This client had decided upon a custom granite kitchen for their new home, and they wanted a granite dining table to compliment the overall design.

The granite contractors were willing and able to fabricate the table's top to the specified size, but a base was still needed.

Per the client's vision, wrought iron was to be used as the frame's material. Their builder contacted Ken, and he happily joined the project.

When designing the base, Ken chose to keep the area beneath the table free from the unnecessary clutter caused by extraneous scrollwork. By insisting that form follow function, this design provides the 6 seated diners with ample leg room.

The table is made from 1" solid square steel bar, and is more than capable of supporting the 600-pound granite top.

A similar table design could be adapted to a wooden or metal top, if granite is not your material of choice.

Feel free to email Ken Neiderer , or give him a call, to discuss your project.

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