Brian Maier, owner of Lincoln, Nebraska's Generation Billiards, reports luxury buyers frequently look for tables that reflect their homes' architecture. A timbered villa in Park City or Aspen, for instance, is a good candidate for a rustic log table, while sleek glass tables suit modernist homes with expansive window. "When people spend $10 million or more for a home, they want a pool table that is just as distinctive", states Maier, whose company can customize any feature of the table. For example, a client may request that the sights(those small inlaid markers along the side rails that are typically made of bone or mother-of-pearl) be replaced with 24-carat gold or diamonds. referencing H&E fall 2017 edition, page 144.
Hi my name is Brian and let's just say I love everything about billiards. Since I was a kid I have fond memories of shooting pool with my family and friends at my parents home...I feel blessed to do what I love! :)