The French Provincial Table grandly showcases French elegance and style—from the fluted legs, and carved medallions, to the forged metal edging. This table has a V-groove top and (2) 16" table leaves that expand the table.
French Provincial Table: An Elegant French Dining Table
Louis XV popularized ornately carved details on furnishings. Today, these Provincial details are still considered quintessentially French. The Provincial Dining Table grandly showcases these attributes—from the fluted legs, and carved medallions to the forged metal edging—all which exude handcrafted French elegance at its best.
The French-style table has a solid wood top, and hardwood fluted legs for enduring strength. The table top options include "Stained Pine" wood, "Hand-Planed" new wood planed and distressed, or "Birch" hardwood. The top has a V-groove joints to give it a planked appearance. The V-grooves are carved into one solid piece of wood to give it the look of many boards. The corners have forged metal fasteners to give the dining table added grandeur.
The ends of the table top have "breadboard" ends that pull out to allow for 16 inch extensions to be added to table. The table leaves expand the dining table for additional seating at large gatherings.
The large, 5" fluted legs feature carved medallions adding French elegance to the table. The dining table has a generous 44" width to provide plenty of serving space. The table skirt has a raised contoured cut to provide additional leg room to the French-style table.
The French Provincial Table has sturdy solid wood construction that will stand up to daily use. The table top is stained, watersealed, and waxed to prevent water rings. Easy soap and water clean-up.
The Provincial table is available in lengths of 5', 6', 7', and 8'. It can be custom ordered in various lengths and widths
| Delivery Info
$199.00 FLAT FEE
DELIVERS TO USA & *CANADA
We deliver throughout the US offering a White Glove Delivery service.
*Some areas of Canada may be covered. Shipping & Delivery.
| Color Selections
All the finishes that we offer on our furniture are uniquely French Country. We offer traditional milk paint finishes and low VOC stains that are healthy for you and the environment. All finishes are hand applied, then lightly rubbed for time worn character. Our "Aged Finish" stains are achieved with multiple coats of stain followed by the application of a glaze. Our finishers lightly surface distress tops for a time worn appearance. All finishes are water sealed and waxed for easy care, everyday use.
Milk Paints (click image to see color in new window )
Stains & Aged Finish Stains (click image to see color in new window )
| CUSTOM ORDERS
Need this item customized? We can build it in a size or configuration that fits your home! We'll need to know what your size needs are and any customizations you are thinking of doing. With those details we can provide more information and pricing on making a custom piece of furniture for you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Have A Question! form.
| Wood Top Styles
We offer (4) styles of tops on all of our furniture: Stained Pine, Hand Planed, Birch, and Vintage Pine. You choose the table top that fits your style of table. Our Aged Finish tops are also available, these colors are Caramel, Sequoia, and Tuscan Sunset (see above color links). Aged Finish tops are achieved with a stain, glaze and surface distressing.
Top Styles (click to see an example of the top in a new window )
"Stained Pine" is our standard solid wood top featured on all furniture pieces.
"Hand Planed" is a Stained Pine top which has a planed down surface to open the grain of the wood to allow a deeper stain color. This technique provides an uneven, grooved surface for a more rustic look.
"Vintage Pine" is made from reclaimed wood from old hunting cabins, buildings, and cottages. No two tops are alike, some are more rustic than others, they can be very distressed by their weather worn age. You should expect that some have divots and worming.
"Birch" is a hardwood top that has less wood grain and no knots when compared to Pine. Birch is a popular choice for customers looking for a harder top for children or heavy wear.
| French Provincial Table Examples
Here are other examples of French Provincial Table
Examples (click to see an example in a new window )
French Provincial Table, Sturbridge Glaze
French Provincial Table, Champlain Glaze
French Provincial Table, Sturbridge Glaze