If your vision of eco-friendly involves hemp clothing, crusty old sandals, and that strange smell of patchouli, you'll be pleasantly shocked by the Bernhardt Reclaimed Elm Console Table's rustic elegance. The wood plank top is constructed of reclaimed elm sourced from old wooden items and refashioned into a long-lasting piece of furniture. Now that's an innovative way to create new furniture and protect Mother Earth without the smelly sandals. With a durable iron metal base, this beautifully crafted console table will keep your entryway, hallway, or living room design-savvy for years to come. An elegant light wood finish tops off this console table with an air of chic country charm that'll work great with modern and traditional home decors. So trade in your vision of hemp and smelly sandals for the hip, innovative aesthetics of the Bernhardt Elm Console Table, we promise there's not even a hint of patchouli.
Founded in 1889 by John Mathias Bernhardt, Bernhardt Furniture Company, Inc., is one of the largest family-owned and family-operated marketers of fine wood and upholstered furniture in the United States. Through their commitment to high business standards and the principles of fine craftsmanship, the Bernhardt family has led this American enterprise to its current ranking among the top U.S. furniture companies in annual sales worldwide. Bernhardt collections have won multiple Pinnacle Awards for outstanding product design, and Bernhardt brand loyalty is one of the strongest in the industry.
Located in the foothills of western North Carolina, Bernhardt employs more than 1400 people in the U.S. and abroad, with 12 facilities in western North Carolina and four offices overseas. The company's 75,000 square foot showroom is located in High Point, NC.