The Florence table is a traditional farmhouse table that has been handcrafted from old reclaimed timber.
The table tops are slightly distressed with loads of character and are carefully put together so that they are pleasing to the eye.
These tables have been made in such a way that they won't shrink, split or warp over time and are very stain resistant and durable.
Any red wine or coffee rings left from a glass or cup from the day before will simply wipe off without leaving a single mark.
Please note that the legs on these tables are detachable and will be delivered with the legs detached so to unsure easy access into your kitchen or dining room.
The table in the picture is 7ft x 42" Painted in 'Cornforth White' and is ideal for sitting 8 people comfortably.
The height of all our tables is 77cm to the top and the leg room is 62cm
We always welcome you to our showroom where you can view this table and others along with a wide range of chairs and benches.
Please feel free to ask any questions you may have as this table can be made entirely bespoke to your requirements.
You can choose any colour from the Farrow and Ball colour range.
However to make the decision process easier we have given you a choice 19 of our most popular colours, so if the colour you want isn't listed, then please mention it in the box provided.
We have listed only a few sizes that are available however we make these tables from 3ft x 3ft up to 12ft x 4ft and with any amount of drawers with a handle of your choice.
Please note that drawers with a handle of your choice can be added on request only for £120 each. Dimensions are 30cm wide internally x 48cm width
All benches are designed, so they fit under the table when not in use. Dimensions are 14" wide by 18" high). If you wish to order benches separately then please click here
If you would like to order any of our carver chairs or modern chairs that are not listed above then please click here
The option of a deposit of 50% is available to place your order.
The lead time is currently 8 - 10 weeks