I believe Herman Miller offered a "Low Conference Table" in the Eames Segmented Aluminum Group.
Fascinating. Design addict of yesteryear.
"I'll take one of each"?
Yes, I'd call that approach "progressive".
What I find interesting is that we see four different wicker/tubular steel frame chairs all of the same apparent vint
They go by different names like magic, hidden, and concealed wire shelf supports and can be found in different sizes
Zephyr and cdsilva's posts are most interesting and insightful to me and I think it's a real possibility that both of
Drexel was pretty good about marking their tables and case goods with clear stencils.
Good for you, spanky. Hearing protection is something we often forget about and you're right to take precautions.
cd, most of those little oil-less compressors are fine but, if you haven't used one before, they are LOUD.
Nothing natural to the grain of the wood is responsible for the uneven coloration and I can't understand a profession