Pedestal Table Base

Sale price Price $495.00 Regular price Unit price  per 

Looking to make your table stand out? Finish your table project with a top quality solid wood table base from Wye Creek Woodworks.

Table bases are solid wood throughout and can be adapted to fit any length rectangular table by adding your own stretcher. When you are cutting the stretcher give 12” – 16” from the end of the tabletop to the legs to give enough room for someone at the end of the table to fit their legs under the table comfortably.

Rough sanding is lightly sanded (to 120 grit), with some saw lines still visible, in case you want the distressed/rustic look. Smooth sand eliminates saw lines.

As wood is a natural product, knots, imperfections, gouges and cracks may occur in the product. Any major gouges I fix with wood filler and sand, but there can be imperfections in the wood, especially as the wood expands/contracts between seasons after delivery.

The legs come disassembled, and some minor assembly is required. Comes with lag bolts to connect feet and arms top upright, as well as directions, and a template for cutting the size of the stretching.

It is best to paint or stain the legs while dis-assembled, then put together after finish is complete.

Size:
28.5" high
10" wide at widest point of upright
32" leg width

Wood Options:
Poplar: A softer hardwood. faint grain appearance. Great for painting. stain can be blotchy, so use pre-conditioner, or sanding sealer before staining to even out stain absorption.
Pine: A softwood. Strong grain appearance. Use if you don't mind dings and scratches over time. Use poly for protection. Paint or stain. stain can be blotchy, so use pre-conditioner, or sanding sealer before staining.
Maple: Hardwood. heavier, sturdier. Stains and paints well. No blotchiness when staining.
Walnut: Beautiful dark hardwood, heavy and sturdy. Can have lighter sapwood throughout. Please don't use paint on this beautiful wood :).
Red Oak: One of the most popular hardwoods due to its uniform, strong, straight grain, this hardwood is used in many high-end finishes. White Oak: Similar to Red Oak, but slightly paler with an olive tint, this is a sought after wood for interior finishing