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Pedestal tables are in such demand because of the flexibility that they provide for seating. There is no need to work seating around the table legs on the corners. The Alexandria Pedestal table is a robust dining table with 2 large carved pedestals made of solid Canadian birch. The default top is made of solid pine, and there is also an option for a hardwood top.
It is available either 78” or 90” long and comes with two 16” wide company boards, one for each end of the table.
In today’s world, it is hard to imagine not having a dedicated place for paying bills, online shopping, homework or even binge-watching shows on your laptop. The Cambridge Desk is ideal for all of the above. It has a pencil drawer and two lateral file drawers on full extension glides. It is finished all around with a flat back so it can sit out from the wall if desired. The kneehole is 27” wide.
The body of the desk is made of pine; as shown here it has a stained birch top and a painted and glazed base.
66” long x 27” deep x 30” high.
We all want to maintain an organized entrance hall. Every design magazine seems to show built-in lockers and the ideal of a tidy space. It is always easier said than done, but we are here to help with this two piece cabinet. This piece has two storage drawers separated by a 44” wide opening for shoes and boots below the seat. There are 4 hooks for hanging coats with 2 large cubbies above them for additional storage. Above each drawer on the ends, there is a 62” high x 15” w shaker-panel door with 4 adjustable shelves inside. The piece is built in 2 pieces, with the upper cabinet sitting on the seat. If you need something a little smaller, please see our Entrance Hall Cabinet or Hall Tree.
The whole unit is 84” wide (at the crown) x 20” d (seat) x 86” high.
This coffee table is a simple, clean occasional table that can be finished in any colpur to fit perfectly into any decor. It is made of solid birch. A crisp white brightens an airy space, while a deep Espresso stain will add some formality to a reception area. Manoir Grey will give it an industrial look while a two-tone will be a great compliment to a farmhouse living room.
44” long x 28” deep x 18” high.
Looking for a little extra counter space in the kitchen? Maybe a room divider between the cooking area and the eat-in kitchen. The island work table fills exactly that void. It is an easy add-in for a kitchen needing something without the commitment of a big renovation. It has maple legs and can be ordered with a birch top and shelf, but it is priced with both in pine.
48” long x 24” deep x 36” high.
This farmhouse style vanity is an easy fit into a guest bathroom or powder room. It has a solid shelf below a U-shaped drawer that glides on soft-close hardware. The shape of the drawer is made to fit around plumbing that comes out from the wall. This piece is unique in our line because of its hand-planed finish on the body. This vanity is ideally suited for a vessel sink, because of the drawer and its overall height.
48” long x 22” d x 32” high (including a wood top).
This vanity is great for a small space where you require a piece that will last and you can have some decent storage. It has soft-close hinges and soft-close glides on the doors and drawers. It has been designed for a vessel sink.
32” wide x 20” d x 30” high.
Living up to its lofty name, this table is fit for royalty. The four vase shaped turnings of the legs are turned from 7” blocks of Canadian maple. The table is available in several lengths, starting at 74” long and getting longer, with a standard 1 ⅛” thick pine top, or a birch top also available.
40” w x 30” high x multiple lengths.
This solid hardwood frame chair is Canadian made with a sculpted pine seat.
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