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Missouri Hickory Wood Creates Beautiful Harvest Table

Wilmington Island Post

Close your eyes and picture your dream dining table. Imagine the beautiful wood piece sitting brilliantly in the center of your dining space. The natural wood is finished to perfectly matching table legs. Is your table a farm table with a rustic wood top? Or is it a classic dining table featuring elegant turnings and a natural wood finish? Or perhaps your dream table is a harvest table with a stunning apron and slender turned table legs. If this is your dream table, then you will love this design by Kirchhoff Tables!

Seth K. of Missouri has created another beautiful Harvest Table Design. For this project Seth chose the Wilmington Island Post (Part #1408) in Red Oak. This island size leg arrived to Seth standing at 34 1/2″ tall. Seth creatively and skillfully cut the leg to dining table height to create the perfect effect for the table he was creating.

Wilmington Island Post

After the legs were cut to just the right size, Seth was able to assemble and finish a stunning harvest table. The legs were stained with a dark finish that still allowed the natural grain of the oak to shine through. The same dark finishing style was applied to the wood top, which Seth tells us is Hickory wood harvested in Missouri.

Seth tells us about his most recent design, “This is a gorgeous harvest table with nice details. The Red Oak base & Hickory top both harvested right here in Missouri. The slender legs add a touch of elegance, and the scalloped apron not only makes the table unique, but functionally it also adds leg room for taller dinner guests! The legs and aprons utilize pinned mortise and tenon joints. Cross bracing and corner blocks underneath add structural rigidity. The custom oil based finish provides both warmth and depth.”

Thank you for sharing this project with us Seth. The table is amazing!

Be sure to check out the amazing designs featuring dining table legs from Osborne Wood Products.

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