Sugar Maple 52 1/2” Table
Classic sugar maple table with wide grain patterns, complimented by subtle hints of curly maple, knots, and organic discoloration.
U Style Black Steel (powder-coated)
52 1/2”L x 32 7/8”W x 29 5/8”H, Top 7/8” thick
Introducing our exquisite Sugar Maple 52 1/2” Table – a testament to the artistry of fine craftsmanship and the natural beauty of solid wood. Crafted with precision and passion, this table boasts a length of 52 1/2 inches, striking the perfect balance between functionality and aesthetics, making it an ideal addition to any home.
The Sugar Maple used in the creation of this table is celebrated for its distinctive grain patterns, offering a unique and visually appealing surface.
Each piece is carefully chosen to ensure a seamless blend of durability and elegance, showcasing the innate character of the wood.
The warm, honey-toned hues of Sugar Maple bring a touch of warmth to your living space, creating an inviting atmosphere for gatherings and daily use.
Meticulously constructed, this table promises longevity and resilience, embodying the enduring charm of solid wood furniture. The 52 1/2” length provides ample space for dining or various activities, catering to both intimate settings and larger gatherings.
Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or enjoying a casual meal, the Sugar Maple 52 1/2” Table is designed to enhance your living space.
Elevate your home with this handcrafted masterpiece, where form meets function, and the natural allure of Sugar Maple becomes a defining feature in your decor. It’s not just a table; it’s an expression of timeless beauty and functional artistry.
Every Forest Table in our collection is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified.
It’s rare to find someone in North America who both harvests their lumber from their forest, and crafts tables for sale, but at Forest to Table, I am committed to this unique approach. We carefully select and cut trees or salvage felled wood, following eco-forestry principles to preserve our forest’s diverse ecosystem. With the help of small equipment, friends, family, and local businesses, we harvest logs and bring portable sawmills to our property for milling.
Our dedication to sustainability extends through our studio workshop, powered by the solar panels on our roof, and the repurposing of discarded hardwood lumber for heating.