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  • Reclaimed Restaurant & Bar Furniture

    The furniture in a restaurant or bar sets the mood. For example, adding the right tables can show off the upscale establishment you own. Or purchasing a distinctive bar top can give the place character and make your patrons feel more at home. Adding cafe furniture that no one else can match helps people remember…

  • Washington DC Conference Table

    Make Your Mark on Washington, D.C. With a Custom Boardroom Table Washington, D.C. inspires an image of power and prestige. As the seat of your business, your boardroom needs something special to capture that image. A custom conference or boardroom table built to match your Washington, D.C. business offers that opportunity. Founded in 2013, Greg Pilotti…

  • New York City Conference Tables

    A Custom Table Makes Your New York City Boardroom Memorable It’s easy to get lost in NYC. A business owner needs something that immediately captivates visitors while making employees feel at home. Custom furnishings offer you that mix of comfort and prestige. Your boardroom table should tell a story — your story — while precisely fitting…

  • Philadelphia Conference Tables

    Transform Your Philadelphia Boardroom With a Custom Conference Table A boardroom table is more than a flat surface. It’s the heart of a room, and that heart should be unique. You want to welcome partners into a space that makes a statement about who you are and what you do. Greg Pilotti Furniture Makers knows…

  • Salon Reception Desk

    When a client walks into your salon, you want them to sense the elegance, quality and serenity of your location. You set the tone with the furniture you display. The first thing most clients encounter is your reception desk. To make the right first impression, wow your clients with a desk that looks amazing while…

  • Contract Office Furniture

    Today’s office has changed — people desire more out of an office than they did in the past. They want the furniture to look good but also to serve certain functions, such as getting them the information and data they need. Offices now reflect the company culture, too. Clients look at the furniture to get…