Gallery, Posts, Legs and Table Skirts

First Dining Table Project a Huge Success

Traditional Fluted Dining Table Leg
Traditional Fluted Dining Table Leg

There is nothing that brings a dining area together like a real wood dining table. Not only do dining tables add magnificent detail and style to the home, but they add immense value as well. Whether your dining table features simple shaker style legs, exhibits a down home farm feel, is a modern or eclectic design, or anything in between, a dining table is uniquely yours. Handcrafted, customized, and beautiful, a solid wood dining table is the perfect expression of design and personality.

Today I would love to feature a stunning table design by Leslie. Leslie found the Fluted Modified English Country Dining Table Leg (Part #1112) in Hard Maple to complete her stunning table design. In addition to the beautifully turned table legs, Leslie took advantage of the table base kitsavailable from Osborne Wood Products. We created a table skirt to match Leslie’s table exactly! The skirt flawlessly fit a 47″ x 47″ table top, allowing for a 3″ overhang on all four sides. The skirting featured a simple yet elegant beaded profile for added design. The skirting kit arrived with all hardware needed to assemble the table base, and the legs featured a mortise, chamfer, and hardware pre-installed to allow for easy assembly.

Leslie told Osborne that the table, “turned out wonderfully.” We couldn’t agree more! Amazing work Leslie! Thank you so much for sharing your table design with us!

Is a new dining table on your spring cleaning list? Consider a solid wood table that you can build yourself! Be sure to check out the wide variety of table leg sizes and styles from Osborne Wood Products! Combine the table legs with a table apron kit and we’ll send you a kit to match your table top! Have questions? Give our friendly and knowledgeable customer service staff call. We’ll be glad to walk you through the table kit assembly process and answer any questions you may have!

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