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$1,026.00 $699.00
at Cymax

Open shelving suspended by narrow post legs creates a sense of architecture in the End Table. The clean lines are elegant in their... simplicity.1 Drawer 1 Shelf Brushed brass knob Black lacquer linear trim Clean, straight lines and simple geometric formsBase: 3 4 Legs Collection: Montreaux Depth: 26 Design: Table Features: Drawers Finish: Walnut Frame Material: Height: 273 4 Material: Wood Shape: Rectangle Style: Modern Contemporary Top Material: Wood Weight: 59 Width: 22 read more

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$1,059.00 $739.00
at Cymax

Stanley Furniture - End Tables - 1866509 - While you're sitting there, contemplating the slower pace of life in warmer climes, con...sider the simple gorgeousness of the wood grain in our Calypso Drawer End Table. Highlighted by touches of inlaid walnut burl, the overall allure of the table lies in the richness and complexity of the material. Two fixed shelves and a drawer add function, but it's okay to love it for its beauty alone.Finish: ShoalWalnut/ Walnut Burl inlayOne drawerTwo stationary shelvesSpecifications:Overall Product Dimensions: 28 H x 23 W x 28 DOverall Product Weight: 96lbs read more

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From the magazine that celebrates and captures the many facets of coastal living, whether its the rocky coast of New England to th...e cedar lined coast of the Pacific Northwest, comes the Coastal Living by Stanley Furniture collection. The popular Coast... read more

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$1,299.00
at Luxe Decor

The Kiawah Lamp Table marries the Regency glamour of a mono-pedestal base with the patina of an antiqued mirror top. This versatil...e table works well in the living room or the bedroom. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Glass insert in top. Specifications Finish: Classic Mahogany. read more

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The theme of turned posts and scrolled feet carries forward onto the End Table which also features a small drawer perfect for hidi...ng the remote. One drawer. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include One drawer. Specifications Finish: Sorrell. read more

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The Mappa burl top of the Martini Table will make it a jewel in any setting. Mappa burl top with 16 facets. Stanley Furniture is h...and-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Sorrell. read more

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Finally. A piece worthy of a modernist collection that's flexible enough to blend with any scheme. Like the best of contemporary d...ecor our Art Industriel Companion Table is designed to showcase its modernist roots in an original yet still understated way. Supported on all sides by a hand-rubbed iron cage the stacked top box appears to float effortlessly above the lower shelves. A pair of Dutch white cedar shelves help to ground the piece as do the multiple applications of custom-tinted fine grade lacquer. A single hand-forged knob completes the continuous frame drawer front. An intriguing alternative to the traditional end table our Art Industriel Companion Table is an easy first foray into the ever-expanding world of modernist decor. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include One drawer One stationary shelf. read more

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Treasure may not lie below the Driftwood Flats End Table but X certainly does mark the spot on this eye-catching piece. The row of... seven X's are topped with glass to make the table visually arresting from any angle. Contemporary in design but crafted with almost-rustic looking materials the Driftwood Flats End Table is a bridge between simplicity and sophistication. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Driftwood Flats End Table. read more

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Historically cathedrals were the most imposing building in a town. Our Cathe rale Martini Table may not adhere to that idea in siz...e but in terms of its beauty it is definitely a table that commands your attention. The single column base has a Vintage Neutral finish and is completed by a mappa burl top--a pairing that feels sophisticated and antique at the same time Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Vintage Neutral. read more

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Playing with shape in a whimsical way the Illusion Martini Table takes Avalon Heights linking oval motif and turns it on its head.... The metal base splits and reverses the ovals for added impact. Paired with the tempered glass top the table's focus centers on the visual appeal of the base's form. The transparency of the glass top reinforces never detracts from the look and is of course ideal for resting your cocktail of choice. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Metal base Tempered glass top with 1/4 insert. Specifications Finish: Dark Woodtone. read more

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While you're sitting there contemplating the slower pace of life in warmer climes consider the simple gorgeousness of the wood gra...in in our Calypso Drawer End Table. Highlighted by touches of inlaid walnut burl the overall allure of the table lies in the richness and complexity of the material. Two fixed shelves and a drawer add function but it's okay to love it for its beauty alone. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Walnut/walnut burl inlay One Drawer Two stationary shelves. read more

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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

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French people are renowned as style connoisseurs. Looking to channel some of that reputation in your own home? Look no further tha...n the Tour Marais Hall Table. The star-shaped base and five columns let you know immediately that the table is a statement-making design. Finished in Rustic Charcoal to impart a vintage charm the table is a dramatic sofa-side addition as well as perfect for a grand entry. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Rustic Charcoal. read more

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Finished in hand-rubbed Classic Mahogany the top of the Ribbon Scroll End Table is buttressed by a metal base in venerable Charles...ton Green. It is a tribute to Charleston's rich tradition of ironwork and the Gullah blacksmiths who crafted objects of beauty and utility. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Charleston Green. read more

Stanley Furniture
$1,229.00
at Luxe Decor

Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Metal base Mappa burl top. Specifications Finish: Sunlight Anigre. read more

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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

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At first glance your eyes may trick you into thinking the shelf and drawer of our Windward Dune End Table is floating in air. That... is just how open and almost buoyant this table appears. Even when you see the metal base with its X-like design your first impression holds true. This is one table that won't be tied down. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Windward Dune End Table. read more

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An appropriate symbol of hospitality the etched carved base of the Pineapple Martini Table is perfectly balanced by a Clear Walnut... top trimmed in Champagne Silver Leaf. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Specifications Finish: Ropemakers White. read more

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Leave the ordinary designs for ordinary homes. With oval burl inlay curly veneer panels and a meticulously hand-polished finish ou...r Marchesa Salonette is every bit as special as the homes it adorns. Taking its cue from a classic European design the book matched veneer pattern is individually pieces to highlight the unique character of each pristine slice of wood. Two larger service drawers are topped by one slightly smaller utility drawer perfect for a cell phone car keys and notepad. Used as an accent piece storage cabinet or lamp table our Marchesa Salonette makes a dramatic first impression. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Three drawers. Specifications Finish: Dark Woodtone. read more

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Versatile enough to be used as a bedside or end table the Carolina End Table has one drawer and two fixed shelves. Stanley Furnitu...re is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include One drawer Two fixed shelves. Specifications Finish: Ropemakers White. read more

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Playing off the best features of Avalon Heights great form and beautiful materials the Empire Drawer End Table is a compact style ...statement. The highly detailed grain of anigre fiddle sets apart the top of the table while the base is distinguished by a darker finish than the top. This effect not only creates a sense of drama but it also further highlights the architectural appeal of the bridge truss-inspired design. A single drawer offers a repository for remotes or coasters to be tucked away. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Anigre fiddle One drawer. Specifications Finish: Dark Woodtone. read more

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The stunning look of mapa burl is the focal point of the Neo Deco Lamp Table. Serving as the center medallion of the table the woo...d serves as a refined counterpoint to the enduring appeal of the lyre-inspired base. The mapa burl serves to further highlight the beauty of Avalon Heights' Chelsea finish while the flowing curves of the base call to mind the collection's signature use of serpentine shapes. And as an added bonus the table features a single drawer with a lovely scalloped knob for a jewel-like adornment. All in all a table that is versatile and stunning perfect for just about any room. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Mapa burl in center medallion One drawer. Specifications Finish: Dark Woodtone. read more

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Our Bari Martini Table stands ready to serve in many capacities. It's the perfect height for chair- or sofa-side service. The top ...and base are separated by iron rods wrapped in Philippine rope suggesting a previous life on board a ship. A truly unique piece. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Metal base wrapped with Phillippine Rope. Specifications Finish: Shoal. read more

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The tray set top of the Fairbanks End Table lends the design depth and dimension. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine qual...ity woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include One Drawer Two Fixed Shelves. Specifications Finish: Orchid Distressed: No. read more

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Paris' famed literary salons provided a time for intellectuals to gather for conversation and to share their knowledge. Our Soiree... Side Table would have easily fit into one of these events with its inviting design. The metal and glass pairing holds the focus on the table's form. You might even forget the table has a function you will be so enthralled with its beauty. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Metal base Glass Top Glass top is 1/2 thick. Specifications Finish: Heirloom Cherry. read more

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Open shelving suspended by narrow post legs creates a sense of architecture in the End Table. The clean lines are elegant in their... simplicity. One drawer one shelf. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include One drawer One shelf. Specifications Finish: Walnut. read more

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Versatile enough to be used as a bedside or end table the Carolina End Table has one drawer and two fixed shelves. Stanley Furnitu...re is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include One drawer Two fixed shelves. Specifications Finish: Classic Mahogany. read more

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France's national motto--Liberte egalite fraternite--offers words to live by. Our Vivant Side Table could be described as a table ...to live by. It provides a welcoming home for a lamp or a drink as well as a drawer and two shelves to accommodate books or small tokens you have gathered on your journeys. The table's Heirloom Cherry finish and simple brass knob give it classic appeal ensuring its place in your home for years to come. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include One drawer Two shelves. Specifications Finish: Heirloom Cherry. read more

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Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as alum...inum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. read more

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Choux pastry is a simple confection of water flour butter and eggs. Something so easy is the starting point for a range of elabora...te French desserts from profiteroles to eclairs. Airy and light the Arche End Table is just as simple upon first look. However when added to a living space the table's cabriole legs rich finish and genuine brass knob create something much more complex. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Plate 31 swirl mahogany Maple stringer One drawer. Specifications Finish: Heirloom Cherry. read more

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The diminutive scale tapered legs and pierced astragal stretchers of the Heyward Tea Table will impart a sense of refinement in an...y room. This multi-purpose table was inspired by an antique tea table found in the drawing room of the Heyward-Washington House. Its top measures 10 square. Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component Stanley Furniture focuses on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Materials Stanley Furniture is hand-crafted from fine quality woods and often incorporates other quality construction materials such as aluminum steel glass plastic leather and marble. Since wood is the main component we??????ll focus on how it??????s used to make fine quality furniture. Hardwood Hardwood refers to all leaf-bearing trees rather than any degree of hardness. Those most often used in furniture construction include ash birch butternut cherry gum mahogany maple oak pecan rosewood teak walnut and yellow poplar. Softwood Trees with needles or foliage that remains green year round. These include cedar fir pine and spruce. Woods for Frame Construction: Ash gum and yellow poplar are often used in frame construction and other interior areas for their strength stability and shock absorption qualities. Wood Preparation Wood contains natural moisture that accounts for as much as one-third of the total weight of lumber when it is ?rst received. ?????Curing???x9D lumber requires tremendous care and expertise. Our wood is air dried three to six months depending on its thickness; then placed in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. Moisture content of six to eight percent assures the stability of ?nished furniture in either humid or desert climates. After the lumber is properly dried it is planed and cut to various widths and lengths then matched for color. Even within the same tree color varies greatly. Finishes Sometimes the name on a piece of furniture describes the finish rather than the type of wood used in its construction. For example and oak finish can be applied to an entirely different species of wood. Be sure to check the finish color and species of your furniture. Construction Since wood is sensitive to heat and humidity floating joints must allow for expansion and contraction. For the same reason all joints are not only glued but are held by glue and nail. Features include Top measures 10 square. Specifications Finish: Church Coral. read more

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