Sleek, straight lines and unforgettable rustic style combine in the long-lasting all-cedar construction and simple design of the Rustic Cedar Old Country 35-in. Solid-Top Dining Table. A thick, solid slab of northern white cedar provides a clean, even dining surface, while four smooth oversized cedar log legs offer sturdy tabletop support and give the table's classic frame a charming woodsy feel. Each side of the table features a smooth-planed round beveled edge. Complete the Solid-Top Dining Table with a set of Solid-Seat Dining Chairs to create a beautiful matching dinette set ideal for use in your kitchen, patio, or yard.
The Old Country 35-in. Solid-Top Dining Table measures 35L x 35W x 29.25H inches and weighs 45 pounds. Some assembly is required. The manufacturer's limited warranty protects against defects in materials and workmanship for up to five years.
Beautiful, strong, and durable enough for everyday use, northern white cedar is an ideal choice for indoor/outdoor furniture. Its naturally weather-, decay-, and insect-resistant grain will not warp or shrink, while its high strength-to-weight ratio guarantees longevity and easy portability. Cedar can be painted, stained, or left untreated to age from creamy white to a patina of soft silvery grey. No chemical preservatives are used in the construction process, leading to all-natural, eco-friendly products that are safer for your family than traditional pressure-treated wood home furnishings.
Info on the quality and benefits of Northern White Cedar: The superior choice for rustic furniture, because of its beauty, practicality and versatility. Features: A creamy white color, that blends with any decor; smooth surfaced wood, that adds comfort to furniture; naturally resistant to rot and insect damage; weathers gracefully to a silvery gray when left untreated; may be stained to match decor with quality exterior wood sealants; will not shrink or warp. All log furniture is subject to the natural process of "checking". Checking happens as wood releases moisture, and normally occurs across or through the annual growth rings. It is the usual result of wood seasoning. Checking occurs only on the surface of the wood, and does not affect the structural performance or integrity of the wood.