An architecture and design firm contracted Baltimore Fallen Lumber to construct 3 tables for the recent opening of a hotel in Reading, Pennsylvania, including this edge grain oak tabletop with easel base and breadboard ends. The natural colors of the top integrate perfectly into the space. The joints for the breadboard ends are flawless and add such great detail to the entire piece. The owners asked for a Mockett brand electrical port, which is inlaid into the edges of the tabletop, all wiring hidden and transported down one of the easels hollow legs. The easel base is just that, modeled after an artist easel and strong enough to support the weight of the large top.
Baltimore Fallen Lumber worked with RD Jones in designing this piece.