The solid New Zealand pine Kincaid Plank Road Button Dining Table is a classic example. In this case, the beauty is in the details. Rather than using typical wood dimensions, much of final look can be traced back to the heavier thickness on the top and the legs. This sturdy look is in keeping with the Plank Road personality while maintaining clean lines. The Button round dining table comes with a 20-inch leaf to create an oval dining table. It also features our Kinguard Performance finish which adds a little extra protection should a spill happen.
Kincaid Plank Road Button Dining Table | Stone
DESIGN ELEMENTS & FEATURES
- Solid Wood Edges
- Performance finish
- Adjustable Levelers
- 20″ Leaf
- Seats 4-6
- New Zealand Pine
- Stone – a natural brown tone that lightly shades the pine lumber
Genuine solid wood is used on all exterior panels and shaped edges to provide quality and beauty that will last for generations. Kincaid does not use veneers, which often crack and peel over time. Many furniture manufacturers only use solid wood on drawer fronts, while the remainder of the product is veneer over particleboard. Edges are typically “banded” with a strip of solid wood to simulate solid wood construction, but below the veneer is particleboard. In certain instances Kincaid Furniture may use other construction methods to offer the most useful, practical, and/or the safest function to consumers.
Kincaid, in keeping with its tradition in styling, materials and finish, crafts its furniture collections using primarily solid woods selected for grain clarity, color coordination and design. Combinations of different solid wood species are used within each collection. Not all exposed surfaces of every collection are constructed of solid wood. Wood products, multi-layered plywood, veneers and laminates are used for certain structural elements, including exposed surfaces that support leather, cane wicker and other non-wood materials, as well as in select components including some decorative table tops, table skirts, bed rails, interior surfaces, back panels, pullout trays, serving surfaces, etc. Some of our furniture features metal, stone, marble, granite or a composite material with the appearance of these elements.