The Making Of An Epoxy Resin River Table From Beginning To End
Excellence in every custom product
Each custom epoxy and wood end, side, sofa, and hallway table is handcrafted with meticulous attention down to the smallest detail, using only the highest quality materials and components. Every slab is kiln dried to less than 8% moisture content, which prevents warping over time. For our resin, we use the most reputable American brands - including Ecopoxy and Totalboat's products. And, for our finishes, we use the most durable catalyzed lacquer from Mohawk Finishing Products. You know that your coffee table is created for beauty and built to last – generation after generation. Visit our materials page for more information.
To see more about pricing our products, visit our prices page.
You can submit your furniture design, or request a build based on one of our customer’s past designs – some of which can be found below, or you can explore our gallery.
Below are some - but not all - of the wood species available for custom projects. You can also send your own wood slabs for production, or ask our team for the available selection of exotic woods, which includes redwood, tiger maple, purple heart, and more.
Colors come in every variety. We have our standard catalogue, some of which is shown below. Any color can be mixed to create a custom color, or, we can create a custom color to meet your specifications. For custom colors, sample swatches will be created and sent to you for approval.
You don't have to use epoxy resin in your project. We're happy to build regular live edge or farmhouse tables as well.
Bases and legs are also customized and custom made to your tastes and desires. We currently have two "tiers" of base styles - standard and specialty. Within these groups, each base style is custom made to properly support the dimensions and aesthetic of your tabletop.
You can also have your legs/base custom made. Just send your concept, we will refine it and send 3D models for your approval. Then, it's built; forged and welded from scratch.
Prices vary based on a vast number of factors surrounding the complexity and requirements of your custom table. Factors involving your tabletop include: your species of wood, the amount of epoxy, the thickness of your chosen slab, the length of your table, what kind of embedded items you choose in your table, and if you want the piece to light up with custom LED light installation beneath the resin.
The legs or base you choose can also greatly impact pricing. "Standard" bases are cheaper than "specialty," and "specialty" bases will usually be cheaper than completely custom legs or bases. Choosing a custom option with ergonomic functions, or the ability to electronically control the height of the tabletop (making it into a standing table/desk) will increase the net price of your project.