metal legs

Pros and Cons of Metal Legs

Metal tables can be used as part of a wood furniture designed for a modern and stylish living space. We feel it is beneficial to provide you the details of what to expect from metal legs. By understanding the pros and cons, you will be able to decide whether a table with metal legs (or metal base) will work for you. Durability of metal legs Metals such as stainless steel or steel are more durable…

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Monkeypod table with metal base

Some more photos of our recent monkeypod dining table with a y design metal base. This table features North Shore born Hawaiian monkeypod wood for the top and extra durable steel construction base. This table is finished in a natural satin lacquer. Size shown in this photo is 40″ wide 80″ long and 30″ high. Custom size, base options and finishes are available. All of our furniture is made here locally in Honolulu, Hawaii. To see…

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Wood metal dining table with bench and buffet

Here is a dining room set, complete with a dining table, bench and a buffet. The white oak wood has been styled to look like reclaimed lumber. The uneven stain and distress make this a unique piece with character from day 1. The metal legs for the table and bench are made of stainless steel, powder coated in matte black. All of the part production including the metal legs and powder coating, took place on Oahu,…

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Birch table with white metal legs

Here is our recent retail display table made of birch wood matched with white metal hairpin legs. The table top was matte lacquer coated for a contemporary feel. This store is located in the South Shore Market in Ward Village (Cameron Hawaii). Hair pin legs are great as they are economical, usually available to purchase online, and most importantly looks nice against the wood.

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Staining an oak table

We have been busy staining our latest oak dining table top. Here are before and after photos. Made entirely of solid white oak, Satoshi has fabricated the surface to make it look distressed and rustic. Each plank has a few layers to create a naturally old set of reclaimed wood. They have been stained, tinted and glazed over and over. This dining table top will be matched with matte black metal legs.

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