The Nook 80" Large Rectangular Leg Table
The Nook can also be configured in this larger 80-inch rectangular size for seating up to eight. The solid wood construction and our Kinguard performance finish make this an ideal dining table for everyday use.
About This Collection
It's not just for breakfast anymore! Often referred to as "the breakfast nook", the casual dining space adjacent to today's kitchens has become the hub of all family life. And a space with this kind of exposure to everyday life needs to look and perform great - even under pressure!
The Nook from Kincaid Furniture is a casual dining solution that builds on the family-friendly benefits of solid wood construction and the Kinguard performance finish. Choose from a variety of flexible options to fit most any kitchen dining space:
Round or Rectangular dining table shape30" standard height or 36" counter height dining tablesTables from 44" round up to 80" rectangularSeating from two up to six chairsSeating surfaces in solid wood seat or upholstered seat with performance fabricTwo flavors - Brushed Oak or Hewned MapleDimensions
Body Height: 30.0 Body Width: 80.0 Body Length: 40.0 Design Elements and Features
Solid Wood and Performance Finish
Care and Cleaning
Care & Cleaning/Care of Finish - Finishes are naturally resistant to minor everyday hazards or accidents, however, some precautions are necessary to maintain the beauty of wood furniture. (1) Dust with soft cloth slightly moistened with water. Always rub in the direction of the wood grain. (2) Do not place beverages directly on furniture. (3) Furniture should not be placed in direct sunlight. (4) Remove any spills or smudges immediately.
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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