This is a solid cherry table made in Ohio by Door County Furniture. It features an extremely durable catalytic finish and is finished with a natural stain. It measures 42” x 42” as shown and includes an 18” leaf. Reed Furniture820 N. Wisconsin St. Elkhorn, WI, 53121 USA email@example.com • 262 723 2686
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This is a solid oak table made in Ohio by Door County Furniture. It is Amish made of solid oak and finished with a medium brown stain. It measures 42” x 66” as shown and has two 12” leaves included.
This table is made in Ohio by Door County Furniture. It is made of 100% solid maple that is finished with a medium brown stain. It features an extremely durable catalytic finish that makes this table great for everyday use. The table measures 36” x 48” as shown and includes one 12” leaf.
The beautiful table is made in Door County, Ohio. It is Amish made and the top is hand-planed to give a unique, rustic finish. The table is made of 100% solid maple with the top finished in the Michaels stain and the black base with a rubbed through finish. The table measures 40” x 60” […]
The base of this unique table is made out of a reclaimed Jack Daniels Barrel that was used to age whiskey. Door County Furniture, our primary Amish furniture line, buys the barrels and pairs them with an exquisitely crafted 48” round top that is made out of solid, quarter-sawn oak. Quarter-sawn boards have greater stability […]
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.
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 […]