Where did you get this table from? I love it for my craft room.
cskurtz
July 3, 2012 in Photo Questions
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cskurtz, the craft room table was custom made by a local cabinet maker.
1 Like   July 6, 2012 at 8:07AM
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cskurtz
It is beautiful. I've saved it for my contractor to duplicate. Are there shelves on the other side? Is it a stainless steel top? Where did he get the top counter?
0 Likes   July 6, 2012 at 9:02AM
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Thanks so much! There are shelves on the other side (see attached photos). I think the counter top for the island just came from a sheet metal fabricator here in town. Most sheet metal companies should be able to make a counter top to your specifications. The wording on our spec sheet is, 'stainless steel with flat stainless edge over wood core'. See 'under construction' photo below to see what it looked like before the counter was put on it. I hope this helps; let me know if you have any more questions.
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cskurtz
Love it even more! super piece of furniture.
1 Like   July 7, 2012 at 10:10AM
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Thanks! Good luck getting your own made; I hope it turns out beautifully!
0 Likes   July 9, 2012 at 6:52AM
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juliaexton
Thanks for the comments above, I have been searching for an island just like this on castors, so I will look to go the same route.
1 Like   December 2, 2012 at 10:51AM
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michaelkim
juliaexton- I think you may be happy with going to Costco or Home Depot. They have HUSKY work bench style cabinets with bamboo surfaces and they are on casters. Perhaps you could use one to fit your needs.
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midancer
Love how you matched the counter surface color and the table, what did you use to accomplish this and still keep the white edge on the countertops?
0 Likes   November 11, 2014 at 4:42AM
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Honestly I don't have a clear memory of how that detail came to be. My memory is that we wanted a playful, bright color like that so we found a counter top with a color we that also went with the floor (the top is Nevamar extreme green bamboo) and painted the island the same color. Here's what I can't remember - I think we had the cabinet maker add a white piece on the front of the counter top to tie it in with the desk, but maybe the white edge was just an option it came with...
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midancer
I wonder if painter glass would work because I love the sheen to it.
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