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Coaster Rectangular Butcher Block Farm Dining Table,Solid Natural Wood Finish

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Hardness: Pine/Poplar 350 – 400, Cypress: 500 – 600, Maple 900 – 950, Oak 1250 – 1300. All wood is dried to a 7-9% moisture content to minimize swelling and cracks. Pine is the most economical material, stains nicely and, since our tables are already distressed, can be an excellent choice. Since pine does have knots, they can bleed through surfaces, particularly with lighter colors. However, knots do add character to distressed wood tops. Bleed through on painted finishes can be avoided with a poplar top. Bleed through on stained finishes can be avoided with a maple top. Cypress is extremely decay and insect resistant due to the naturally occurring preservative known as cypressine. Therefore, a Country Farm table constructed out of cypress can be used outdoors! Wormy maple has some unique markings to provide additional character to the maple wood. The Ambrosia beetle causes the wormy pattern in Soft Maple lumber and the result is very unique-looking lumber. The wood has beautiful brown and gray stripes with small worm holes, which does not affect the final performance of the lumber in any negative way. Oak is a hard wood with distinct grain patterns. Quarter sawn oak provides a more uniform grain pattern than plain sawn oak. Oak can be stained or painted. The grain on painted oak will still be visible.

Hardness: Pine/Poplar 350 – 400, Cypress: 500 – 600, Maple 900 – 950, Oak 1250 – 1300. All wood is dried to a 7-9% moisture content to minimize swelling and cracks. Pine is the most economical material, stains nicely and, since our tables are already distressed, can be an excellent choice. Since pine does have knots, they can bleed through surfaces, particularly with lighter colors. However, knots do add character to distressed wood tops. Bleed through on painted finishes can be avoided with a poplar top. Bleed through on stained finishes can be avoided with a maple top. Cypress is extremely decay and insect resistant due to the naturally occurring preservative known as cypressine. Therefore, a Country Farm table constructed out of cypress can be used outdoors! Wormy maple has some unique markings to provide additional character to the maple wood. The Ambrosia beetle causes the wormy pattern in Soft Maple lumber and the result is very unique-looking lumber. The wood has beautiful brown and gray stripes with small worm holes, which does not affect the final performance of the lumber in any negative way. Oak is a hard wood with distinct grain patterns. The grain on painted oak will still be visible.

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Antique French Chestnut Country Farm Table at 1stdibs

Hardness: Pine/Poplar 350 – 400, Cypress: 500 – 600, Maple 900 – 950, Oak 1250 – 1300. All wood is dried to a 7-9% moisture content to minimize swelling and cracks. Pine is the most economical material, stains nicely and, since our tables are already distressed, can be an excellent choice. Since pine does have knots, they can bleed through surfaces, particularly with lighter colors. However, knots do add character to distressed wood tops. Bleed through on painted finishes can be avoided with a poplar top. Bleed through on stained finishes can be avoided with a maple top. Cypress is extremely decay and insect resistant due to the naturally occurring preservative known as cypressine. Therefore, a Country Farm table constructed out of cypress can be used outdoors! Wormy maple has some unique markings to provide additional character to the maple wood. The Ambrosia beetle causes the wormy pattern in Soft Maple lumber and the result is very unique-looking lumber. The wood has beautiful brown and gray stripes with small worm holes, which does not affect the final performance of the lumber in any negative way. Oak is a hard wood with distinct grain patterns. Oak can be stained or painted. The grain on painted oak will still be visible.