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Frosted Glass Conference Table
- Frosted glass, or opaque glass, is produced by the sandblasting or acid etching of clear sheet glass. It has the effect of rendering the glass translucent by scattering of light during transmission, thus blurring images while still transmitting light.
- Glass used for light bulbs that has been roughened or treated with a spray on coating (See IF), for the purpose of diffusing light. (See Diffusion).
- Glass with a white translucent surface resulting from sandblasting or etching.
frosted glass conference table - Quick Ship
Quick Ship Wood Conference Tables From 6' to 30' in 2 Finishes!
Beautifully hand crafted genuine wood veneer conference tables ready to ship from stock in two finishes and eleven sizes! See additional sizes below (72" x 36" table sold here). Features elegant lines with excellent durability. 2" thick slab top provides one of the most solid tables you can find. Double modesty panels offer a rigid understructure plus conceal the steel cable channel. Centered technology channel can accommodate power modules, voice/data panels and cabling under removable, flush steel cover. Channel cavity measures 2-1/2" wide by 6" deep. Constructed of AA-grade select North American hardwood veneers throughout. Available in Sierra Cherry finish on cherry veneer or Mahogany finish on walnut veneer. * Built-in cable management trough features a flush, removable steel cover. * Table top is 2" thick with black beveled edge. * Work surfaces are protected with two-coats of high-tech catalyzed lacquer finish. * Shipped unassembled for safety. 6' Boat-Shaped Conference Table is sold above. Measures 72"W x 36"D x 29-1/2"H overall. Seats up to 6. Shpg. wt. 226 lbs. PRICE INCLUDES FREIGHT! (Truck shipment - see Terms & Conditions). Please allow 1 week for delivery.
Governor's Reception Room. Arkansas State Capitol. Little Rock. Arkansas.USA.December 2007
From :www.sosweb.state.ar.us: "The Governor's Reception Room has recently been restored to its original 1915 appearance. This room is located on the second floor north end of the capitol. The restoration process addressed the following areas: Paint Finishes: 1915 ceiling and wall stenciling patterns were replicated. Samples of the original paint layers were removed and sent to a conservation laboratory for analysis to determine the original colors and paint finishes. The original stenciling was done on muslin applied to the plaster walls and this process has been duplicated. Architectural Elements: The limestone and marble mantels were cleaned and sealed. The original pattern of stained glass panels found in the interior doors could not be replicated but the doors feature stained glass panels of the period. The original frosted glass panels in the front entrance doors to the Reception Room have been restored. The original chandeliers, sconces and candelabras are in place; the vestibule chandelier is a replicated fixture; and the sconces outside the entry doors are of the period. Interior Furnishings: The original parquet floor was too damaged to salvage; but the entire floor has been replicated using original installation specifications. Original furniture pieces were found throughout the Capitol building. Draperies and carpet are similar to what would have been used at the time. The furniture in the room is original and restored or replicated to match what was documented in 1915 photographs of the room. The table in the center of the room is made from a walnut tree that Governor George Donaghey's father planted when the governor was a little boy. When Governor Donaghey left office, he had the tree cut and made into the conference table, which he donated to the state. Governor Donaghey was the first governor to serve in the newly completed capitol. "
Eric Eng. Mgr.
Eric is an Engineering Manager and is being featured in a company magazine next month. His office was a bit small and not very conducive for a good portrait so I used a conference room where Eric conducts a lot of his work. Canon 1Ds MkIII with a EF24-70mm f/2.8L USM lens, on camera left I used a 24x32 softbox with a 580EX II speedlite, another 580EX II on a small light-stand on top of the table to camera right with a 6" round 30? grid attached with a small bungee cord, third 580EX II outside of the conference room with colored gel lighting the frosted panes of glass. All strobes trigered with Pocket Wizard Plus II's.
frosted glass conference table
This contemporary hardwood boat shaped boardroom table will have you on the fast track to success. With sturdy construction and a t-molded tabletop edge, this comfortable yet powerful design is an inviting addition to any workplace environment, sure to blend with your decor. Features: Boardroom table features pre-marked tops allow for easy assembly Boardroom table is made from thermally fused, high performance laminate for easy maintenance Solid wood crating provides protection during shipment Mahogany or Constellation Java finish Slab base Seating shown is Arturo Specifications: Overall dimensions: 29" H x 120" W x 48" D 10' length table