Create the rustic farmhouse decor you've been lusting after with this covetable counter height table. Angular lines are paired with vintage touches and a natural wood finish that showcases the rustic pine wood. The effect is one that is equal parts cozy farmhouse and edgy restaurant industrial. It's the perfect way to entertain more people in a casual dining space, as the table easily fits six to eight counter stools.
The Plank Road Kimler Solid Wood Counter Height Dining Table by Kincaid Furniture
at Johnny Janosik in the Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Delmarva area. Product availability may vary.
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Solid wood is very durable and can be resanded or refinished if it starts to show scratches and wear. Furniture with thin wood veneers cannot be sanded or finished without damaging and exposing the substrate of wood solids underneath.
This item consists of:
Kimler Counter Height Table Top
Kimler Counter Height Dining Table Base
Item & Dimensions
Width (side to side)
Depth (front to back)
Height (bottom to top)
Material & Finish
Case construction features mortise and tenon joinery, a time-proven method of assembling two parts at a 90 degree angle. We also pre-drill and screw tight the parting rails (the structural wood rails that create the drawer opening) these rails stay flush even after the furniture is jostled in its move to a new home or room location.
Leg or Pedestal
Solid wood tops with no veneer. Fully floating tops, end panels, bed panels, etc. are incorporated into every product from this collection to allow for normal expansion and contraction of the solid wood components as the humidity changes in your home.
Composition & Warranty
Kincaid provides a limited one-year warranty to the original purchaser of first-quality Kincaid wood furniture from an authorized dealer that the furniture is free from defects in material and workmanship as noted. Color and finish variations are natural in wood and are not covered by this warranty. This warranty applies under conditions of normal household use but does not apply to fading (furniture should not be placed in direct sunlight) or defects that result from negligence, soiling, improper cleaning, misuse, abnormal use, accident, or commercial use.