If you are looking for a unique look, this refectory dining table definitely has it! From the light color to the swirling grain of the elm wood, it’s a special piece that will warm any room and provide space for countless hours of family enjoyment!
The wood used is a burled elm wood which has wide sweeping grains and many small knots that have the bird’s eye appearance. A cross banding around the top gives it some definition. The color, as mentioned, is very light and would go well with some upholstered chairs or many other of today’s more popular looks.
Refectory Dining Table
The term refectory refers to the trestle ends that support the table. Each is a thick foot with double columns. The effect is both airy and solid looking. With a 71″ length you can easily seat eight at this refectory dining table. Also, rounded corners are great to keep anyone from bumping sharp corners going by.
This dining room table was made in England sometime around the year 1960. It has aged very well. When created, the wood was distressed so it has a overall rustic appearance that is full of character. As such there are small marks throughout that have been finished over. The table is sturdy, but the no stretcher design means you should avoid dragging the table, and should pick it up entirely when moving it or use some cups or casters underneath to prevent dragging.
The height from the floor to the bottom of the table is 27″. This is a stunning refectory dining table with really unique wood. Don’t delay to make it an anchor piece in your dining room, kitchen, or breakfast area today!
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