ML101 Conference Tables

Conference Table Sales, Installation, Design, Moving & Relocation Services Houston, Texas

Conference Tables

These 6-foot contemporary style conference tables are ideal for smaller conference rooms with only a limited number of attendees. Composed of laminate wood composite, they can be purchased in mocha (like the table in the picture above), cherry, and maple. All surfaces are constructed with hollow core construction for concealed wiring and two grommets for connecting power cords and data cables to computers and projection equipment.

Additionally, the legs of these conference tables contain cable chimneys so you can conceal cabling within them. The modesty panels offer additional cable concealment if you really need to wire this table for technology. If you need to make a presentation during your meeting, conference tables can be fitted with power modules so you can easily operate computers and projection equipment without disrupting the flow of the meeting. We also customize and wire conference tables for video conferencing without diminishing the aesthetic of your conference room

While this particular line of conference tables is typically boat-shaped, we can also customize the length of the table to 8 feet, 10 feet, or 12 feet. For very small offices and meeting rooms, tables can also be customized with small, round 42″ table tops ideal for seating 2-4 persons.

Don’t just stop with the table, however. Cubiture has a full selection of meeting room accessories that compliment both the function and aesthetic of our conference room tables. We supply many Houston companies with items whiteboards, tackboard, and projection screens that make any room stand out to visitors, investors, clients, and employees alike.

Before deciding on a specific size, please consult with a Cubiture space planner and request a complimentary, no obligation office layout design drawing. Sizes of conference room tables are never arbitrary, but rather are based on a combination of several factors. Our designers take detailed measurements of your conference room, itemize the details of the meetings you will hold in the room, and factor in the average number of attendees for typical meetings to determine which size best fits your requirements.