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Stria tables embody craft and beauty with exquisite veneer lay ups and metal inlays.

Designed by Barbara Zieve, Stria conference tables highlight the artistry of veneer patterns and inlays.   Each table's design and construction conveys a deep committment to quality and execution.


Barbara Zieve

Barbara Zieve

Barbara brings a broad range of experience & expertise to a variety of project types.  Her distinguished portfolio includes major law firm installations, large scale headquarters projects for financial services firms, and major branded headquarters.

In 2004 she established Zieve Design Studio in New York City. With the introduction of the Stria Casegoods Collection for HALCON, followed by the Stria Conference Collections, and Woven Carpet Collections for Bloomsburg Carpets, Barbara continues to work on new products for the furniture industry.

She is a GSA Peer for the Design Excellence Program, past Executive Editorial Advisory Board Member for Contract Magazine, and Past President of IIDA New York.



We begin by hand-selecting premium grade wood veneers from sustainable, managed forests. Veneer lay-up is then performed in-house by skilled artisans, where it is sequence-matched and balanced one office at a time for the best, most beautiful veneer match possible. We'll also match any finish for your project on these domestic veneers for no additional charge, just ask.

Our finishes are applied to precisely sanded wood product, with stains and pigments formulated for clarity and depth that enhance the natural beauty of wood. Our Certified Green polyurethane top coat is clear and durable, resulting in a quality finish that will hold its beauty and value for the life of your fine furniture. The following veneers are available at at premium price:

Chemcolor delivers rich, beautiful color in solid hues or metallic tones. Chemcolor is environmentally conscious and MAS Certified Green, just like our wood finishes. We'll also match your favorite color on any order, just ask

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