The Yosemite collection recreates the improvised, utilitarian look of early 20th century factory furniture. Crafted entirely from solid wood, this group's roughhewn planks bear the characteristic saw marks, pits, and random knots of logs milled on the steam-powered circular and sash saws of the era.
- Constructed entirely from solid pine; does not contain engineered wood or plywood; zero formaldehyde emissions
- Great for use with stationary sofas; large cocktail table shelf provides ample storage
- Hand-hewn planks are carefully selected and joined to preserve natural saw marks, imperfections and varying depths from the milling process
- Unique cafe finish is a dark gray with just enough opacity to show clearly defined wood grain and a low-sheen lacquer that enhances depth and accentuates saw marks and rough spots without looking glossy
- Top panel features exposed tongue and groove breadboard ends with zinc bolts to enhance its turn-of-the-century industrial appeal
- Frame-and-panel construction, dowel joinery, and tongue-and-groove joinery ensure structural integrity; all wood is kiln dried for added strength and lasting beauty
- Please keep in mind that natural wood must breathe and is affected by environmental conditions. Expect to see shrinkage or expansion and plank movement over time. These are normal occurrences that will not affect the structural integrity of the piece. With proper care, this solid wood furniture product should last for generations
- Floor clearance 2 inches, shelf measures 39 inches wide by 22 inches deep
- Simple assembly procedure to bolt legs to shelf and top
||52" W x 18" H x 28" D
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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