Round Solid Mango Dining
The Home Trends and Design Colonial Plantation Round Dining Table is made of solid mango. Choose from a few sizes.
It’s a richly finished heirloom quality piece of furniture. This table is as substantial as it appears. The base is solid, everything about this table is solid!
This piece is constructed from plantation grown mango wood and finished with a water based lacquer. Hand-made with generous proportions, the table features hand-planed surfaces and customary construction techniques.
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Real wood, not fake wood
Real wood has a strength that stands the test of time.
Many competitor products use particle board (also called MDF) that is covered in a laminate (plastic that has a wood look). If any part of the laminate or veneer peels away, the exposed particle board will crumble. The moisture expands the particle board and is not repairable.
Furniture in the Raw only represents solid wood and real wood plywood in all its products. We never use inferior particle board.
Real Wood Characteristics
Congratulations on purchasing real wood furniture. Each tree is unique. Knots, cracks, grain variations and color differences are inherent characteristics and enhance the natural beauty of each piece. Changes in humidity due to air conditioning or heaters, exposure to direct sunlight, surface moisture and seasonal climate variations can cause wood to expand and contract over time. You can expect to find slight shrinkage, seasonal cracks or splits from time to time. These are normal occurrences that will not affect structural integrity of the piece. Our time-honored construction techniques such as mortise and tenon joinery, dovetailed drawers & floating tops and panels ensure this product’s durability by allowing for the natural expansion and contraction of real wood. Variations in rustic finishes, including worn edges, uneven planks, dents and nicks are considered a natural distressed characteristic of this furniture, and are not considered defects but rather are desired as character traits.
Care For Finished Furniture
Clean with a damp cloth and towel dry immediately. From time to time applying a light coat of lemon or orange oil can help preserve the luster and protect the wood. We also recommend natural Bees Wax. Do not use care products that contain ammonia or silicone, as they will cut through the finish over time and damage the finish. With proper care, real wood furniture lasts for generations.
Matching chairs available.