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Small Farm Tables Can Be Beautiful Too!

You have probably seen a lot of farm tables that are quite long, some of them are really long! But a farm table doesn’t have to be super-sized to show the same kind of charm that you see in bigger farm tables. For proof, check out this petite farm table, built by our friends at MT Farm Tables in Tom’s River, NJ. The table measures a short 43 inches in length, and is small enough to fit in just about any kitchen or dining room! And who can resist Osborne’s ultra-popular, super-chunky Husky Dining Table leg, part 1109? We love the brilliant white legs and base of both the tables and the chairs that contrasts so nicely with the gleaming dark tops. Notice the breadboard sides of the table, a unique twist on the breadboard ends that are so often seen on farm tables. We are so happy that MT Farm Tables shared this build with us!

Osborne Wood Products carries a diverse line of dining table legs. Our legs vary from the simpler Shaker and Mission styles to a lovely selection of turned legs, and even some that include delicate hand-carving. Our table legs are available in at least ten wood types, sanded to 150 grit and ready to finish. These skillfully-crafted table legs are sure to find a home in your next design.

Dining Table legs come completely unfinished without any holes or hardware. However, with Osborne’s millwork and installation services you are guaranteed a perfect fit! Work directly with a customer service representative to determine if your table leg needs hardware installed, a chamfer, or other services to simplify your design process. Have your legs shipped ready to simply install and finish, using the variety of services offered at Osborne. Customers can also order an entire table base kit from Osborne’s website, custom made to fit their table top.

Build Something Beautiful with Osborne’s table legs, and then send us a photo of your creation so that we can share your creation with other table lovers!

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