Versatility is the name of the game with this drop leaf table. The 42” diameter tabletop sits atop a solid wood table base. Two functional leaves can be opened to accommodate dinner guests and closed to save space when not in use. Use it in a small dining room, eat-in kitchen or even next to the bed as a functional nightstand.
Although we are showing a multi-color finish, you can choose a single over-all color or any color combination that suits your needs. Please specify your second color or stain choice(s) and placement(s) in the Special Instructions box above. As with all of our products, this table is proudly made in the U.S.A.
Primary Color: multi (Applecart Red, Fern Green, Antique White)
Finish Level: Vintage
Measurements: 30h x 42r
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