This is another example of Cannon Hill building completely custom. This reclaimed oak table was designed through a collaborative process whereby we drew pedestal designs and the client mixed and matched between them. The table has one 24" extension to add two diners to the table. It was a custom brown wipe on stain, and a lacquer protective spray over it.
This walnut dining table is five feet long to comfortably seat six diners and it extends to seven feet long to seat eight. We moved the legs of the base further towards the ends of the table to accommodate two chairs being tucked in. A note about chairs; they come in a variety of widths from 15" to 22" wide, with the most common being 17-19" wide. When we make chairs they are typically 17.5" wide. What the client did here was very wise- she chose an open base shape, a trapezoid. This allows her to cheat the legs of the table towards the ends to fit two chairs in.