Sean Woolsey Launches the Woolsey Shuffleboard Table
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The mere mention of shuffleboard always conjures up images of elderly people playing on a cruise ship for me, but the game expands far past that limited view. California craftsman Sean Woolsey is no stranger to game design, as you may remember his ping pong table we featured last year, so it’s no surprise he’s back at it with the Woolsey Shuffleboard Table.

While your table won’t come with ponies, you’ll have just as much fun playing the puck sliding game without them. The steel-framed table has a rift sawn white oak top finished with two coats of UV resistant epoxy resin for added durability. The playing lines and numbers are inlaid black walnut, which is the same material the legs are made of. The gutters feature an industrial charcoal grey felt and there are levelers hidden under the top and in the legs to adjust, align, and level out the table.

The 168″ x 31″ x 31″ tall table comes with four white and four black pucks, shuffleboard salt (aka wax, powder, and sand), and a magnetic wall mount to store the pucks when done.

Each table is built-to-order over approximately six to nine weeks and it comes in your choice of black or white.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.