Conference Tables

Your unique Conference Table

Colinton Furniture make boardroom and conference tables for some of Scotland’s best known businesses.  A bespoke meeting room table instantly adds grandeur and gravitas to a room, and of course can be made to work with the dimensions of the space so you can maximise the number of surrounding chairs.

Bringing your conference table to life

There are a lot of different types of bespoke boardroom table, such as:

Oval or circular

Square or rectangular

With seating capacity from 1 to 20 or more if required.

Unique or one-off

With media outlets

With matching media units

With matching storage/shelving

Here are some of the questions you may want to think about before your initial design consultation:

Have you seen any styles you like? (In magazines, or on Pinterest)
What layout and space are you working with?
Practicalities – how will the table be used?
Any specific finishes you have in mind?
Practicalities – how will the table be used?
Do you wish to hide or incorporate any multi-media cables?

While this may be your first commission, rest assured Colinton Furniture have been designing and building purpose-built conference and boardroom furniture for many years. Read more about how we’ll guide you through the process every step of the way.

Materials we use

The possibilities are endless. Here are some of the many materials we have the skills to work with:

Solid wood




Glass (any colour)


Creative materials

Live edge wood

Crates and more.


Ask us to show you samples and the vast array of colours. You may be surprised how many exciting options  there are.

Finishing Touches

Not only do you have the choice of what materials you use, but you can also decide what finishing touches you want to put on your bespoke conference table. The list below is just a guide to some of the finishes you can add to your bespoke conference table:

LED Lighting

French polishing

Full finish


Media outlets included:-

Other matching furnishings for the room

Legs  - Matching materials of any kind including wood, metal or creative (e.g. bike wheels.)

Creative elements such as graphics or Lego inside the desk with glass on top.