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Sydney Accent Table - Oak

Delivery and pick-up details
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Customer Assembly Required
Item Code: T007-319
Dimensions: Width: 13''  Height: 23''  Depth: 22'' 

Colour:   Oak Cherry Espresso Birch Burnished Oak Stain

Product Overview

Durable, attractive and at home in any room or décor, this chairside end table boasts versatility and style in spades. Constructed from rock-solid hardwoods with an oak veneer, the vintage-casual inspiration shines through in its large drawer and ample shelving for display or storage. Fit this piece into your living room today!

Key Features
-Table features working storage drawer and ample lower shelf.
-Oak veneer and hardwood solids.
-Bronze color drawer handle.
-Vintage casual design.
Dimensions & Specifications
End Table: 14"W x 22"D x 23"H.
Materials & Construction
Wood Types: Oak Veneers and Hardwood Solids;
Hardwoods produce very strong, stable, and durable furniture. The use of veneers often achieves unique, interesting patterns and designs that otherwise cannot be mimicked when using solid woods.

Finish Types: Oak Veneers; ;
Oak veneer is strong, durable and tight-grained; won’t warp, split or crack over time. The use of veneers often achieves unique, interesting patterns and designs otherwise unable to mimic when using solid woods.

General Construction: Corner Blocked and Glued;
Corner Blocking refers to the process in which the frames of high stress points for case goods, an extra block of wood is often added to joints in order to give additional support. This technique is used on excellent quality furniture.

Customer assembly required.