Table Options

Tables are so much more than a flat surface upon 4 feet.

The options are limitless, especially when you get to design (and we get to build) your table from scratch. Your imagination is the limiting factor. If you want a special feature for your table that isn't pictured or listed below, just contact us and ask. Thanks.

Also, visit our Gallery page and our Pinterest Page for more inspiration. 

Dots, Arrows, Foul Line, Plain?

Arrows in a Bowling Alley
Arrows in a Bowling Alley

This table has a foul line, dots and arrows.

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Foul Line on a Bowling Alley
Foul Line on a Bowling Alley

Dots, arrows and a Foul line on a maple section of bowling alley. Semi-gloss polyurethane.

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Plain Table
Plain Table

Plain Bowling Alley Table

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Arrows in a Bowling Alley
Arrows in a Bowling Alley

This table has a foul line, dots and arrows.

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Table Size and Shape

Coffee Table Bowling Alley
Coffee Table Bowling Alley

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Square Bowling Alley Table
Square Bowling Alley Table

Pin Deck table top For a Kitchen, Restaurant or Den.

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Desk and Shelf Built-In
Desk and Shelf Built-In

A standard 42 inch wide bowling alley was cut to desk-width and the left over was used for a floating shelf above the desk.

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Coffee Table Bowling Alley
Coffee Table Bowling Alley

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Table Legs

Bar Table Legs
Bar Table Legs

Jumbo Chassis Legs

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Desk Legs
Desk Legs

Big Timberline Legs

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Wooden Legs 3
Wooden Legs 3

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Bar Table Legs
Bar Table Legs

Jumbo Chassis Legs

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Trim

Maple with Round-Over Bit
Maple with Round-Over Bit

This picture shows 3 unique options. The trim wood pictured here is hard maple, a light colored and strong wood. The top edge was eased using a round-over bit. And walnut plugs were used to highlight the holes used to fasten the board to the table. The species of wood, routed edge and plugs are all customizable.

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Sapele with Maple Plugs
Sapele with Maple Plugs

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No Trim
No Trim

The raw edge of the alley is exposed, showing how each piece is put together, and perhaps even some nails.

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Maple with Round-Over Bit
Maple with Round-Over Bit

This picture shows 3 unique options. The trim wood pictured here is hard maple, a light colored and strong wood. The top edge was eased using a round-over bit. And walnut plugs were used to highlight the holes used to fasten the board to the table. The species of wood, routed edge and plugs are all customizable.

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Table Accessories

Pop-Up Outlets
Pop-Up Outlets

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Desk Grommet
Desk Grommet

To allow cables to pass from the top to the bottom of the table.

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LED Lights
LED Lights

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Pop-Up Outlets
Pop-Up Outlets

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Finishes

Different types of stain on bowling alley section
Different types of stain on bowling alley section

Different types of stain on bowling alley section.

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Dark Stain on Bowling Alley Table Table
Dark Stain on Bowling Alley Table Table

This is a completed table with Jacobean stain and matte polyurethane. Note the dull finish even in the direct sun. The legs are from Symmetry Hardware.

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Matte Polyurethane
Matte Polyurethane

No Stain, protected with Matte Polyurethane. Not as shiny as the gloss.

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Different types of stain on bowling alley section
Different types of stain on bowling alley section

Different types of stain on bowling alley section.

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