Signature Design by Ashley Rokane Rustic Farmhouse Dining Room Extension Table, Seats up to 8, Brown

(8 customer reviews)

$589.18

Product Dimensions 40.25″D x 78.5″W x 30″H
Color Brown
Shape Rectangle
Brand Signature Design by Ashley
Table design Dining Table
  • FARMHOUSE FRESH: Punctuated with a crossbuck trestle base and extension leaf to accommodate more guests, this urban farmhouse piece is sure to impress come mealtime
  • GREAT FOR FAMILIES: Quality constructed of solid wood and acacia veneer with a warm brown finish. Add chairs and a high chair and set the table for a homemade dinner the kids will enjoy
  • VERSATILE USE: Measuring 40.25″ W x 78.50″ D x 30″ H with leaf, and 60.50″ deep without it, it goes from small to large dining with ease. Also fits in small breakfast rooms or an eat-in kitchen
  • ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: Easy-to-follow instructions and hardware included. Two people recommended. Screwdriver (not included) is required for assembly
  • DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER: Ashley Furniture goes the extra mile to package, protect and deliver your purchase in a timely manner
  • BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: Designed and manufactured by Ashley Furniture Industries. The trusted source for stylish furniture, lighting, rugs, accessories and mattresses. For every taste and budget
SKU: B07SKKSVP6 Categories: , , ,

Description

Made with acacia veneers and hardwood solids with rough-sawn plank texture and warm Brown finish.


From the manufacturer

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Additional information

Weight 112 lbs
Dimensions 40.25 × 78.5 × 30 in
Color

Brown

Shape

Rectangle

Brand

Signature Design by Ashley

Table design

Dining Table

Style

Table

Seating Capacity

8

Room Type

Dining Room

Top Material Type

Acacia

Base Type

Leg

Unit Count

1.0 Count

Frame Material

Wood

Model Name

Rokane

Assembly Required

Yes

Product Care Instructions

Dry Clean Only

Included Components

Dining Table

Furniture Finish

Brown FinishVeneer

Product Dimensions

40.25 x 78.5 x 30 inches, 40.25D x 78.5W x 30H

Item Weight

112 pounds

ASIN

B07SKKSVP6

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

D397-35

Number of Pieces

1

Batteries Required

No

Manufacturer

Ashley Furniture Industries, Signature Design by Ashley

8 reviews for Signature Design by Ashley Rokane Rustic Farmhouse Dining Room Extension Table, Seats up to 8, Brown

  1. Mark A Spencer

    Good Table But Miserable To AssembleThis review is complex. The product quality is “OK”, but there were problems. So I will divide my comments into categories…Material: The wood is OK. It seems stained, but unfinished. A spray of polyurathane would have helped the look. But I can do that thinned and brushed. The top of my table was alternated sanded boards and quarter-sawn boards. But they were uniformly-alternated, so you could consider that a deliberate design feature. But aware of that. This is not a sanded-smooth top.It is mostly solid wood. The legs are sturdy and there are cross-braces. The design is strong.Assembly: But that’s where the good part ends. I didn’t mind the self-assembly work. I’ve built a deck, shed, fence. raised garden beds, self-assembly bookcases, and paneled the basement. I am accustomed to amateur construction. But the assembly design is horrid! The hex-wrench tightening gives you about a quarter of a machine-screw turn and fitting the hex wrench each time is difficult into the machine screw top from lack of space. You CAN’T get at most of the leg machine screws directly without bright light and a steady hand.I even cut off a short piece of the hex wrench that fit into a socket wrench and the opening was too small to allow that to work. So parts of the assembly are maddeningly difficult. Pocket screws would have been SO MUCH easier and just as strong.Many of the attachments are a dowel and a metal-threaded tap hole for the machine screw. That’s good, but there is too much movement. Some of the braces and leg-assemblies don’t line up. I had to stand on some of the assemblies on a good flat floor to force them flat and then use the hex wrench to force then tight. Some pieces of wood were slightly bowed, but enough tightening got them attached flat.Standing on the assemblies helped, but some braces are at slightly odd angles. Functionally solid, I think, but anyone looking at them would see the disuniformity.Instructions: There are no written instructions. It is all just sketches. Well, at least there wasn’t 100 parts, but written instructions would have helped. Just one more thing that could have been better.Odd things: I opened the box on the floor on the side that seemed to be indicated. It should have been the other way. It took an hour to get all the parts separated. There were straps holding the tabletop to the individual boxes of parts. And the straps were attached to the bottom of the tabletop.The instructions didn’t mention removing them, so I wasn’t sure if they were part of the table extention process. I finally decided they weren’t, but it was another problem to solve.Completion: The instructions say it takes 2 people. Believe them. This is a heavy table. Plus, while it looks to me as though the table will be very solid upright, getting it upright looks iffy. I’ll need a neighbor to hel me turn it upright. I don’t thing the legs would stand the weight at an angle while I personally grunted it onto its side and then upright.Observations: The instructions show that you have to unscrew a block of metal to allow expanding the table to drop in the center leaf. But my table came with 2 latches, which seem a lot easier. Some parts of this table are well-designed. I could have built this better myself and cheaper. I got lazy and bought it impulsively. I regret it, but have it now.Conclusion: The table will be good when uprighted (carefully). And I think I’m going to like it. But if you don’t want to spend days fighting with assembly, you probably should have a store-bought table delivered (and assembled by professionals. if required) This has been a week of frustration.Seems like a good table I will enjoy, but getting it assembled is not for the weak of heart… LOL!

  2. Melgib

    So beautifulThis table is sturdy and very very cute. I assembled it by myself in no time. The instructions are a little unclear but once I figured it out, it took me 30 minutes to put it together. I really love the look of this table. I recommend it 100%

  3. Karla

    Very wobblyTable is very wobbly. Has scratches on 3 corners

  4. Ash Appleby

    Beautiful sturdy tableWe love this table and chair set (this particular link is for the table only, we purchased the matching chairs/bench on Amazon as well). The product is made well and looks beautiful. In the past we’ve just went with IKEA and finally wanted a more “adult” product. You can tell by the feel and weight of this product that it’s great quality for the price. Don’t hesitate!

  5. Faizeen Zafar

    Nice and sturdy tableArrived in good condition with just a few scuff marks that I don’t care about much. The instructions made sense and was easy to assemble for the most part. Looks nice and sturdy!

  6. Lesatele5

    Love my new dining table!!I was nervous seeing the reviews of poor packaging BUT I couldn’t help it and bought it anyways! Thank goodness my table arrive in perfect condition 🙂 love the sturdiness & goes perfect w my dining chairs. I’m hoping it’ll last us for awhile 🙂

  7. Vijai Kalathur

    Love the look of the tableWas very easy to assemble in about 30 mins and love the look of the table!

  8. None

    Great Table!

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