneered marquetry was inspired by practices in 16th-century Florence and at Naples. In marquetry, inlaid patterns made from small pieces of variously colored wood or other materials is used for the decoration of furniture, forming decorative patterns, designs or pictures. In modern craftsmanship, marquetry commonly used time-consuming, knife-cut veneers. Today, many producers have switched to fret or scroll saw techniques and even laser cutting.
Table Topics offers a large selection of marquetry trim options – available in both real veneer and digital options – and can even offer custom colors in our digital designs. Look through our designs, such as this digital raffia and fabric look, or check out these images of marquetry trim options.
If you have a custom design in mind, get started by going over our specification guide or by contacting us directly. With your design specs and some general detail about your project, we can get the conversation started and the process underway. The result will be an amazing, durable product, second to none, that will set your project and your space apart.