Compass's Lap Tables

Tables by Clay Street Woodworks seen at Compass Montessori School, Wheat Ridge - Compass's Lap Tables
Tables by Clay Street Woodworks seen at Compass Montessori School, Wheat Ridge - Compass's Lap TablesTables by Clay Street Woodworks seen at Compass Montessori School, Wheat Ridge - Compass's Lap TablesTables by Clay Street Woodworks seen at Compass Montessori School, Wheat Ridge - Compass's Lap Tables
These small, stackable tables were originally designed for students in Montessori schools. They are light and easy to move, but they can also withstand years of use. The originals were constructed of alder and maple plywood, but they are also available in other hardwoods and could easily be repurposed as versatile home furniture. Beautiful, functional, perfect for any Montessori environment.

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Meet the Creator

"Clay Street Woodworks is a small, local furniture shop based out of Morrison, CO. We specialize in unique home furniture, custom-designed for clients and interior designers looking for a one-of-a-kind piece.

We're not on Clay Street anymore, having outgrown the small two-car garage we started in, but we still believe in making furniture the way we started out, one piece at a time, with tremendous quality and care. We specialize in pieces with an elegant yet simple design, high-quality materials, beautiful joinery, and exquisite attention to detail. We are passionate about creating unique pieces that are both beautiful and functional.

Choose from one of our existing designs or let us guide you through the process of creating an individualized piece just for you. All of our work is meticulously handcrafted to provide you with a unique piece of furniture that will last a lifetime.

Nat Oliver is the owner of Clay Street Woodworks. He got his start in furniture making at the Red Rocks Community College's School of Fine Woodworking and has been designing and building furniture for over 10 years. What started out as a hobby in his two-car garage on Clay Street in Denver slowly grew into a passion, and from there became a full-fledged lifetime obsession. When he's not in the wood shop you can find him rock climbing, playing with his two small children, creating gourmet sandwiches, or enjoying a local craft beer."

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