Bespoke Resin Tables now available on Wooduchoose


Bespoke Resin Tables now available on Wooduchoose

Wooduchoose is proud to launch a new bespoke service to allow customers to design their own bespoke and unique resin table. All resin tables are made in the UK to the exact specification of each customer.

Resin tables made to order

River tables - Made to Order

Resin tables are available in a wide range of woods and also a choice of ten amazing epoxy resin colours. Each table will be unique and a talking point in any location, home or workplace.

The resin table quotation system is very simple to use, simply choose your preferences from the dropdown and selection choices from the 'Build your table' menu. You will see information and guides at each selection. Once completed you will see an artist impression of your table. An instant guide price will be displayed, and you can any notes before submitting.

Once you submit - this will be forwarded to a specialist manufacturer partner who will review and provide a fixed price quotation based on your design. You then click to buy online, and they will work their magic and create this amazing piece of furniture, just for you.

Each table has a number of finish options such as straight or waney edges along with a selection of legs. All tables are made in the UK with national delivery available.

This truly unique service from Wooduchoose is set to revolutionise the resin table market.

Buy Resin Tables now.


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Posted on Friday 07 May 2021 at 11:21

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Jeremy Yelland Author: Jeremy Yelland

As Co-founder, Jeremy has been instrumental in the development of Wooduchoose, working on many evolutions of the application and at the same time always learning about timber and woodworking.

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