Tyler Creek Counter Height Dining Table

SKU:
D736-32 (Table Only)
Price:
B$ 1,150.00

Subject to stock availability. Pre order may take about 6-8 weeks.

Product Description +

Made of wood, engineered wood and veneers

Two-tone finish

Antiqued bronze-tone hardware

4 drawers

2 shelves

7 bottle wine storage rack

Seats 6

Invite your family into the heart of your home with the Tyler Creek rectangular dining room counter-height table. Black finish is beautifully textured. Timeworn planked oak top creates a unique two-tone contrast. Base provides plenty of storage for wine bottles and other essentials. Put away smaller items in the drawers. This is trend-right urban farmhouse style.

Weight and Dimensions +

Weight : 187.0 lb
Dimension : 40"W x 60"D x 36"H

Specifications +

Vendor Modal Number :D736-32 (Table Only)
Assembly Required : Assembly Required
Warranty : 365 days
UPC : 024052440973
Lifestyle : Mane + Mason™
Vendor Colour :
Volume : 20.18 ft3

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