Tables

Athena Dining Table

Athena Dining Table

Clean lines and traditional design unite in our take on the classic trestle table. Hand-planed, buttery smooth top in Knotty Alder; hand-joined base in Douglas Fir.  Multi-step finishing process creates a food-safe, satin finish that will last for years. A wise foundation for any dining space.

Good to Know:

  • Adjustable feet
  • Suitable for indoor use
  • Clean with a damp cloth

Dimensions:

  • 6’ – 72” L x 36” W x 30.5” H – $825
  • 7’ – 84” L x 36” W x 30.5” H – $925
  • 8’ – 96” L x 36” W x 30.5” H – $975
  • 10’ – 120” L x 36” W x 30.5” H – $1195

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Hunter Dining Table

Hunter Dining Table

Simplicity reigns with our take on the time-honored farmhouse table.  Hand-joined base and gently-distressed top in Knotty Pine.  Multi-step finishing process creates a food-safe satin finish that will last for years. A wise foundation for any dining space.

Good to Know:

  • Adjustable feet
  • Suitable for indoor use
  • Clean with a damp cloth

Dimensions:

  • 6’ – 72” L x 36” W x 30.5” H – $625
  • 7’ – 84” L x 36” W x 30.5” H – $725
  • 8’ – 96” L x 36” W x 30.5” H – $875
  • 10’ – 120” L x 36” W x 30.5” H – $995

Need a different size? Fill out the form below for a custom quote.

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Choose your finish:

Snowy

Tawny

Feather Brown

Natural

Boreal Brown

Barn Brown

Madagascar Maroon

Wise Walnut

Great Grey

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