About Stain Options
Click To Open A New Window And View Stain Options For Standard Stain Colors and Premium Finish Options. Actual results may vary due to the aged nature of the barnwood.
About Stain Samples
Learn more about ordering stain samples here
Solid Vs. Extendable Tables
The Manchester Smooth Urban Barnwood Table is available as either a SOLID or EXTENDABLE table in varying sizes. Table top boards on Solid Tables run the long way while table-top boards on Extendable Tables run the short way to allow for separation.
Each EXTENDABLE table is supplied with a removable fifth leg. Use of the extra leg is of course optional, but highly recommended should you plan on leaving the table extended for long periods of time or, when using a large number of leaves.
Pottker Ball Bearing Table Slides
As a 4-legged table, the Extender Table operates with an ungeared slide. Our Pottker Ball Bearing Table Slides are an optional upgrade and allow for a smoother, independent extension of each table side.
Ordering Extension Leaves
Each Extension Table comes standard with one leaf. You may also order 2, 3 or 4 leaves. Additional leaves may be ordered by calling us directly.
Table self stores up to two leaves with the skirt. Leaves 3 and 4 will arrive without the skirt and do not self store. Additional leaves with or without the skirt may be special ordered.
Change The Table Edging
Choose from our most popular "Mission Roundover w/Hand Worn Corner" edging style or select one of the other three including "Regular Mission Roundover", "Hand Hewn" or "Chamfer". To view drawings of the various edging styles, click to open a new window and visit our Table Edging Styles" gallery.
Optional Table Heights
The Manchester Smooth Barnwood Dining Table is available in either the standard 30" table height as shown or optional 36" counter height (aka pub height) or 42" bar height.
Fill The Knot Holes
You have the option to fill knot holes with a clear epoxy or leave as is. The clear epoxy blends in nicely and creates a smooth finish across the wood's surface. Leaving the holes exposed enhances the rustic nature of the piece.