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Nelling Dining Room Table

Signature Design By Ashley
Nelling Two-tone Collection

Features

  • Made of wood, white oak veneer and engineered wood
  • Two-tone finish (painted white and dark brown oak-tone)
  • Weathered wood grain texture
  • Assembly required

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This dining room table has all the right ingredients for farmhouse-inspired style with a casual vibe. It's beautifully crafted with a fresh white finish and a dark brown wood tone top for gently weathered charm. Table's round design makes for great flow and a friendly, inviting feel.

Features

  • Made of wood, white oak veneer and engineered wood
  • Two-tone finish (painted white and dark brown oak-tone)
  • Weathered wood grain texture
  • Assembly required
Product Specifications
Brand Name Signature Design by Ashley®
Color Two-tone
Consumer Assembly Assembly Required
Consumer Description Dining Room Table
Friendly Description Dining Room Table
Item Code Dining Table
Item Color Key 2395
Item Name Nelling Dining Room Table
Item Series Name Nelling
Item Type Kit
Item Weight Kg 22.22
Item Weight Lbs 48.99
Manufacturer Warranty Days 365
Retail Type Casual Tables
Series Id D287
Sku D287D2
Unit Depth Inches 42
Unit Depth Mm 1066.8
Unit Friendly Dimensions Inches 42''W x 42''D x 30''H
Unit Height Inches 30
Unit Height Mm 762
Unit Width Inches 42
Unit Width Mm 1066.8
Vendor Name Ashley

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  • Type: Tables

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