E. Esposito Interiors specializes in custom furniture design. Dining tables, beds, nightstands, bookcases, media cabinets and more. Every piece is specifically designed for each clients taste, need and desire.
Pictured below, this custom designed dining table won the Best Custom Furnishings/Product Design Award from ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) CA/NV Chapter and LVDC (Las Vegas Design Center) at the Las Vegas Summer Market in 2018. The custom grey stained oak table and stainless-steel dining table was inspired from rustic farmhouse dining tables and sleek contemporary metal and wood tables. At completion this table needed to be refined, sleek, elegant and fit in with the surrounding space. The clients home is an infusion of a Napa Farmhouse and mountain style with touches of their home state of Florida. They desired a dining table for their formal dining room that would comfortably seat their guests and would be an artistic statement. Overall length of the table is 10’ and is 42” wide. It comfortably seats 8 people with space to fit in a few more chairs if needed. To construct the table top around the large and heavy single piece of stainless-steel that divides the top down the center, the wood top needed to be two separate pieces. The two solid oak wood pieces are connected through the stainless-steel with dowels. By adding the large steel down the center, it incorporated support styling from a trestle table with a modern interpretation. For the table top edges, both sides were beveled to add a more elegant, tailored and softened design style. On the sides of the legs stainless-steel plates were added to give the sides a finished look. Down the center of the legs on the face and inside thin stainless-steel strips were inlaid into the thick oak to continue the metal line down from the top to the floor making it look like a continuous seamless line of metal.
Below is a custom walnut dining table designed by Emily Esposito. The center portion removes to reveal a black metal tray that can be filled with rocks, plants or candles. The edges are beveled and accenting the legs is a thin strip of black inlaid metal to tie into the light fixture above. In the master bedroom, Emily co-designed the bed, nightstands and wall feature with architect Keith Kelly of Kelly and Stone Architects. The headboard has an upholstered cushion inset that is flanked by two integrated pop-out LED reading lights. The walnut wall feature behind the headboard is accented with LED lighting. Two floating nightstands are beside the bed for needed storage. Outside the master bedroom, in the media room and in the home office are wall mounted floating bookcases made of oak. In the media room is a long custom designed floating media cabinet to hide away media equipment, toys, games and blankets.