Affina Occasional Tables
The Affina Collection brings to life the finer points of line and movement, function and sophistication. Designed by Dan Cramer and Paul James, Affina reflects an aesthetic that speaks to all environments by articulating a timeless vision.
Affina occasional tables effuse elegance through simplicity in design. Versatile in form, Affina tables are a perfect complement within any environment.
Among the industry’s most comprehensive healthcare lounge collections, the Affina Collection also includes lounge seating, multiple seating, guest seating, recliners, patient seating, and sleepover seating.Affina was developed with emphasis on the patient, patient family and caregiver’s comfort while maintaining a visual elegance. Frame of kiln-dried hardwood and furniture-grade plywood using mortise and tenon joinery.
Multiple glide options (nylon, poly, rubber, felt) accommodate every floor type. Choose from veneer or laminate in four different sizes: 16″ large rectangular coffee table, 22″ square lamp table, and 16″ and 22″ small rectangular end tables
W42″ D24″ H16″
W24″ D24″ H22″
W24″ D20″ H22″
W24″ D20″ H16″
All square and rectangular shaped bases have legs and aprons constructed of solid hardwood, kiln-dried to a moisture content of 6-8%.
All bases are constructed using double doweled and glued joints with glued and screw mounted corner blocks.
Table tops are either solid wood or plastic laminate top surface, glued over solid wood. The edge band is solid wood with a finish machined radius edge profile cut after the laminate is applied.
Exposed wood components are sanded with 220 grit paper for a smooth pre-finish surface. A spray stain is applied overall. The table is run thru a burn-off oven and the stain baked for one hour at a temperature of 140 – 150 deg. F. The wood is then sealed to prevent moisture imbalance, and all
exposed surfaces are then lightly hand sanded using 400 grit paper for fine surface detailing. The final application of an oven-baked conversion varnish topcoat seals and finishes the final product.