Occasional Tables

Loophole Tables

A round Loophole coffee table with a glass top and a wood base in a medium finish.

A sculptural form that’s a technical achievement in wood

The wooden base of these glass-topped occasional tables looks like a pair of intersecting loops, but it’s actually a showcase for Geiger’s wood craft. A study in precisely fitted mitered corners and well considered joints, the Loophole Tables base has a subtle taper that gives the table two different looks when flipped. Available in round, square, and rectangular top shapes, glass tops are one half-inch thick.

Designed by
Jay Chapman

Built in
Hildebran, NC