Custom End Table: A New 22″ High Elroy End Table

2013 May 13
by David

Last month I shipped a custom version of my contemporary Elroy End Table design to a customer in New York City.  This one was 22″ high, 5″ shorter than the original version.  I like it at this height.  It works well with couches and living room chairs that are lower and have lower arm rests.  I built this end table in black walnut with a 3/8″ thick x 15″ diameter glass top with a polished edge.  I can also make this end table in other woods, like cherry, maple, ash, white oak, or other woods by request.

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Elroy End Table - contemporary end table in walnut, 22" high x 15" diameter

 

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Please click here to see this end table design in other woods.

To see other tables I have made, please visit the End Tables page of my website.

Do you have a custom furniture project in mind?  Please contact me here.

www.DavidHurwitzOriginals.com

 

 

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