January 2017


A very busy factory
2017 is barely underway and it is already looking like a great year. Our factory is swamped with work, and not just any work - some amazingly diverse projects. CEO John Wall offers you a glimpse inside of the factory and what it means for WallGoldfinger as it enters its 46th year. The best is yet to come


Bursting with appeal

We showed you this table last month in progress in our Trends section and named it among our top projects. This veneer wonder is now complete. See the results


Exceptional veneer, finish and design make these pieces standouts
This beautiful collection of furniture designed by Darwin Branded Environments left the factory on Jan. 9. You may recognize the table from our last newsletter where we named our best projects and talked about its beautiful veneer. Now see the finished product


Coming in 2017
We're excited to soon announce two new product lines, the Engage (shown above) and Fuse. Both are conference table lines with matching credenzas that capture what designers and clients have been telling us they want ... a thin top, narrow base with lots of leg room, hidden technology and sleek design. We can't wait to show you more in the coming months. Until then, in case you missed our humorous look at the making of this table, here it is again.


Focus on veneer
New Veneer Supervisor Elgin Slayton, pictured at left below, introduces us to a veneer you may not have considered in awhile and shows us how it might be used on your next project, including optimal patterns.This is a veneer sure to impress.  Show me the veneer

Veneer supervisor named
Congratulations to Elgin Slayton, left, a 20-year employee of WallGoldfinger, on being named veneer supervisor. Elgin previously worked in veneer for 15 years before transitioning to the finish department for the last five years. Here he consults with estimator Randall Edwards, right, who also worked in veneer for many years. WallGoldfinger often promotes from within. With his many years of experience, high skill set and work ethic, Elgin was a natural choice for the job.
Arbor multipurpose room tables are renowned for their removable legs and compact storage. Available in a variety of materials, edges, sizes and leg styles, Arbors easily reconfigure, provide superior leg room and store in compact, upright carts.  When quality and compact storage are priorities, the Arbor is your choice. (Also available in folding and tilting T-base models.) More about Arbors
Patent-pending Summit tilt-top conference tables are set on casters to easily reconfigure within a room or from room-to-room. ETL DaisyLink technology is provided to quickly connect tables with fewer floor cores required. Available in square and trapezoid base designs, Summits stand apart for their high-quality look and materials, including the availability of lightweight stone tabletops. More about Summits

Summit bridge
Summits have been used in every room from the café to the boardroom. One unique use is the Summit bridge design, which places Summits between two fixed tables. One fixed tabletop slides a couple of inches to access the Summits. Move the Summits to engage an operable wall and create two meeting spaces or leave the Summits in place for one long meeting table fit for the boardroom. The Summit bridge


Go (way) inside the Vermont Danby marble quarry
Our John Wall "just happened" to catch an episode of "This Old House" recently and was excited to see a segment visiting the Danby marble quarry near us here in Vermont - a stone we regularly use in our furniture. "This Old House" nicely segments its footage so you can watch just the visit to the mine. We've added some arrows to help guide you. Our screen shot above is about halfway through the footage and takes place a mile inside the mine as large blocks are being cut. Click the image to go the show. If our link has expired (because it looks like it might), Google "This Old House Vermont Danby." It is definitely worth a look.

A look outside the factory

Vermont affords its residents many opportunities to grow and give. A couple of our employees raise backyard chickens to provide fresh eggs for their families. Their varied flocks produce eggs in many sizes and colors (not unlike our tables). If Pantone needs help identifying next season's colors, we offer this inspiring palette of browns, whites and pale blues straight from the nesting box, courtesy of our Communication Director Robin Palmer's affectionately named Little Lady Layers.

WallGoldfinger produces the world's finest corporate office furniture. From custom boardroom and conference tables, lecterns and credenzas to meticulously-crafted product lines, WallGoldfinger's furniture is designed with state-of-the-art, integrated technology solutions, responsibly sourced and made in America for discriminating designers, furniture dealers and corporate clients.
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