Butcher Block breakfast table

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This small breakfast table is perfect for those people who are short on dining space. Even though it’s small, it doesn’t lack for quality. The top is solid butcherblock and the legs are solid wood as well. It would also be a great desk or craft sized table!
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Small maple table

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Beautiful, simple, modern…..that’s what I see when I look at this rectangular maple table. I can picture it in a breakfast area, a craft room, a playroom (for homework!!), or even as a desk. My customer requested a pale gray paint (just a tiny hint of it), and a dark top. The results were incredible. I painted her chairs to match and then reupholstered the seat cushions with a classic stripe, gray & white fabric.  It’s the perfect size for her small breakfast area!

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Butcher Block Table & 4 Chairs

This item has been soldButcher block table & 4 chairsI got so many requests for my most recent butcher block table that I had to go out and find another one. And bonus….this one has 4 chairs to go with it! Score!  This one is slightly narrower, at 30″ instead of 36″, and has straight legs.  It would be perfect for a breakfast nook, or small eat in kitchen.

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Maple butcher block table

This item has been soldMaple butcher block tableYou’ve probably seen a million of these tables in your lifetime right? Or owned at least one.  I know I have.  I just wish, before I got rid of mine, I had taken the time to make it look like this! How great would this look in a beach house?! It goes with so many decors.  Beachey, shabby chic, cottage.  This would even look great with some upholstered benches on either side. Or what about a craft room table….a desk….so many possibilities.

When I found this it had that orangey golden tone all over, that polyurethane gets with age.  So it was all stripped down to bare wood.  The top got a driftwood colored stain.  And the base got one of my favorites, ColorPlace, by Sherwin Williams-Quaint Village Green.  I’m not really sure why they call it green because it’s much more of a blue shade.  It totally reminds me of beach glass…watery blue with a tiny hint of green.
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