The abundance of pine trees throughout the United States makes pine wood an economical and ecologically sustainable choice in wood material.
While pine is softer than oak, it’s still a popular material for making furniture as it’s structurally sound and easy to paint. The grain pattern is versatile as a stained pine table top is also an attractive look. As a pine furniture piece ages, it can show a nice patina that gives it an antique flare.
Because it’s a softer wood, it’s not as resistant to wear and tear like tough oak. When going for a distressed look, softer pine wood is perfect. Pine wood table tops may need some occasional refinishing but some think dings and dents add character to the wood (as seen with farmhouse style furniture).
Like oak, you will find the occasional knots in some pieces which fit in with rustic decor. Mixing up wood grains can add dimension to a rustic theme, and the right pine table top could be the perfect complement to such a medley.
Mount to bases with:
NOTE – Because shipping costs are so high, we no longer accept orders quantities less than 4 pieces on anything over 42″ in length (mix of sizes is OK). They must ship on a pallet and the cost is VERY HIGH unless shipping in quantities of 6 or more.
NOTE – Alterations made to any product voids any warranty that may have been available.
Not recommended for outdoor use.
For any top over 60″ in length, we recommend a base that gives FULL support, not just a couple of pedestal bases. Longer tops can sag over time so a fully supported base is necessary.