The Southern California-based furniture designer Sean Woolsey has catered his latest project, the amazingly handcrafted Woolsey Ping Pong Table. It’s not just a piece of furniture, it’s more like a wooden sculpture. The table features a minimal aesthetic that can operate as a modern conference table or dining table during the day. But when calls and meetings are over, the table can convert into a ping pong table that’s ideal for blowing off some steam.
The Woolsey Ping Pong Table comprises solid black walnut tabletop and sugar maple wood center-line, making it perfect for double matches as well. Unlike a traditional mesh net, which can be quickly mounted and unmounted using quick bolts. For safety, the table is finished with a food-safe oil and wax. And though the table is designed with a heavy consideration for aesthetic, it also meets the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) spec size.
The table comes with a set of four in-house made walnut and maple paddles, five 3-star Japanese ping pong balls, and a wall-mounted rack to display all accessories. The solid walnut legs which slip into the steel base are also adjustable via leg levelers. Each table is made to order, for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $8,200 USD.
Pictures: Sean Woolsey