Handmade Emmerson dining table

Here’s a dining table that has a design that’s both casual and refined, relaxed and elegant. The Emmerson dining table is a beautiful handcrafted dining table made out of reclaimed solid pine certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). The wood has been harvested from old pine shipping pallets and used to create a unique and beautiful piece of furniture.

If you thought pallets were useless pieces of wood, think again. In fact, pallets can also be used for a large number of DIY projects that you can also read about in one of our other articles. Since the Emmerson dining table has been crafted out of reclaimed wood, it shows natural imperfections and knots are not seen as defects but rather as elements that make each piece unique.

This beautiful dining table can accommodate up to 6 persons if you choose the 73’’ version, or eight persons if you opt for the 87’’ table. Also, you might also need a matching bench. You can opt for the Emmerson dining bench that’s part of the same collection and that also comes in two sizes. Dining bench cushions are also available.The Emmerson dining table can be purchased for EUR78.92 or EUR78.92, depending on the size. The table will be assembled at arrival via In-Home Delivery. It comes only in a natural pine color.

Published by in Furniture, on October 8th, 2011


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