Yellow Pine Crossleg Table - Size 6ft & 8ft

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Host fantastic picnics a few steps from your front door and brighten your day with barbecue and salads, ice cold beer and lemonade, fruit pies and ice cream spread out on our Yellow Pine Crossleg Table.Β Our pine cross-leg table is made with knot-free yellow pine wood, the most preferred and superior pine quality. You get to choose your favorite stain color to match your taste or already existing design needs.

The stained wood brings out the natural wood grain and gives it some extra weather-resistant properties, so you can be confident this table will see plenty of years of use. Or, order it unfinished (no stain) so you can stain or paint it yourself!

Painted or stained yellow pine is perfect for covered porches or when kept under a cover and requires some maintenance over time.Β  Painted or stained yellow pine is NOT recommended for extended direct exposure to rain, snow, heat, or moisture that can cause rot.Β  For those applications, choose a Pressure Treated Pine, Western Red Cedar, or Recycled Plastic Β product instead.

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  • Add the benches of your choice
  • Handcrafted in the USA
  • Solid Knotfree Yellow Pine
  • Optional FREE 2" umbrella hole
  • Available in 4 sizes:Β 4ft, 5ft, 6ft, and 8ft

6' Weight Capacity: 500 lbs
8' Weight Capacity: 600 lbs

6' Seating Capacity: 3 people
8' Seating Capacity: 4 people

Material: Solid Knotfree Yellow Pine
Use: Outdoors
6ft: Table Top 70"L 27"D 30"H, 8ft: Table Top 94"L 27"D 30"H
Weight: 6ft: 91lbs, 8ft: 150lbs
SKU #: 203, 204
Assembly: Some assembly required
Returns: Due to the large size, this item is final sale and non-returnable, with the exception of items with defects.
Warranty: This product is proudly Made in America, and we stand behind the quality of our wood products. Which is why this product is backed by a one-year manufacturer warranty. You can learn more by downloading this PDF for details.

Available Colors:

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