Chunky Wood Dining Table

chunky wood dining table
    dining table
  • a table at which meals are served; "he helped her clear the dining table"; "a feast was spread upon the board"
  • (Dining Tables) The first dining tables of which survivors remain are the type known as refectory tables. They are made usually of oak, and one of the earliest, at Penshurst Place in Kent, has a typical thick top of joined planks supported on three separate trestles.
  • A table on which meals are served in a dining room
  • A table is a type of furniture comprising an open, flat surface supported by a base or legs. It may be used to hold articles such as food or papers at a convenient or comfortable height when sitting, and is therefore often used in conjunction with chairs.
  • (of wool or a woolen garment) Thick and bulky
  • short and thick; as e.g. having short legs and heavy musculature; "some people seem born to be square and chunky"; "a dumpy little dumpling of a woman"; "dachshunds are long lowset dogs with drooping ears"; "a little church with a squat tower"; "a squatty red smokestack"; "a stumpy ungainly figure"
  • (of a person) Short and sturdy
  • Nestle Chunky is a candy bar known for its trapezoidal shape and consists of milk chocolate, California raisins and roasted peanuts. It is produced by Nestle.
  • like or containing small sticky lumps; "the dumplings were chunky pieces of uncooked dough"
  • Bulky and solid
  • Such material when cut and used as timber or fuel
  • the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
  • forest: the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area
  • United States film actress (1938-1981)
  • A golf club with a wooden or other head that is relatively broad from face to back (often with a numeral indicating the degree to which the face is angled to loft the ball)
  • The hard fibrous material that forms the main substance of the trunk or branches of a tree or shrub
chunky wood dining table - LAX Series
LAX Series Edge Dining Table
LAX Series Edge Dining Table
LAX.72.36.30.SW MASH Studios is a multidisciplinary Los Angeles based design firm that combines award winning design and engineering experience with local manufacturing capabilities, all with the goal of creating timeless design. Founded in 2002 by Bernard Brucha, MASH Studios is supported by a diverse team of designers, architects and engineers grounded in the core competencies of industrial design and fabrication. The dining experience. How can something so solid, look so light? Allow us to introduce the LAXseries Edge Table. The chunky square legs provide a sound foundation for the beautifully thin wood top. Seat up to 8 people, and enhance the dining experience, all at the same time. Designed by: MASH Studios Features: -Solid English walnut with natural oil finish. -Aluminum with white powder coat. -White aluminum leg details. -Ships flat. -Minor assembly required. -Overall dimensions: 29'' H x 72'' W x 36'' D. Specification Sheet

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The Center of the Katahdin Lodge Universe
The Center of the Katahdin Lodge Universe
Down there at the far end of Katahdin Lodge's long, wooden dining room table are: L to R--My Aunt Martha; next to Marty is one of her housekeeping staff, I hope to learn her name again; the goofin' gal down there at the end of the table and pinching her nose up at the camera is Cathy Glidden; the next woman may be Chuck's wife, because that is Chuck Chanadet next to her there. This beautiful, but serviceable, dining room table was the center of the Katahdin Lodge Universe. Look at how inviting that area is to human socialization. Let me rephrase this: Ain't that a peachy-keen spot for hanging out with family, friends, and new acquaintances? The most obvious thing to all who view this photo is the size and shape of the beautifully grained table. Look at all the room there is for big, full bowls and wide, full plates of food. And look at all the room there is for losta' friendly folk to sit all around that table, and to enjoy each other's company. Anyone for Cribbage? How about a game of Yatzee ? Man o' day! We at the Lodge proved how easy it was to get both those games rollin' on that table, with room to spare for numerous kibitzers too. Less than half the table is visible here. It was a great place to be when it was surrounded by small groups of gregarious people having the finest kind of times in Maine. Down past the end of the table to the left is the living room. Consequently, people in both the dining room and living room could all join in on any hilarious bantering that was bouncing about in either good-sized room. And the undoored entrance to the kitchen was directly behind me, when I took the photo. Anyone working in the kitchen, or just hanging out in there conversing, could easily join in on some conversation flowing smoothly out in the dining room, or vice-versa. That joint got real noisy at times. But it was usually good and friendly noise. A lot of that noise was the hearty laughter that always followed some well told joke. At times, that means dirty jokes. Martha Clarke had the ability to remember and effectively deliver lotsa' dirty jokes. When I was growing up, and Fin and Marty came to visit my parents at our house, Marty couldn't hardly wait till my two sisters and I went to bed, so that she could start telling dirty jokes. She most definitely could probably have been a popular stand up comedian. She could be one in the oft comically rude and crude 21st Century, but not back in the 1950s, '60s, and on into the '70s. Because the potency, and her effective delivery, of her hellacious, ever-ready repertoire of filthy jokes was enough to make Lenny Bruce blush. Take a gander, up into that photo of the dining room, and check out that long row of uncurtained windows, which are traveling the full length of the dining room and wrapped on around the front of the Lodge's main building there. I LOVE HAVING SUNLIGHT COMING IN THROUGH WINDOWS! Everyone in the dining room had a full, clear view of a large section of the property out there, including the entire horseshoe shaped driveway. The few times that a large wild animal was seen from inside the dining room, everyone there got a good, memorable view of it at the same time. If any vehicles entered the driveway, you could see who it was from all over the inside of the dining room area. Nobody had to get up from a scrumptious meal, a good game of cards, or an interesting and entertaining conversation to, "See who that is coming in". Scrumptious meals? DID I SAY SCRUMPTIOUS MEALS? Darn right I did! Meals at Katahdin Lodge were home cooked and served family style in much heftier proportions than was necessary. Men often gained weight the right way at Katahdin Lodge. Some hunters were returning guests who had come back to the Lodge on another hunting trip just for that healthy food factor. For the hunters it was: no stress from who knows what kind of a job, profession, or business; lots of fresh air; natural, quiet, peaceful time out in the woods alone; and plenty of homemade food. At home, many of them ate carry out and fast food quite a lot. There definitely were guys who were there more for their health than to bag a bear. We, who either worked at the Lodge or were one of the multitudes of returning guests, always got a kick out of first time guests who didn't know the ropes of the table yet. The rest of us would be happily sailing along and passing around bowls of good food while scooping out healthy, steaming piles of it onto our plates when newbies would be thinking, or grumbling, that there wasn't enough victuals being served to go around. But they'd get caught at their mistakes quick and informed, in-no-uncertain terms, "To take it easy man; that one bowl of fresh mashed potatoes ya got yur mitts on there isn't for the whole table; take what ya want; look, here she comes with two more bowls of it. They put several bowls of everything out." Or some friendly newbie would go for the last of some victuals lay
dining table and chairs main view
dining table and chairs main view
both table and chairs are on sale. Set of four white scoop-back chairs Espresso Round Dining Table with cutout legs. Chunky profile with circle-cutout legs. Heavy wood construction. Height adjustable hidden feet. Also sliders installed. Sturdy legs come off and put back via solid ion hidden plates. 107 cm table comfortably seats four. 107 cm diameter x 75 cm height The table is less than two years old. We bought it in September 2007. 240 euros Solid bentwood chairs rests on sturdy chrome-plated iron base. Stackable. The chairs are less than two years old. We bought them in September 2007. 47 cm width x 48.25 cm deep x 87.6 cm height; 47 cm height seat 200 euros

chunky wood dining table