Inspired by the bold, industrial character of an early 20th century work table, the Meadow dining collection brings warmth, individuality and character to your space. Constructed entirely from solid Acacia, a hardwood known for stunning grain patterns and rich contrasting colors, each piece is wire brushed, hand-glazed and hand-finished, creating wood surfaces that radiate texture and depth of color. Matching chairs are finely hand woven from Water Hyacinth, a sustainable and renewable fiber. The table expands from 63 to 95 inches, comfortably seating up to 8 guests for intimate or larger gatherings.
With features such as mortise and tenon corners, English dovetail drawer joinery and sinuous spring chair seats, the Meadow collection mingles aesthetics with rugged durability, making it an easy centerpiece for anyone designing a new dining room. For the minimalist, bold lines call only for complementary colors and dinnerware of your choosing. For the more creative, the multi-tonal character of hand-hewn Acacia lumber and woven fiber unlocks a broad spectrum of compatible colors and textures. Natural ambience is easily embellished with modern, traditional, rustic or lodge-styled pieces, patterns, and accessories.
Product FeaturesThis solid wood product is constructed from Acacia, a sustainable timber known for rich contrasting colors and pronounced grain patternClean-lined modern styling with all solid wood construction, through legs and vintage finishDistressed brick brown finish uses wire brushing and rustic glaze to create the warm patina of reclaimed wood Table extends from 63 to 95 inches with two 16 inch leaves; extension stretchers are built into table top for easy assembly, disassembly and leaf storageButcher block table construction provides natural resistance to crackign and warpingSimple 8 bolt assembly involves attaching 4 table legs to table topTable top is 1.5 inches thick with a 3 inch apron; table legs are 4.75 inches thickTable is constructed entirely from Acacia solid woodPlease keep in mind that natural wood must breathe and is affected by environmental conditions. You may expect to see some shrinkage or expansion and plank movement over time time. These are normal occurrences that will not affect the structural integrity of the piece--with proper care, this solid wood furniture product should last for generations.