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IMPROVED Farmhouse Table seats 8

Now with easy assemble click in place legs, no bolts!

TAB017




£22.00 (ex VAT)*
£26.40 (inc VAT)*


Quantity Available: 20


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Set-up Dimensions
Depth: 76cm
Width: 240cm
Height: 76cm

*Up to 4 days hire
*UK wide delivery available. Minimum hire charges apply

We can guarantee you won’t find these tables anywhere else. The farmhouse legs are the main attraction of these tables. Designed when dreaming up a solution to do away with awkward trestle table legs and fashion something that looked more like a dining table, these traditional and elegant alternatives have been made onsite in our workshop.

The table tops are made of reclaimed scaffolding wood. This has been denailed and sanded, but left with just enough detail to retain its authentic rustic charm - you might spot the odd marking here and there where a metal bracket once resided. It has then been finished in raw wax, to give a finish more akin to a medieval banquet table than a highly polished formal affair. Expect to see the odd stain here and there - we think it just adds to the charm.

The tables arrive with the legs collapsed. Since making them we have improved their mechanism and they just click into place with no bolts or tools needed.

Tables seat four on each side or, for more casual seating, you can tag an extra chair at each end and seat 10.

Measuring 76cm deep by 240cm wide by 76cm tall, this is a heavy piece of furniture that requires two people to lift and needs to be transported by van. Our tables are weatherproof and happy to be used inside or out. Please ensure they are clean before returning them to us.

Price is for one table. We also have farmhouse tables in white which can be viewed here and a round version here.

Benches and chairs are hired separately. See the matching farmhouse benches or browse our folding dining chairs

Our farmhouse tables suit all kinds of events. We've styled them in all kinds of different ways in our photoshoots. For inspiration, see our blogs Pastels, Whites & BrightsGetting Cosy for ChristmasA Royal Fairy Tale and Looking Back