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With a contemporary feel and modern aesthetic Verlay is a collection of thoughtfully designed Wood tables that support teams in any space - from large conference rooms, to private offices and every touchdown space in between.
Planning for the Workplace?
Uncover options to create an inspiring space.
Shopping for a Home Office?
See all the options for your work-from-home upgrade.
Different tasks call for different kinds of support, which is why Verlay was designed to be versatile. With both standing and seated-height options available, Verlay is made for a variety of postures and physical needs.
An aesthetic to match your style.
Minimal in nature, the Verlay collection of collaborative tables adds warmth and comfort to the workplace. Thinner tops, organic shapes, solid wood or metal legs, and tasteful color accents come together to create bold statement pieces or classic staples that complement the existing look of a space.
Features and Benefits
Leveling is fine-tuned in the bracket that attaches the top of the leg to the table surface.
CORD MANAGEMENT TRAY
Easy to use and access, this tray hides cords in a clean and functional way.
Power cords can be tucked into the metal leg and hidden by a Forbo inlay.
LONG METAL GROMMET
Available in standard power with data knockouts only.
Available in combinations of power, USB A and USB C, single or stacked.
Available in 3mm plastic and veneer with thin, drop, eased and slice edge options.
Steelcase Wood Solutions
Steelcase has been building wood furniture for nearly 100 years. Learn more about what role wood plays in our products, our sustainability practices and get inspired by our 150+ veneer and laminate finish options.
Designing for Sustainability
We create products that are good for people, and good for the world. Our products and operations are designed around a commitment to reduce climate change, reinforced by sustainable practices across our value chain.
Our Sustainable Design framework ensures our products are designed with consideration of life cycle thinking and cradle-to-cradle principles:
- Source materials responsibly
- Minimize global warming and other life cycle impacts
- Ensure material health
- Enable end-of-use strategies