The Re|Surface Table

Why can’t tables be more like light bulbs and underwear? You know … easy to change.
Introducing re|Surface – a table with modular reversible slats that release with a gentle upward push, then hold with a firm magnetic grip when returned back in any order to the steel frame – for a tabletop that changes on a dime, yet remains sturdy over time.
The re-arrangeable tabletop of every re|Surface table is composed of 16 magnetically modular slats. These slats are made from a eclectic variety of found & salvaged materials, such as reclaimed hardwoods, old vintage crates, vintage wood puzzles, and much more. Each slat is reversible, with 2 distinctly different sides made re-purposed woods, allowing thousands of possible tabletop combinations. For even further customization, a wide menu of additional re|Surface slats are available to mix & match for any interior.
At 48″ long x 20″ wide x 16″ tall, reSurface is about the size of a standard coffee table – which might be the only average thing about it.
For more info: http://magneticgrain.com/#/resurface
For more photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/magnetic-grain/sets/72157627274478866/
Etsy listing:
Our woodshop: http://magneticgrain.com

The Re|Surface Table  in wood furniture  with Wood Vintage Table patchwork modular
The Re|Surface Table  in wood furniture  with Wood Vintage Table patchwork modular
The Re|Surface Table  in wood furniture  with Wood Vintage Table patchwork modular

++ More information at Magnetic Grain website !
Idea sent by Trevor Elliott !

20 Comments

  1. Richard Green via Facebook - March 18, 2012

    Nice idea!!But should it not have a pallet base??

  2. Robin Einzig via Facebook - March 18, 2012

    Wonderful work….not just the table, but the wall hangings, etc. Wish I’d thought of it first!!! :)

  3. Macó Sződy via Facebook - March 18, 2012

    És még szép is…

  4. Julie - March 18, 2012

    Thought u might like this?

  5. Interieurdesigner - March 24, 2012

    Wow i absolutely love this! The hard look of the metal goes great with the old wood. Good job!

  6. Janna - May 6, 2012

    Is there a location where I can purchase the entire coffee table?

  7. Julie - May 10, 2012

    I would like to purchase the slats that you used for the table to use in my vanity in our bathroom, how can I buy them. They are just gorgeous!
    Thank you,
    Julie

  8. Panicos - June 1, 2012

    Είναι. Απίθανα όλα και περισσότερο τα τραπέζια. Μπράβο

  9. michele - June 2, 2012

    BEAUTIFUL. I doubt I’ve seen anything I love more.

  10. greg dean - June 26, 2012

    keep me informed of new items

  11. Barb - June 27, 2012

    How can I get a metal frame built? I’m looking for a “table” about counter height, but not very deep and maybe 3′ wide – I would love to be able to add my own wood center.

    • Tim "Fly" Herr - February 10, 2013

      I’m a custom metal fabricator, and can build pretty much anything metal. Send me a sketch, and info, and I can give you a quote.
      Thank you,
      Fly

  12. Melissa - July 26, 2012

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS TABLE. Gonna have to check into buying one :)

  13. Sonny - November 30, 2012

    I like the coffee table very much… how am going about ordering one, can i just order the metal frame?
    Please let me know
    Thanks
    Sonny

  14. Betsy - January 11, 2013

    I have the wood planks….but where could I get the metal frame??

  15. Rebecca Monska - February 27, 2013

    So there is no place to purchase or is there?

  16. Heather - June 19, 2013

    Love the last photo, the rustic look, matching legs would be better…BUT I love it

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