The global-inspired Hooker Furniture Melange Tassiana Hall Rectangular Console Table takes a good deal of inspiration from Moorish architecture. This is most evident in the ogee-shaped arches forming the legs and the geometric fretwork on the exterior, which call to mind intricate mosaics and tilework. The indigo blue fretwork sits directly atop pecan veneers for a delightful contrast of color and dimension. This console table is finished on all sides, including the interior. Use the long lower shelf for additional display.
Hooker Furniture utilizes a multiple-step finish process of up to 16 finish steps. This results in an unsurpassed clarity, depth, color richness, and durability. Through hand-craftsmanship such as rubbing and padding, Hooker finishes feel as good as they look, with a smoothness that is delightful to the touch.
Hooker Furniture uses carefully chosen solid wood and select wood veneers over durable wood products in their furniture construction. Use of veneers enables more decorative looks unattainable with solid wood. Veneers are used over durable wood products such as medium density fiberboard (MDF) and particle board, made of renewable resources. MDF and particle board are used in quality furniture for areas that need to be stable, such as large surfaces. These durable wood products do not expand and contract with heat and cold and do not absorb moisture as much as solid wood, which results in stronger and longer-lasting furniture.