Introducing HurCraft Craft Tables

Made in Utah! These quality craft tables by Hurcraft are manufactured by a family owned company called Hurco Manufacturing & Design . The company owner's WIFE (in photo) wanted this professional cabinet maker to create her perfect craft table at an affordable price for her friends and family members. You're among the first to read about this great table! 

Similar in style to other high quality craft tables you've seen around the furnishing market, this table is less then half the price of those tables and the quality is exceptional.
There are couple things I love about the hurCraft quality craft tables are the following...

#1 Removable accessories - you can remove these, place similar brackets on a wall and interchange the accessories around as needed based on which project you're working on. You can have endless configurations of accessories and add as many as you want to your table too. There are tool boxes, shelves, paper towel racks, ribbon racks and my favorite the cup holder!

#2 Trash Cutout - All these shelves can be adjusted and in one in the floor model of this table they put a fun colored, soft bin (like those shown) in place of the big trash can...but check out the cut out in the top of the table. Super easy to brush off all your trash and scraps off into the trash bin. 

#3 On Wheels - My table has castors on it so I can push the table from one side of the room to the other to make the needed space when I'm working, love that!

NOTE: As of July 2012, Hurcraft is no longer in business. I'm sad to see a local business close it's doors. But I decided to leave the post up since the table is a great idea and someone might have a crafty person in their life that can build them a table as awesome as mine!!

13 comments:

  1. Thanks LORI - I need one of these.
    Jenny Kozar

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  2. OMG I love that table...pity we don't have them in South Africa!

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  3. So excited to become a new follower of your blog and how excite I was to see a scrap table & room with lots of possibilities. This makes me want to go and get stuff done in my room. Thanks!

    Kristal B

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  4. I saw these at the scrapbook expo and have wanted one ever since! thanks for reminding me about them so I can put this on my wish list!

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  5. Love the look of this work station.
    Kim xXx

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  6. This table is amazing!! Just what my craft room needs!! Maybe after the holidays I can talk my husband into investing in one for me!!
    Barb :)

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  7. Does anyone have a phone # that works for Hurcraft? Or can anyone simply tell me how to buy one of these?

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  8. is there a website for this table, i LOVE IT but the website wont load. thanks!

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  9. does anyone have a correct website, the one that is linked doesnt seem to be working but i LOVE this and i WANT it NOW!!

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    1. Crazygreengal Hurcraft is no longer in business as indicated at the end of the post. I left the post up in case you have a handy person in your life that can reference this post to recreate the table.

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  10. I gave up trying to locate this table and decided to use my work resources to have one made. I work in the point of purchasing display business. It is for the wife of one of my customers. Once it is completed, we are thinking about marketing our version for purchase. Obviously making one off orders is not cost effective. I'd love to get some feedback from anyone out there that would be interested in buying one and an idea of what your price points would be. This would help us understand how many units we would need to consider producing to hit a price point that people could work with.

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    1. Stephen I indicated in the blog post that the Hurcraft company (parent company Hurco) was no longer in business. They too were a retailer display business and specialty cabinet maker. I'm not sure what others would be willing to pay, but the table was based on a design from Pottery Barn but sold for about a third the price. It sold very well locally but was very, very expensive to ship. Good luck! If you do start a business, let me know and I'll post about it. I get tons of traffic to this post still to this date.

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