Brooklyn Oak Large Extending Dining Table

Brooklyn Oak Furniture is still the UK’s best-selling range of solid Oak home furniture. The Brooklyn Oak Large Extending Dining Table features a modern trendy style with clean lines and chunky tapered legs. When closed the table measures 130cm and can quickly be extended to a maximum length of 179cm by inserting the supplied extension leaf.

Solid Oak Dining Table

Brooklyn Oak is a large furniture collection manufactured exclusively for Coach House. The range covers oak bedroom furniture, oak living room furniture and oak dining room furniture. Only the finest American & Russian White Oak is chosen when manufacturing the furniture. Each item of Brooklyn Oak Furniture is then hand treated using pure Tung Oil. This process not only gives it an environment-friendly finish but also brings out the beautiful grain of the solid Oak. We recommend treating the Brooklyn Oak Large Extending Dining Table yearly with Tung oil. You may choose to oil the table more frequently than this if it gets a lot of use. By applying tung oil it feeds the wood and keeps the furniture looking fresh. Brooklyn Oak furniture will last a lifetime if cared for in the right manner.

Our strong belief is that we can’t be beaten on price or service for Brooklyn Oak Furniture. If you do somehow manage to find the same Brooklyn Oak Large Extending Dining Table cheaper elsewhere we aim to beat the price for you.

Brooklyn Oak Large Extending Dining Table

The Brooklyn Oak Extending Dining Table will only need quick home self-assembly by attaching the legs. Additionally, you can find more variations in size for Brooklyn Oak Dining Tables. To view, the Brooklyn Oak Square Dining Table click here. Free Delivery is standard to almost all of England. Feel free to contact our helpful staff should you require any further information. Our freephone number is 0800 170 1228 we also have a live chat facility and we will always reply to emails quickly.

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