Our made-to-order repurposed wood dining tables are filled with personality while remaining utilitarian, sturdy, and, of course, gorgeous. This Victorian farmhouse dining table is a timeless design that complements both contemporary and traditional settings. The narrow width is approximately 66cm wide and is made up of three boards. See our offering for the 90cm standard width.
Our tables are designed with aesthetics in mind. You'll notice that each table has a unique set of attributes. These may be relics of their previous existence or the wood's inherent grain and pattern.
The classic turned leg is removable (just below the leg's top square base), allowing for easy transit and access to a variety of properties.
Our typical lead time is 6 - 7 weeks, although this can extend to ten weeks during peak periods.
The table top is finished in a hard wearing wax finish with your choice of Rustic Pine, Dark Oak, or Antique Pine tint.
Alternatively, if an oil finish is desired, we offer the Fiddes Antique hard wax oil tint.
The accompanying images detail the tint swatches for the Beeswax & Oil.
The table skirt and legs are finished in a Farrow & Ball colour of your choice. Alternatively, you can finish the skirt and legs to match the tabletop.
Length - Available in sizes ranging from 90cm to 210cm - Custom sizes available upon request.
Benches are designed to fit between the legs of the table.
Width - approximately 66cm. The benches measure 35cm in width.
Height - 78cm for tables, 45cm for benches
The legroom measures 65cm from the floor to the lower edge of the table skirt.
Free to Mainland England & Wales.
£50 Delivery to Central Scotland*
*Central Scotland: Scottish Borders, Edinburgh, Lothians, Fife, Stirling, Perth, Glasgow & Ayrshire.
Please note that we do not deliver beyond the city of Sterling in Scotland.
If you wish to place an order beyond Sterling, we ask for the customer to arrange delivery of the items. Please contact us before placing an order.
Please also note that we presently do not deliver to Northern Ireland or outside mainland United Kingdom.