The aesthetic ideals common to traditional Japanese design and Western Modernism are on display in the Kyoto dining collection. Its broad surfaces and simple geometry give way to the naturally complex beauty of Kyoto's solid Walnut grain. Following the principle that the Copeland Furniture define the Copeland surroundings, qualities such as Simplicity, Asymmetry, Understatement and Naturalness come together in Kyoto to produce a design that subtly brings the mind to a state of tranquility or active-calm. All pieces are crafted in solid American black walnut hardwood and are finished with a low sheen (10 sheen) top coat. Extension tables incorporate self equalizing, ball bearing extension glides and a single self storing butterfly leaf for single handed operation.
- Set includes 1 table, 2 side chairs, 2 arm chairs
- Kyoto collection
- Natural walnut wood
- Every bit as durable as conventional lacquer, with the added benefit of drastically reduced VOC emissions at the factory and off-gassing at the home
- All Finishes are formulated to meet kitchen cabinet manufacturers association (KCMA) standards and provides lasting protection
- Swirls, knots and burls are some characteristics that contribute to the natural beauty of finely crafted hardwood furniture
- Preserve the beauty of the finish, simply clean the surface of the furniture with a soft damp cloth and then dry it thoroughly
- Natural in solid wood and hand-applied finishes make each piece unique
- Finished with pre-catalyzed lacquer which resists stains, moisture rings and spots, heat damage (from hot beverages, etc.), and abrasions
- Slight grain and finish irregularities tell you that the furniture has been crafted from solid wood and are considered hallmarks of quality
- Clean the surface of the furniture with a soft damp cloth and then dry thoroughly
- Made in the USA
- 24" Self storing butterfly leaf
- Dining Table: 30" H x 60 - 84" W x 36" D, 38.4 lbs
- Side Chair: 40" H x 19.25" W x 21" D, 52.92 lbs
- Arm Chair: 40" H x 22.75" W x 21" D, 22 lbs
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