Casual and colorful. . . .that's Vintage Dining, with functional pieces and color choices to make it your own. Custom wood finishes include antique blue, weathered grey, vanilla bean and warm sienna brown.
Surfaces clean easily with a soft cloth.
- Style elements include heavy square legs, wide pilasters and door frames, shaped wooden seats, and smooth plank tops.
- The Rectangle Leg Table, has weighty oversized legs, and is available in sienna stain or a weathered grey finish.
- A double X-back wooden chair has a shaped saddle seat for comfort, and heavy square legs with chamfered foot. Chairs are offered in weathered grey, antique blue, vanilla bean and sienna brown stain.
- Vintage's Sideboard has wide pilasters, inset framed doors and drawers and is available in weathered grey and the sienna wood finish.
- An Accent Console is also available, with X-lattices over mirrored panel doors. It is comes in all paint colors, plus the sienna brown stain.
- Cast metal hardware is finished in an aged and burnished brass color.
- Paint finishes are weathered grey, antique blue and vanilla bean, plus there's a burnished sienna brown wood stain.
- Vintage is constructed of Asian hardwood, hemlock and engineered wood products.
- Casual Transitional Styling
- Heavy proportions, bold legs, wide pilasters
- Smooth planked tops
- Double X-back chairs with wood bottom shaped saddle seats
- Rectangle leg table
- Sideboard and Accent Console for storage
- Weathered grey, antique blue, vanilla bean paint finishes
- Burnished sienna brown stain finish
- Cast metal hardware in aged brass color
- Asian hardwood, hemlock, wood products
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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