|Style: Rustic||Top Finish: Brown|
|Base Finish: Brown||Distressed: No|
|Wrought Iron: Yes||Top Material: Metal; Wood|
|Base Material: Wood; Iron||Base Type: Casters; Legs|
|Solid Wood Construction: Yes||Reclaimed Wood: No|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Design: Table|
|Drop Leaf: No||Shape: Rectangle|
|Lift Top Included: No||Tray Top: No|
|Folding: No||Hand Painted: No|
|Magazine Rack: No||Nested Stools Included: No|
|Legs Included: Yes||Wheels: Yes|
|Exterior Shelves: Yes||Cabinets Included: No|
|Drawers Included: No||Adjustable Height: No|
|Outdoor Use: No||Product Care: Wipe with a damp cloth and mild soap; do not use harsh chemical cleaners as they may discolor the finish|
|Country of Manufacture: Imported|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
From the beginning as a small furniture company in Ontario, Canada, Magnussen has evolved into a full line furniture resource with offices in Ontario, Canada; High Point, NC; Riverside, CA; and, the Far East. Their business is creating furniture designs of exceptional style, value and beauty. Magnussen produces these designs in partnership with their manufacturing partners around the world that meet exacting standards for superior quality at the best possible value.
The foundation of Magnussen's success is built on the company's core values of trust, honesty, and respect. Each of my teammates at Magnussen Home participates in the success of the company and is eager to ensure that their furniture products enrich the homes of customers with their exceptional style and workmanship.
An unrivaled value in home furnishings -- this is the commitment that they renew everyday to consumers who invite Magnussen Home into their lives. Magnussen sources their designs from only the finest home furnishings manufacturers, many in the Far East and Central America.
Even as the company has grown larger, the principles of a family-run business -- trust, honesty and respect -- continue to be its foundation. The company was founded in 1931 by Ingwer Magnussen. A cabinetmaker by trade and a craftsman and businessman by heart, Ingwer took the bold initiative to start his own business in Kitchener, Ontario, when he was unable to find work during the 1930s depression. He beautifully and intricately carved show wood for sofa frames for upholstery manufacturers and his business grew into a good-sized company serving Canada.
Richard Magnussen, Ingwer's son, joined the company in 1970 at the age of 20. Richard steered the company's focus on expansion and growth, enabling Magnussen Furniture to become Canada's largest supplier of occasional tables. In 1986, Richard founded Presidential Furniture, a division of Magnussen Furniture, to serve the U.S. market. In 1986, the company began trading as Magnussen-Presidential Furniture, which became one of the most progressive occasional furniture suppliers in North America. With an eye to detail and an understanding of the worth of exclusive designs, Richard built relationships with international manufacturers from around the world and tapped a huge growth opportunity. Magnussen-Presidential Furniture began importing from the Orient a decade before fashion trends and design styles in the furniture business made it in vogue to do so.
In 2002, Magnussen-Presidential Furniture became Magnussen Home. The addition of "Home" reflects what Magnussen offers as a company -- fine furniture, designed and created by a family of craftsmen from around the world, to fill the most important rooms in your home.
Details are important... even down to where you will set a water glass. They have a passion for details. It stems from how Magnussen runs their company, grows into the conveniences they design into their furniture, and blooms into the relationships built with their valued dealers.
Magnussen designs every piece of furniture that carries the Magnussen Home name. They understand that finishing touches like intricately carved woodwork or ironwork do more than complete the look of a piece of furniture; they set the tone of your home. Magnussen furniture does more than fill a home. It expresses who we are.
An unwavering commitment to ensuring your satisfaction is their most important difference.
Looks great; crude manufacturing.
Takamitsu from Brooklyn, NY – Verified Buyer
This table looks very nice, and it has that rustic feel and is made of real wood. The construction seems a little less than perfect. It looks like a factory carpenter put it together in a hurry and on the cheap, not something you'd call "craftsmanship." The underside of the table has staples (painted over to match the finish), splinters around the pre-drilled holes, etc. Some of the holes where the screws go for assembly were asymmetric by as much as a quarter inch, and it took some force to make some of the pieces fit together. The piece comes with 4 casters with rubber wheels, which are not in the top image for the product. These are easily removable, but they're screwed right into the wood, so you won't be able to remove and reattach them over and over again without wearing out the screw holes. As a result of the above construction issues, the legs are slightly uneven, which makes it wobble when it stands without the casters.
Table is wonderful.
Joshua from Hillsboro, OR – Verified Buyer
The table is really nice. The construction is great, the look even better. It was also very easy to assemble. The only complaint if I had one would be it is a little small so I might have gone with the lift-top which is slightly bigger.
Darker than shown
Cynthia from Reston, VA – Verified Buyer
I was very pleased with the quality of this coffee table. My only complaint is that the one I received is much darker than shown and has none of the honey tones.
Audrey from Florida – Verified Buyer
This coffee table is fabulous. It is a very nice table. I had someone put it together for me. It is just a very good table.
OUR SKU # ME5456Penderton Coffee Table is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: T2386-43