- Rustic oak top veneer
- 29.5” round
- Top thickness: 1"
- Finished with Monocoat Oil
- Edge detail: Radiused with 14-degree under bevel and alternating wood grain pattern
- Ships next day
Inspired by the Wire Table designed by Charles and Ray Eames, these table tops are stylish and rugged. The high-tech, layered construction hearkens back to the 1940s and 50s, when engineered, laminated wood became a serious material for high-end furniture. The finished 1-inch tops have a surface veneer that’s three times thicker than most laminated tops. “TableLegs.com’s StratoLine table tops are dimensionally stable. Rugged and solid, the laminated wood stays flat and does not warp,” said Matthew Burak, designer of the table tops. The alternating grain pattern on the radiused edge, with a 14-degree under bevel, gives the tops distinctive graphic presence.
The natural warmth of the rustic white oak top contrasts nicely with the alternating bands of wood exposed at the edges. The smooth top surface layer showcases the natural variations in the wood—each rustic white oak top is a true one-of-a-kind. This top is also available in spalted maple or vintage black walnut.
Our exclusive StratoLine table tops are the perfect match for period or reproduction furniture inspired by the Eames, George Nelson and other Mid-Century Modern designers. Perfect for restaurants and other high-traffic environments.