Boardroom Table FAQs
Can I order a bespoke boardroom table?
A range of boardroom tables can be ordered in a bespoke size to suit your meeting room perfectly. Remember you need to allow around an 80 cm space per person so the table size should be multiples of this if possible.
Standard table sizes:
- 180 cm (seats 6)
- 240 cm (seats 8)
- 320 cm (seats 10)
Larger sizes are available to seat 12 and 14 people.
How do you deliver a large four metre table to my boardroom?
Any table over approximately 300 cm long comes with a two-piece top. The tops are then fitted together on-site and fixed to the metal frame. Power sockets are usually placed in the centre of the split tops.
Do your tables come with cable management?
Most of our bespoke boardroom tables have the option of cable hatches, grommets, cable trays and cable spines for guiding cables around the underside of the table and from the top to floor.
- Cable hatches
- Grommet holes
- Power sockets
- USB charging sockets
- Cable trays
- Wireless charging points
Glass boardroom tables
These are all optional because most users have different cable management needs. Clear glass boardroom tables usually don’t offer this for the obvious reasons.
Boardroom furniture shapes & finishes
Choose from large round, rectangular and oval conference tables to suit your individual space, with sleek rounded corner options and a range of hard wearing, stylish boardroom furniture finishes including glass, black, white, oak and walnut wood veneer.
Do you sell matching credenzas or sideboards?
Yes! We have a range of tables that have matching low and high storage in the same veneers and finishes. Choose from cabinets with doors, drawers, cable access and hanging files. Most of the units are modular so ask us about bespoke boardroom tables and sideboards to fit your space perfectly.
What is the difference between veneer and solid wood?
The finish on wood veneer top is more uniform than a solid wood top and therefore has a higher quality look and feel. Unlike solid wood, a veneer top can be made in longer lengths and widths minimising the need for extra structure to stop the wood from distorting in shape.