Large wood top conference table.
A good conference or meeting table should be inspiring, project strength, trust, dependability, and be easy to gather around. The spacing for people seated should be somewhat more generous than what we are used to at a dining table. A width of 4 feet works very well for that reason. To support these large wood tops, we use the steel frame from our Peace Table, giving the effect of a near floating top.
DocuSource, a company near Portland, Oregon, has our new conference table.
Office Desk or Receptionist Counter
Here is an all wood option for your desk in a modern design. The desk easily comes apart, and is just as easy to assemble. So your work desk can even go in your back room with the small door.
Metal and Wood Tables by Portico Style
Thick wood tops resting on sleek steel bases. Fir tops are standard, but walnut wood is an option. With the thicker tops, we eliminate the standard table aprons which allows for more leg room under the table top.
Pictured: Parson's Table by Portico Style Steel Finish: Coastal Mist
Knock down steel and wood kitchen table
Here it is! A very robust knock down version of the Parsons Table. Knock down is jargon for 'comes apart'. The choice of solid hickory wood makes this an excellent choice for a kitchen work table. Hickory tops have this casual look of the wood grain that can be compatible with your kitchen design.
Conference or dining table made to fine furniture standards
The Peace table works very nice in a size of 7 feet long or more. This table thankfully breaks down, so we have made it in lengths up to 12 feet. Often it is used as a large dining table, or as a conference table. The wood top is available in thick walnut. Call us for a reclaimed fir top option
Peace table with 1.7 inch thick walnut top, and Steel Structure steel finish.
Peace table showing walnut and steel.
Classic Parson's Table
The all time favorite table. Simple lines, but so pure. For dining, office, or the kitchen. Our craftspeople strive for the highest standards in woodworking and steel fabrication. We think that office furniture should have the same standards in materials and finishes as custom furniture. So we use solid wood for table or desk tops, made out of walnut, maple, hickory or fir. The frames will likewise be from finely finished steel, or hardwoods.
Office tables for New Mexico
Indicalabs recently moved their office into a larger space. This medical imaging software company needed work tables in the office that was as inspiring as the demanding work they perform. On a tight deadline all 14 tables with solid maple and fir tops were produced. Located in the southwest, in Albuquerque, that also meant a road trip with a rented truck to deliver and install the furniture. Fortunately our tables break down, so 12 large desks, a large conference table, and a coffee table all easily fit into the Budget truck.
Inspiring office environment
Employers are seeking work environments that are conducive to creative work. At Portico we believe that we can do our part by producing work stations that enhance the worker's psychology by staying connected to nature. Good relations, natural materials, natural lighting, and handmade objects, that look and feel satisfying and enriching. All helping us to feel our best, and to do our best.
Office tables today.
A short gallery of wood and steel tables.
We love this modern combination of old wood with a warm color, with fine steel work.