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    Table Idea

    Not mine. I saw a table similar to this while poking around the net and thought I'd see if I could doodle it up. It isn't identical to the one I saw but I kind of like it.

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    Did it have a glass top, or did you just make it see-through to show the structure?
    It's an interesting design, but not my cup 'o tea.
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    The original has a glass top so that's what I drew.
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    Interesting design, Dave. I kinda like it.
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    I do like it to look at, jut not in my house . I am grateful to my parents for was raising us an appreciation of a multitude of styles. I enjoy a wide variety of things but, I also have a "feel" I like at home.
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    I think this table would work well in a modern office or house. Maybe in a modern house as a sofa table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Richards View Post
    I think this table would work well in a modern office or house. Maybe in a modern house as a sofa table.
    I agree. Even if it was a little lower, I think it would look good in the right living room or office.
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    exspecailly if they werew to use stainless tubing to make the supporting structure.. no wood at all.
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    Here's another vote for stainless tubing.....and putting it in someone else's house or office.
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    You guys are tough to please.

    I'll keep pitching them and see if anyone salutes.
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