Rustic Walnut Dining Table

This Walnut dining table has a 2" thick solid Walnut table top with some live edge details. The base is made from four separate parts that are held together by hidden fasteners. This allows the legs to be replaced at any time for a different style. This design also allows for the break down of the base in case you ever have to move. The table that is pictured measures 108" long is 40" wide and is 30" high and seats 8 people comfortably but is able to seat up to 12 if needed. The table is finished with four coats of a custom oil blend that brings out the figure and enhances the look of the wood. The finish, once fully cured, also provides a durable protective layer around the wood that is easily repaired if it is ever needed.

You can pair this table with one of our carved benches to have a complete dining set.

These tables are made to order, so each table will not look the same as the one in the picture. When shipping the table base will be broken down with the every part wrapped for protection and laid flat on the table top. This will allow for a lower shipping rate as the size of the crate will be smaller than if the table was left fully assembled.

As mentioned the legs of the base can be interchangeable so if you do not like the style of the legs in the pictures please let me know. We will design a style of legs that you prefer and if you ever change the look of the table you can always order new legs for the table.

Please contact us with any questions or inquiries and shipping quotes regarding this or any other item we sell.

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~Lavelle Woodworking Studio

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