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If you have been looking for a cheap living room table reviews, this Whi Solid Wood Live Edge Accent is the best choice for you. This product has received high praise from customers. The Whi Solid Wood Live Edge Accent are far more reliable and easier to use than anything else on the market. There’s a special offer on product this week, and if you were smart, you’d buy it now before the prices go up.
Do you know what is the superiority of this living room table?
Rustic modern style with mid-century influence Live-edge detailing brings the table top to life Solid acacia wood with a walnut finish Solid wood A-line legs Naturally occurring knots and markings in the solid wood make each one of these hand-crafted pieces unique
What are the special features of this Whi Solid Wood Live Edge Accent ?
The live edge detailing brings this accent table to life Along with the naturally occurring solid acacia wood details. Each piece is handcrafted and hand-finished, bringing a unique touch to every rustic table. The compact size of this wooden accent table allows for flexibility of use – as an end table in the living room, as a side table in the bedroom, or as an accent piece in the hallway. The rich Walnut finish is the perfect ending to this beautiful piece.
Customer reviewsVery durable and well made--real solid wood
The table came exactly as promised and meets the product description. It's thick, heavy, solid wood--and the directions on attaching the legs were very clear. The legs were individually numbered and small corresponding numbers were put near each hole on the top so assembly is practically dummy-proof. It's super solid with a metal bar that runs across the grain on the bottom side of the table, I think to just reinforce the strength of the top. It's the type of table that will take abuse but can be sanded down and refinished to look new again.