Like a butterfly, this pedestal dining table opens wide up with its 2 included 14” leaves. When you really need to fit a large group around the table, this style is what you need. And the leaves are stored beneath the top when not in use, and automatically pop up when the table is expanded. We offer 5 stain colors which will let the Pine graining show through, or you may choose to create a Country-style table by using one of our 28 paint colors and distressed finishes. Formal or rustic, your large family will be glad to have this table to use for generations.
NOTE: The base parts of this product are made overseas, but the table is constructed and finished in Iowa.
Measurements: 30h x 68w x 42d
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