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With sleek lines and a rich brown finish, this convertible height table is sure to turn heads. With the option to be both a standard and pub height table, this piece is great for a formal dinner or a cocktail party with friends. The addition of a self-storing leaf allows you to seat four to eight people effortlessly for whatever gathering you choose to host. Conveniently placed on the side of the table are two spacious drawers which are perfect for housing spare napkins, extra placemats, or even games. Constructed from solid wood, this piece is sure to last as long as the memories made around it.
The Chesney Contemporary Convertible Height Storage Table with Self Storing Leaf, made by AAmerica,
is brought to you by Mueller Furniture. Mueller Furniture is a local furniture store, serving the Belleville, Lake St. Louis, Ellisville, Wentzville, West County, Chesterfield, MO, St. Charles, St. Louis Area, IL Furniture Store area. Product availability may vary.
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Built-In Table Storage
Do you ever find yourself getting up from the dinner table because you forgot something? Built-in table storage keeps items such as dishes, napkins, and silverware on hand without the extra clutter.
Sometimes you need to accommodate extra guests, other times you need less room at the table. A self-storing leaf is hidden inside the table and can temporarily extend your table space to fit your needs.
Adjustable Height Tables
Whether you want to keep your table at a standard height for regular meals or raise it up for a more bar-like atmosphere, you can easily change the height of your dining table for any occasion with table leg extensions.
Solid wood is very durable and can be resanded or refinished if it starts to show scratches and wear. Furniture with thin wood veneers cannot be sanded or finished without damaging and exposing the substrate of wood solids underneath.