PK Steel Designs manufactures custom steel furniture for the modern lifestyle. We incorporate, stone quarried from Israel, kiln formed glass and other materials with our steel bases to create unique pieces for any space. PK Steel Designs, based in Kansas City, provides custom design services so that you can alter finish, color, top material and dimensions for any piece. You can also design a piece yourself. Your ideas can easily be transformed into furniture perfect for any living space.
Accel Group specializes in custom store fixtures and POP displays in medium to high volume runs. Its plastic laminate, wood and metal solutions are designed to dynamically showcase merchandise and meet exacting demands for dependable engineering, quality craftsmanship, timely delivery and...
WW Pedestals is a custom manufacturing company. We can help design, build or create your ideal piece no matter how big or small. We believe in being as environmentally friendly as we can, and always provide the highest quality item with unprecedented lead time on orders. All products are built...
Inspired by innovative architectural demands, Nathan Allan develops and manufactures unique and exclusive cast glass products. Our goal is to continually modify the composition of architectural glass and develop new casting methods for our creative and discerning clients.
23” H x 20” W x 24” L Weight: 45 lbs (Steel: 37 lbs, Glass: 8 lbs) Material: Glass top. Steel frame. Finish: White powder coat. This unique end table has a very open feel. The lack of support on opposing corners adds to the functionality and design of this piece. Order two as night stands or... Read more
27.5" H 26" D x 26" L Powder-coated orange, this dramatic design rouses immediate attention at first glance. Based on our Z table, each leg comes down at 45 degrees yet sits flat on the ground as sturdily as can be. The legs may take you back to the first time you saw a model on the runway,... Read more
24" H x 20" W x 32" L Functionally, this piece is stable. Aesthetically, the design of this table is simultaneously balanced and unbalanced. As the small (16”) circle “advances” up the main support, it appears to evolve into the large (20”) circle at the top. The Cyber-Circular Progression Table... Read more