Urban Living End Table
Our Urban Living End Table is built of the highest quality using sustainably harvested hardwoods to create a lasting piece of beautiful furniture. The table is photographed in Cherry with a Rich Tobacco finish.
Dimensions: 22"W x 24"D x 24"H
Custom Sizes and Finishes Available
As with all the products on our website, this piece is available in custom sizes and a large selection of finishes, finish combinations and wood species. Call 800-379-9750 or email us for a design consultation.
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Need a different finish, wood, and/or size? Call our design consultants for options.
Building family heirlooms one piece at a time.
The classic farm barn has been an American icon since the settling of America. Assembled and erected from solid wood beams using mortise and tenon joinery, these barns remain a symbol of sustainability. While many of yesterday’s barns have outlived their practical usefulness, there are almost as many still being utilized throughout the land. Their lifespan is not measured in years, but rather decades and centuries.
The woodworkers and craftsman that build our furniture look to the symbol of the American barn for its value as a sustainable product, made from quality materials and constructed using superior methods. There is a lot one can learn when looking at these iconic structures. The same can be said about every piece of furniture we sell. Only solid hardwood is used—not pressed wood; mortise and tenon joinery—not butt joints. And like the classic American barn, the lifespan of our furniture is built to be measured in decades and centuries. We don’t just build furniture, we build family heirlooms.
Our furniture is proudly made right here in the U.S.A. in family-owned facilities. When you buy from us, you are supporting more than just our family business, you are supporting the families of everyone involved. From the American timbers we use, to the truckers who deliver our furniture, we are pleased to be a contributor to the local economy and support small, family-owned businesses.