I searched high and low for a table that was exactly like this- 2 leaves that were hidden away and making the table smaller than my old table in the closed position and bigger with the leaves. It's sturdy and gorgeous.
The main issue I had with dining tables in the past was that I always bumped my knee on the legs. I fell in love with this table legs the first time I saw it. I've looked in many places including local furniture stores and web stores and it's either they didn't have it or too expensive.
I came across this website one day and found that I could customize the table to the size I need, color I wanted and the type of finish I love, and they had the best price I could find.
The table was carefully delivered and assembled by their own employee. Every little part was well made and flawless. I'm really happy with this table and it's very easy to take care of.
Ok, this is about to sound like a commercial, but when you find something amazing you have to share.
Some things are worth waiting for!! When we decided to settle in one place we both agreed that it was time for a new kitchen table. After an EXTENSIVE search, I found Countryside Amish Furniture, LLC . Solid wood (nothing engineered and no veneers), amazing construction, comparable in price to other stores, I was able to pick the wood and stain color, $150 nationwide delivery, and a military discount! The only downside is that it took 20 weeks to get it from the time I placed my order, but I knew that going in. Ooh, and the customer service experience was top-notch! With two internal butterfly leaves it goes from seating 6 to up to 14 with the right chair configuration. I am in love!!!
We bought this table recently as our kitchen/dining table since we don't have a separate dining room. We love the look and feel, the pieces fit together incredibly smoothly and lock in place, and the leaves expand the table perfectly. We bought the 36x60 -- the table without any leaves can fit 4 people comfortably, or 6 people tightly. The table with both leaves can fit 8 people comfortably, or 12 people tightly. My husband loves the look of the rough sawn maple, where the "imperfections" add to the aesthetic, and it's both a visually elegant and a perfect "tavern table" feel at the same time.