: D442Group Name
: Larchmont - Burnished Dark BrownGroup Style
With grand Old World design and a rich finish, the "Larchmont" dining room collection brings a classic beauty to the decor of any dining experience. The rich burnished dark brown finish flows over the Old World construction of the planked and pegged table tops with the thick built-up edge and the massive table legs that have a two-sided taper shape. With a strong horizontal design and stitched faux leather upholstery on the chairs, this furniture captures the true essence of Old World design. Create the perfect dining room decor with the grand style of the "Larchmont" dining room collection.
- Made with select veneers and hardwood solids
- Rich burnished dark brown wood finish
- Planked and framed construction table tops have thick built-up edge
- Massive table legs have a two-sided taper shape
- Chairs have strong horizontal rail design
- Chair cushion is covered in a stitched faux leather
- D442-26 table made with select solids and finished in a warm brown finish
- Top is made of paint grade materials and finished in a faux tin top look with a mottled surface effect
- Farmhouse style table has thick and blocky legs and a thick slab top emulating a wrapped tin look. Embossed rivet details complete the appearance of metal
- Bar cart features a faux tin top, open slat shelving, and large industrial styled castor wheels.
- Assembly required
- Made of select veneers and wood
- Stitch-enhanced faux leather upholstery is vinyl/cotton/polyurethane
- Firm cushioned seat
- Excluded from promotional discounts and coupons
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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