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TRIBECCA HOME Mackenzie 7-piece Country Antique White Dining Set

Item# SPM5985882708 | Model# 111393W787PC-4260012 | Added on May 10, 2015 | Seller:
TRIBECCA HOME Mackenzie 7-piece Country Antique White Dining Set
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Add instant style to your dining room or kitchen with this beautiful antique dining set, which includes six chairs and a table. Each piece is crafted with a buttercream-colored base and a warm wooden top for a charming, traditional look.

This Mackenzie set includes a table and six chairs made from Asian rubberwood and wood veneers in butter cream and cherry finish. The dining chairs have criss-cross backrest design and turnip feet design, while the tabletop includes a butterfly leaf to extend the table length. This furniture set has a casual country charm with its distressed vintage markings and warm two-tone finish.
This design by Mackenzie Collection captures the essence of a casual country home. The buttercream finish is carefully contrasted with warm cherry wood tops. This simple and sturdy oval table is stylish enough to host guests in a dining room while remaining down to earth enough for everyday family meals. The table is 42 inches wide and 30 inches high, and extends with the butterfly leaf from 60 inches long to 78 inches long.

  • Colors: Buttercream and a distressed cherry finish
  • Two-tone dining set comes with one table and six coordinating chairs
  • Solid wood tabletop comes with a butterfly leaf
  • Unique chair-back is supported by turned legs
  • Distressed for a vintage look
  • Constructed of solid Asian rubber hardwood with wood veneer
  • Table measures 42 inches wide x 60 to 78 inches long x 30 inches high
  • Side chair measures 19.5 inches wide x 23 inches deep x 40.5 inches high
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