Our Price: $214.58
List Price: $286.57, You Save: 25%, No Sales Tax, Except CT
- Butcher Block top
- Fold-A-Way Butcher Block Table
- Top is 7/8" thick
- 24"W x 18"D x 30"H with one leaf open
- 24"W x 36"D x 30"H when fully open
- 24"W x 10"D x 30"H when closed
- Dual leaf construction allows for one or two leaves to be raised
- Solid domestic birch hardwood throughout
- Butcher block construction
- Handles in sides
- Oil finish
- Assembly required
- Weight: 35 Lbs.
- Ships via UPS (1 Box)
- This is an Eco-Friendly product
- Block Care Instructions
- How to Maintain your Butcher Block
- Made in the USA
Catskill Craftsmen's Popular Fold-A-Way Butcher Block Table has been redesigned! You can now have one or two leaves in the open position. With one leaf open you have three times the square feet of top space for single dining/utility. With two leaves open you have almost six square feet of top working space, or enough space for a comfortable dinner for two. When closed, the two drop leaves and the swing leg assemblies fold into a 5 ½" base. Against the wall, the unit takes up only ten inches of outward space.
(W = side to side) (D = front to back) (H = top to bottom)
Overall: 36" W x 24" D x 30" H
Overall with both drop leaves up: 36" W x 24" D x 30" H
Overall with one drop leaves up: 18" W x 24" D x 30" H
Overall with both drop leaves down: 10" W x 24" D x 30" H
Ships via UPS/FedEx Ground
by: Jeff ✔Verified Buyer from: Green Valley, Az on: February 10, 2014
| ||Easy to assemble and appears to be very sturdy. The only negative I have is it's overall height. I knew it was only 30" high and that will work, but I think it would be more useful at 36" high.
|Love this table!
by: KJ ✔Verified Buyer from: Omaha, NE on: August 26, 2009
| ||This is a great table. I purchased it for a new studio apartment I am moving into. It is very sturdy, thanks to the gateleg design. The wood and the craftmanship are beautiful! I am so happy I ordered it! The instructions were very clear, and I put it together myself. I am 51 and usually I do things like use a stapler or a shoe heel as a hammer to hang pics. : ) Anyway, when it was all done, I felt like it was a piece of furniture that I built, not just a table in a box that was "assembled". It took about an hour from start to finish. Everything about the transaction was excellent!