The Franklin Series Dining Table

The Franklin Series Dining Table

The Franklin Dining Table features the patented Franklin leg design in 1.5" square steel tube. Incredibly sturdy, the legs are tucked in from the corners, allowing for seating around the ends and corners of the table where corner legs would normally impede. Shown here with stained live-edge Elm slab, the legs could be combined with virtually any suitable surface.

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The Franklin Series Side Table

The Franklin Series Side Table

The Side Table, along with the Dining Chair, was the first piece in the Franklin Series. Customizable in its dimensions and materials, the Side Table is available in Nesting and Standard versions. Lacquered mdf provides a tonal and textural contrast to the oiled solid wood base.

Shown here in Santos Mahogany, American Black Walnut, White Oak, and Grey Elm)

The Franklin Series Coffee Table

The Franklin Series Coffee Table

The Franklin Series Nesting Coffee Table takes its lines and concept from the Nesting Side Table. Customizable in dimensions and material, it is shown here with an oiled Grey Elm base glass and pearlescent lacquered mdf tops. The Nine Sided Table offers a variations on the Standard Franklin bifurcated leg design, with a visible through-splines on the mitered corners and a round American Black Walnut with Ebony band inlay top.

The Franklin Series Side Table

The Franklin Series Side Table

American Black Walnut.

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The Franklin Series Side Table

The Franklin Series Side Table

White Oak & Grey Elm.

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Circle Top Tables

Circle Top Tables

Commissioned by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, these table sets feature interlocking circles precision cut from Corian, "floating" on the contrasting rectilinear solid walnut base. Customizable in size and color. 

Design by Paul Coffey.

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The Franklin Series Desk

The Franklin Series Desk

The Writing Desk, shown here in Oiled Grey Elm and American Black Walnut, elegantly stretches the Franklin Legs and braces them with an interior cross bar. Discreetly installed drawer slides provide the functionality and convenience of ball bearing technology. Also pictures with white lacquered legs and a oiled Grey Elm Top.

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Second Life Desk

Second Life Desk

The Second Life Desk came from a commission after a client saw the Second Life Media Cabinet. The very definition of "custom", the design is dictated by the materials salvaged from antique and architectural salvage shops. Using color accents and sheen, oil paint-infused glaze and lacquer finish subtly pull the piece together.