This is a classic country oak table made by Door County Furniture located in Door County, Ohio. This table is 100% solid oak and features a durable golden finish. It measures 48” round and has one 18” leaf.
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The base of this unique table is made from a reclaimed whiskey barrel used by Jack Daniels to age, you guessed it, whiskey. The barrel is now empty, but it makes a wonderful base for the solid oak rustic plank top. The top is 54” round and this is a high-dining table so the height [...]
This table is made by an Amish owned company called Door County Furniture, made in Door County, Iowa. The table is solid quarter sawn oak finished with a medium brown mission finish. Quarter sawing is a method of sawing logs. The resulting boards are called quartersawn. Quarter sawn boards have greater stability of form and [...]
Door County furniture is made in Ohio and builds quality, solid-wood furniture that is truly built to last. This high dining table and four swivel stools is made out of solid maple and features a two tone finish. The table is 36” high and 42” square and extends to 42” x 60” with an included [...]
We have a wonderful Amish dining table company that has just started producing a line of occasional tables. The table tops are made using their traditional Amish finishing techniques and the bases are a locally made wrought iron. The wood species and stain can be customized to any of their beautiful finishes, which we have [...]