We call it a chess booth but you can use it for a kitchenette or nook table. This chess table comes in two finishes and features brass leveling feet and table top height adjuster. We also partnered up on a chess set designed by Lanier Graham in 1966. Each table will come with this 50 year old concept in walnut and ash.
New Product this week is our Hourglass Ping pong table with a white oak top. Doubles as a conference table.
WALNUT FRAME WITH BRASS BOX CORNERS, ASH PLAYING SURFACE WITH CHOCOLATE LEATHER GUTTERS. ONLY 12′ AVAILABLE
MODERN TUBULAR UNIT CONSTRUCTION WITH A HAND PATINA FINISH, WALNUT RAILS WITH BRASS INLAYS AND VERY FINE COMBED WOOL YARN FELT ON SLATE PLAYING FIELD.
We worked with a designer on getting our Parsons Pool Table up to the third floor of this home in San Francisco a couple weeks ago. Thanks Jeff!
Coverage in the San Francisco Chronicle:
“For the grown-up playroom in this year’s San Francisco Decorator Showcase, Jeff Schlarb’s scheme is based on the Pantone color of the year: marsala. The interior designer carved out various zones for entertaining and for lounging, for example – working with the space’s odd layout and angles. The Decorator Showcase house is seen on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 in San Francisco, Calif.
The 2015 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, a 1917 Julia Morgan-designed home, may be picture-perfect now, but it took plenty of vision and long hours to get to that point.”
We have been extremely busy off the computer over the past year, with any news coming out of District likely being shared on Instagram or in person. Uncrate has helped spread the word in the meantime while we have moved to our new shop in Boyle Heights and consolidated most of our websites into a single place; districtmills.com
We are District Mills, no longer District Millworks. We are also very excited to announce our product Catalog, District MFG.
One of our products– the A-Frame Shuffleboard –has been picked up by Restoration Hardware
If you haven’t seen it already, we cut a video from last winter at the shop in the Arts District to a Waylon cover of “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright” . At the end of the video you’ll see the table and chair combination we built for the Pie Hole around the corner.
So check out the new products we’ve been working hard on, and we’ll follow up shortly with all the restaurant work we’ve been doing to remind you where to reserve your next table.
Give us a heads up and we’ll tour you around the new shop at 2860 E Pico Blvd. Parking is under the California State flag in front.