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Boat Shaped Vector Conference Table

See all Conference Tables One of the reasons we love our location in central North Carolina is the great weather. Even now, in early Spring, we often get warm, sunny afternoons

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assembling a conference table

See all Office Furniture This Cessina executive desk in maple has just been glued up. Stoneline artisans Dave and Chuck measure every angle of the desk before the glue dries, to make sure the desk has been properly fitted together. The desk will be finished with a Wenge stain.  

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Custom Stone top Conference Tables and Oval Conference Tables with a Black Granite top for sale.

See all Conference Tables This 4-inch diameter hole in a granite conference table will be fitted with a wiring grommet that holds 2 power and 2 data outlets under a removable cover. Even the inside of a wiring hole, which is not seen by anyone once the wiring is in place, receives the same attention […]

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See all Conference Tables Assemble and Adjust the Table Before shipping a custom designed table, our artisans assemble the table and make any adjustments necessary to make sure all the parts fit together perfectly. For this oval conference table with brushed steel base and granite top, the process took artisans Rob, Bart, Mace and Brian […]

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Large Glass Conference Tables and Custom Glass boardroom Tables with Stainless Steel for sale

 See all Conference Tables Your large conference table top can be built in a single piece, or in multiple sections. The decision is based on several factors: Table size: Stoneline Designs builds conference tables up to 30 feet long. However, 10′ is the maximum size top (116″ for shaped glass) that we can fabricate and […]

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Large Glass Conference Table with Ash coves, Stainless Steel pedestals and a Patterned Scratched Glass top

See all Conference Tables Spring has arrived in North Carolina, and when weather permits, our artisans move some of their work outside. Here Mace uses a diamond drum to polish the wiring hole in a glass conference table top.

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See all Desks In this photo, Stoneline artisan Dave continues work on the desk he and Chuck glued up a few days before. Dave uses a chisel and sandpaper to remove imperfections like dried glue marks, and make the tiny adjustments necessary to be sure every inch of the desk meets our quality standard. He will […]

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See all Desks In wood furniture construction “gluing up” is the crucial step when all the parts come together and the finished piece takes shape. In these photos, watch as Stoneline artisans Dave and Chuck glue up a Cessina desk.   Metal angle brackets are used as splines in the corner joints, where strength is […]

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See all Conference Tables The Stoneline Designs team receives a shipment for upcoming granite conference table orders. In this photo Brian, Rob and Mace guide a granite slab off the truck while Bart drives the forklift. 

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See all Conference Tables In this photo, Stoneline Designs artisan Mace sands the beveled edge of a granite conference table. Running water reduces heat from friction, and keeps the sander from clogging with debris. The water appears cloudy due to debris rinsing away from the sanding surface.This granite will be used as part of a multiple […]

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