Hi. I have to buy 7 - 2'x2' tables, 2 - 30"x42", and 3 - 24"x48" tables for
a deli renovation. The tables I was looking at buying are in a restaurant
equipment supply catalog, and if you know anything about those, they're just
OK. Basically they are wood grained formica over particle board with "T
molding" i.e. plastic molding around the edges. They come with a heavy
black metal base that you screw into the top, and only cost $30 to $50 each.
They're cheap, sturdy and look OK, but nothing to write home about.
I'm wondering if anybody makes or knows of a good place I can get nicer
table tops. I could even buy the metal base alone from the supply store and
mount the nicer wood tops to it. I can't really use tables with 4 wooden
legs as some of these tables are for booths and others are in tight spaces.
Also, the metal bases come with levelers on the feet, which will be needed
for the slate floor.
The room is going to be a sunflower yellow with multicolor slate floors and
earth-tone suede/vinyl booths. I'm not sure what kind of wood I would like
here, either light or dark, but this seemed like a good place to ask around.