E.E. Boyton Hall Table
Frank Lloyd Wright 's self-described organic architecture bled profusely into the furnishings he created, which were essential elements of his residential masterpieces. In 1907, he designed and built the E.E. Boyton House in Rochester, NY, which he traveled to frequently despite it being more than 600 miles from his Illinois studio. This E.E. Boyton Hall Table is constructed to Wright 's original design, as confirmed by on-site measurements. With two shelving units beneath its top, there 's plenty of room to store books, magazines, and other odds and ends.