Give your living room a rustic, coastal cottage feel with the Wynwood Hadley Pointe Cocktail Table - Antique Parchment. This beautiful table is durably built from pine solids and veneers, with an antique parchment finish to lend an added touch of elegance. This table has turned legs and bun feet, picture-framed drawer fronts with beaded panels, solid pine turned knobs, and a spacious base shelf for added storage. The understated beauty of this coffee table will look great with just about any living room decor, especially when added to the Hadley Pointe end and sofa tables (sold separately).
Wynwood's first priority is customer satisfaction, and each of their products must undergo a multi-step process to achieve that goal. Wynwood's fashion consultants search worldwide for unique materials, and keep their eyes on the hottest trends in shape, texture, and color. Each furniture piece has its specifications double-checked to make sure it's functional as well as beautiful. Skilled craftsmen build each piece, hand-apply the finish, and inspect the completed product before it's shipped. This process ensures that your new Wynwood furniture will be more than just a place to set your coffee cup -- it will be a treasured and beautiful part of your home.
Wipe away spilled liquids immediately with a soft, damp cloth, always wiping with the wood grain. Dust frequently with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth. For a more thorough cleaning, wipe with a soft cloth dipped in a mild soap and water solution. Dry completely with a clean, lint-free cloth, wiping with the wood grain, and follow with a furniture polish for added shine. Repeat this cleaning process every six months to remove accumulated dust and wax build-up.
Your fine wood furniture should not be exposed to extreme heat or humidity; do not place it in direct sunlight or in a damp area. Avoid placing your furniture in front of or over heating or air conditioning vents. Avoid dragging items across the surface of your wood furniture; instead, lift them from the surface and replace them in the desired location. Use a protective pad if using your furniture as a writing surface, particularly when using a ballpoint pen. If your furniture receives small scratches, you can touch them up using a scratch remover or touch-up pen from your furniture dealer or paint store.
Hot objects, as well as chemicals in plastic and rubber items, may soften or discolor the finish on your fine wood furniture. Place a piece of felt, leather, or cork under items made from these materials to avoid damage, and rotate these items occasionally so they don't sit in the same spot for extended periods of time.