May  2017


New video page gives glimpse inside the factory

Ever wonder what it takes to create some of the beautiful pieces you see in this newsletter each month. We've added a video section to our website that includes photo compilations of projects from start to finish. 


Not your average conference tables

Tables take many different shapes in the WallGoldfinger factory ... even triangles.  Get the details behind these unique conference tables.


Arbor tables

A New York company chose Arbors in veneer AND laminate. Here's the veneer version. 

Mahogany has become a generic term for a variety of imported, reddish-brown wood veneers as genuine mahogany becomes commercially extinct. Crotch mahogany is known for its flame, plume or rooster tail pattern that juxtapositions dark and lighter wood to create striking patterns that serve as amazing accents on furniture. Here we show a crotch mahogany, or African khaya, moving through our factory for a desktop (shown), credenza doors and shelving backs for an executive office. We'll share more of this complex project in a future newsletter as it is completed.
What do you think? Could crotch mahogany be right for your next project?

To enjoy this mug, print the image above and place it by your computer. The mug works best when placed on a surface crafted by WallGoldfinger. Warning: Does not hold liquids.
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


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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