Wrong Side of The Tracks Conference Table Version 2.0

$17,995.00

Hand-crafted furniture custom made for conference room, boardroom and office from American artisans in Nashville, Tennessee

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This item is BUILT TO ORDER. Build times are subject to vary, but generally require 6-8 weeks lead time. Contact us for information at 615-576-0797 or info@railyardstudios.com
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Description

Our classic trestle style conference table has a fresh look for the boardroom! This gorgeous table debuted as part of our original collection. Since then, we’ve updated its styling and added some high-tech.

What Sort of High-Tech?

We kept the Modern Industrial elements – dark patina steel with heavy timbers - and incorporated hi-tech AV

  • HDMI
  • Ethernet
  • USB ports
  • 110v outlets

You get the finest in historic preservation combined with a bit of the future.

How is it made?

The base evokes the image of a timbered railroad trestle and incorporates authentic bridge bolts into the structure. Combined with the cantilever legs the result offers a sense of movement and motion even while standing still.

The upside-down rails in the top give rise to the title of this piece. By inverting the vintage steel, those seated around the table have the impression of looking up at the railroad trestle from below.

The heavily distressed wood slabs just beneath the glass echo the image of crossties spaced out along the tracks. As with all of our pieces, the wood is authentic crosstie stock, and entirely creosote-free.

Can you make it larger?

Standard sizing as shown is 10 feet long and 42” wide, but the design is versatile enough to expand to any size. To date, we have made tables 20-feet in length, and that one is installed on the 40th floor.  Yes, they install easily in any space with standard doorways and with standard passenger elevators.  

Size: 120"x42"x30" (LxWxH) 

Color: Whiskey

Materials: Steel, wood and glass

Made in the USA

 

Warranty Information

Rail Yard Studios uses reclaimed materials salvaged from historic railroad lines. The individual wear and characteristic features inherent in the service-worn materials provide each piece with its own personality. Measurements, finishes and degree of distress are naturally occurring and are subject to variability. Refer to descriptions and/or photographs for information on the most unique features of each piece.

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