Omaha Dining, with its casual rustic personality and weathered grey finish, features the popular X-motif and strut style trestle base.
Surfaces clean easily with a soft cloth.
- Available in regular and counter height, it includes an impressive Trestle Table with beefy 3" top frame and an angular strut base of heavy square legs. It extends to 96" and easily allows eight guests to gather round and share a meal.
- An upholstered seat Bench is available in both dining heights.
- X-back chairs and bench feature square legs with chamfered foot and slip seat cushions covered in easy care leather-look brown PU fabric.
- Upholstered Chairs and a backless Bench are also available in neutral 100% polyester linen-look fabric with nailhead trim.
- A functional Sideboard has pull-out trays for wine bottles and a hanging glass rack. It offers drawer storage and fixed shelves behind X-overlay glass doors.
- Drawers have stained interiors with fixed felt liners, side mounted metal ball bearing drawer glides and French front dovetails.
- Cast metal bar hardware is finished in a dark rustic bronze color.
- It has a weathered and burnished grey paint finish.
- Omaha is constructed of beautiful mango veneers and mango solids, with some engineered wood products.
- Rustic Transitional Styling
- Available in regular or counterheight
- 3" framed table top with angular strut trestle base
- X-back chair & X-back bench seats in brown PU leatherette
- Upholstered chair & backless bench, linen-look 100% polyester
- X-motif chair backs and X door overlays
- Sideboard has glass rack & pull-out bottle storage
- Cast metal bar hardware in aged bronze finish
- Weathered and burnished grey painted finish
- Mango veneers, mango solids, 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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