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Sizes: 54″ and 60″ Round. 30″H. 1.5″ thick hardwood with solid iron base. The Eastport Round Dining Table provides an ideal spot for mealtimes. This urban cottage farmhouse table features a thick round tabletop supported by “c” shaped metal legs. This table can accommodate a wide range of design requirements as the table top comes is 24 different colors and can be combined with 4 different metal base finishes. Shown in almond top and blackened iron base.
Each piece is hand made and finished to order by skilled artisans. This table is part of The Hamptons Furniture Collection, a North American based workshop has been making custom hardwood furniture for over 30 years.
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54" & 60" Round. 30"H. 1.5" thick hardwood top with solid iron base. Customize with 7 stain, 17 paint, and 4 metal color options. Standard or minimally distressed finishes. Shown in almond top and blackened iron base.
Wood: Alder hardwood.
Alder is considered a soft hardwood, but has a medium-density, making it both lightweight and strong. It has properties like stiffness, shock resistance, and low bending strength. It has the highest hardwood lumber grade, with an impressive 83% clear face. It is very durable and therefore is a good choice for cabinet doors. The grain is straight, and the texture is uniform.
A relative of birch, alder is almost white when freshly cut, but quickly changes with exposure to air, becoming light brown with a yellow or reddish tinge. Even though alder can be considered by some to be bland with no real character, it can be impressive when stained and lacquered. Stain sinks readily into its open pores, and little stain is required to reflect a different character. The open pores of alder also lend to the easy application of lacquer coats. Lacquer penetrates alder fast and hardens inside the pores to provide a glassy coating.
Alder trees grow exceptionally fast and quickly grow up to one meter (three feet) per year. In terms of sustainable forest management, forests that are dominated by Alder trees can be harvested more often through coppice forestry methods. Alder wood grows throughout most of the United States and is readily adaptable to most climatic regions in the country. Eight species of Alder are native to the United States. The ability to source high-quality hardwood lumber that can grow close to home is a great strategy to reduce the carbon footprint associated with the materials in your home.
Alder wood is a raw product of nature. The grain patterns, knots, and color variations give each piece a unique charm. We are unable to control the placement of knots, grain patterns, texture and the expansion and contraction of wood. Small seasonal splits are common.
Standard Colors: 7 stain,17 paint, 4 metal. Clear Top Coat. Not available with custom colors. All pieces are also available unfinished.
Painted Finishes – Artisans hand-apply our painted finishes in multiple layers of stain and lacquer to create well-worn charm and sophistication. We use antiquing techniques, including dry brushing and hand rubbing of edges, to reveal undertones of stain and texture. All painted finishes will patina over time.
Stained Finishes – Stain finishes have multiple layers of hand applied stains and clear lacquers. Our antiquing process uses dry brushing and hand distressing with chains, wormholes, and other tools to mimic a natural worn piece of furniture with a satin patina.
Metal Finishes – Multiple layers of paints designed for hand forged cast iron metals are hand applied by artisans. We also use the natural characteristics and imperfections of iron which adds to each piece enhancing a natural antiqued feel with a satin patina.
Standard Distressing: Our antiquing process uses dry brushing and hand distressing with chains, wormholes, and other tools to mimic a natural worn piece of furniture with a satin patina. Painted finishes will have rubbed edges.
Minimal Distressing: We add no distressing to these lacquer finishes. Natural imperfections in the wood, such as wood grains and any other characteristics of natural wood formations, add distinctive texture. Painted finishes will not have rubbed edges,
Select painted colors and painted metallic finishes are only available as minimally distressed finishes including blueberry, red hot and lemon yellow.
The balance of painted colors and stains are standard with Standard Distressing. They are also optionally available as Minimally Distressed (no hand distressing, no rub on painted finishes but with wood grains and imperfections visible).
It is natural for the patina to change over time. You can help protect your furniture by NOT placing furniture in direct sunlight. Avoid extreme temperatures, harsh cleaners, candle wax, oil diffusers and ink. It takes the lacquer up to one year to fully cure.
For any type of spill, immediately wipe off the area with a soft, dry cloth. Small, superficial scratches or minor marks may be touched up using the finest steel wool possible (#0000). Using the pad, wipe gently in the direction of the grain. Then, apply a furniture wax such as Guardsman products, Briwax or Trewax.
If you place a wet substance on the furniture and a salamander ring appears, remove the wet item immediately. The lacquer needs to breathe. Once exposed to the air for a day, the cloudy water ring should disappear.
The Hamptons Collection
The Hamptons Furniture Collection offers premium custom finished wood furniture for the bedroom, living room, family room, dining room and office. This workshop specializes in eclectic cottage furniture blending antique furniture interpretations & modern furniture styles. Each piece of furniture is hand-finished by skilled artisans using a unique multi-layered hand lacquering and antiquing process in 17 paint colors, 7 stains and 4 metal finishes plus 18 different knob and pull options. This North American based workshop has been making custom furniture for over 35 years.
Request SamplesWe loan our wood, wicker & metal samples out free of charge; we ask that you return them so we can reuse them. Paper and fabric samples are yours to keep. Thank you!
The Hamptons Painted Furniture Collection production lead time is 6 - 8 weeks.
Furniture Orders: Production Lead Time + Transit Time (5 – 15 business days) = Delivery to Your Home
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