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$299.99 $159.99

Dimensions: 37.6W x 17D x 35H in.Unfinished Parawood2 pull-out drawersLower shelf for additional storageIdeal for kitchen or dinin...g room useSome assembly required. Where most Mission-style furniture is going to be weighed down by heavy oak that's even... read more

International Concepts
$399.99 $164.80

Dimensions: 48W x 17D x 36H in.. Solid, unfinished parawood with butcher block top. 2 pull-out drawers. Lower shelf for additional... storage. Ideal for kitchen or dining room use. Some assembly required. The lines may be old school, but the unfinished... read more

International Concepts
$66.99 $39.98

Dimensions: 11.8W x 15.75D x 24.1H in.. Made of solid wood with butcher block surface. Unfinished. Base slides beneath furniture. ...Simple shaker style. Slide the base of the International Concepts Sofa Server Table under your sofa or chair to have a... read more

International Concepts
$64.99

Find Standalone Tables at Target.com! Take it back to the classics with the International Concepts Spencer Server in Unfinished. T...his fashionable and functional table works as a buffet table in the dining room, a console table in the entryway or as an accent table in your living room. The wood table is given a rustic look with an unfinished wood build. The two drawers on top can store anything from silverware to keys. Assembly required. read more

International Concepts
$309.99

Find Standalone Tables at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Con...cepts home furnishing will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood with 1 shelf and 2 drawers. The inside drawer dimensions are 20.4w x 11.5"d x 2"h. The distance from the lower shelf to the floor is 5.9". The dimensions of the shelf is 57.5" x 14.6". The distance from the lower shelf to the bottom of the apron is 17". Color: Beige. read more

International Concepts
$54.99

Find Standalone Tables at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Con...cepts home furnishing will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. Includes butcher block surface. Ready to assemble. Distance from floor to bottom of table top is 24.13. read more

International Concepts
$239.99

Find Standalone Tables at Target.com! Take it back to the classics with the International Concepts Spencer Server in White. This f...ashionable and functional table works as a buffet table in the dining room, a console table in the entryway or as an accent table in your living room. The wood table is given a rustic look with a white finish. The two drawers on top can store anything from silverware to keys. Assembly required. read more

International Concepts
$199.99

Find Standalone Tables at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Con...cepts home furnishing will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. The distance from the lower shelf to the floor is 3.94. The distance from the lower shelf to the bottom of the apron is 23.1". The dimensions of the shelf are 45.7 x 13.6". Color: Beige. read more

International Concepts
$229.99

Find Standalone Tables at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Con...cepts home furnishing will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. Has 1 shelf and 2 drawers. The inside dimensions of the drawer are 17"W X 11.5"D X 2.2" H. The distance from the lower shelf to the floor is 5.9". The dimensions of the shelf are 45.6 x 14.8". The distance from the lower shelf to the bottom of the apron is 17". Color: Beige. read more

International Concepts
$389.99

Find Standalone Tables at Target.com! For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with an elegant look. International Con...cepts home furnishing will complement any décor. Made from solid parawood. The size of the center shelf is 13.8 X 27.4. The distance from the floor to the top of the base is 3.93. The distance from the top of the base to the bottom of the middle shelf is 15.3. The distance from the top of the middle shelf to the apron is 12.0. Color: Beige. read more

International Concepts
$169.40

Your home is a natural extension of you. Add these innovative designs from International Concepts to spruce up any decor.

International Concepts
$201.46

This beautiful console/server table from International Concepts comes in an unfinished finish to make it your own or leave as is. ...A perfect addition to you home and will complement any decor. read more

International Concepts
$371.99 $164.80

Your home is a natural extension of you. Add this beautiful furniture from International Concepts to spruce up any décor. Made fro...m solid Para wood with a butcher block surface. Features two drawers with full extension glides. read more

International Concepts
$299.99 $159.99

Dimensions: 37.6W x 17D x 35H in.Unfinished Parawood2 pull-out drawersLower shelf for additional storageIdeal for kitchen or dinin...g room useSome assembly required. Where most Mission-style furniture is going to be weighed down by heavy oak that's even heavier with dark stains and finishes the International Concepts Mission Server gives you those clean architectural lines with the versatile look of unfinished parawood. A pair of pull-out drawers slide smoothly from beneath a wide top all over a lower shelf flanked by square-spindled sides. Parawood also known as rubberwood has a natural unfinished look that shows off the inherent beauty of the material and a medium-density body that makes it ideal for furniture construction. read more

International Concepts
$261.57

Your home is a natural extension of you. Add this beautiful furniture from International Concepts to spruce up any décor. Made fro...m solid Para wood with a butcher block surface. The size of the center shelf is 13.8'' X 27.4''. read more

International Concepts
$170.56 $165.59

Your home is a natural extension of you. Add this beautiful furniture from International Concepts to spruce up any décor. Made fro...m solid Para wood with a butcher block surface. Features two drawers with full extension glides. read more

International Concepts
$173.31

Your home is a natural extension of you. Add this beautiful furniture from International Concepts to spruce up any décor.

International Concepts
$183.99

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International Concepts
$219.54

2 Drawers and shelf. Made of Solid Parawood. Assembly required. 38 in. L x 17 in. W x 35 in. H (59 lbs.).

International Concepts
$254.75

Assembly Required: Yes.Configuration: Server.Dimensions: 38"W x 17"D x 35"H.Material: Parawood.Number Of Drawers: 1.Number Of Shel...ves: 1.Outdoor Approved: No.Style: Transitional.Suggested Room Fit: Dining Room, Kitchen. read more

International Concepts
$360.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood with a butcher block top. Ready to assemble. read more

International Concepts
$36.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood with a butcher block surface. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$202.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood with a butcher block top. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$170.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Includes 2 drawers and 1 shelf. Size of each shelf is 32.87 "W x13.77 "D. Inside drawer dimensions are 13.32"W x 12.83"D x 3.52"H. Ready to assemble. read more

International Concepts
$172.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood with a butcher block top. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$159.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood with a butcher block top. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$267.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood with a butcher block top. Ready to assemble.Your furniture is part of natures handwork. Every item has its own unique grain pattern and color. Dark grains and knots are a part of the character of wood and were put there years ago by the tree branches and the twisting of the wind, which causes trees to bend. all of which affects the outcome of every tree. Each piece of solid wood furniture is an original. light and dark areas all blend during the finishing process. Our desire is to assist you in achieving a beautifully finished piece of furniture. the following tips are to help you accomplish this goal. First and most important is to read and follow the directions of your finishing material. The finish manufacturer really does know his own product, read finishing directions completely. Take your time to finish, remember don't rush - it may take a little longer, but you will be proud of the results.Surface preparation: Although all pieces are sanded, they will need additional "finish" sanding. Check all surfaces for minor splits, chips or dents. Sand or fill with wood filler. Make sure the residue from the filler is sanded smooth. Start sanding with medium sand paper (#120) and then finish with fine (#220) sandpaper. Check all surfaces. If an item has any frizz or roughness, it will show when staining, and you may not be satisfied with the end result. Never skip the initial sanding of all parts. Wipe the furniture using a tack cloth to remove all the dust created by sanding. Staining: Be sure stain is stirred throughly. Some stains have a heavy pigment on the bottom of the can. It is not uncommon to take up to five minutes to make sure the "mud" is dissolved. This keeps the stain color consistent from the top of can to the bottom. As you are staining, periodically stir the stain to keep it from settling to the bottom. We recommend doing a "doodle" area on the piece first in some inconspicous location (under a seat or table top). This will allow you to check stain color before proceeding. when you have completed your first coat of stain and have allowed it to dry, wipe a coat on clear finish on your "doodle" area. If you like the finished "doodle" and feel the color is fine. One coat is adequate if the stain is too light or uneven, a second coat of stain may be needed and a second test "doodle" using 2 stain coats is recommended.Application: You can almost use any type of rag, cotton works best, approximately 10" square. (Larger rags sometimes get in the way). Stain one surface at a time and do the harder areas first. There is no particular motion to applying the stain we recommend to do cross grain first and then with the grain. As you stain each area, wipe excess stain off with the grain, then move to another area, as you finish go backover the entire piece with a clean rag to wipe up all excess stain.Top coat: The clear top coat may be wiped or brushed on. Wiping seems to prevent runs. Again, do small areas at a time. We recommend applying topcoat with the grain, however, you may find it necessary in some areas to apply gross grain, make sure the final wipe is immediately with the grain. Allow the top coat to dry. The surface will appear gummy if not dry, drying time will vary depending on weather conditions, sand with very fine (#220) or (#600) wet/dry sandpaper, this removes the fuzz. Wipe with a tack cloth after sanding to remove debris. Feel the entire piece with your hands, if it still feels fuzzy, smooth out before applying additional coats. The fuzz will not go away and will remain until you take care of it, you are looking for consistent sheen. If after two coats you are happy with apperance you are done. If you have an uneven sheen, apply additional coats, always sanding lightly between coats. If water resistance is a goal, we recommend four layers of top coats, apply at least one coat of stain or clear finish to all surfaces of solid wood. Even if it is not seen, this prevents cracking as the piece continues to dry out over a period of years. read more

International Concepts
$412.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. This Hampton Sofa-Server Table has a beautiful white finish and is made of solid wood with a butcher block surface. It measures 34.5" H x 60" W x 16" D. The center shelf is 13.8" x 27.4". The distance from floor to top of base: 3.93''. The distance from top of base to bottom of middle shelf: 15.3''. The distance from top of middle shelf to apron: 12.0". Easy to assemble. read more

International Concepts
$394.99

For those who appreciate high quality wood furniture with a traditional and elegant look. International Concepts home furnishings ...will complement any decor. Made from solid parawood with a butcher block surface. The size of the center shelf: 13.8" X 27.4". The distance from the floor to the top of the base: 3.93". Distance from the top of the base to the bottom of the middle shelf: 15.3". Distance from the top of the middle shelf to the apron: 12.0". read more

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