Thick Solid Hardwood Table Top, Maple 1.75"

Item No: CS-TOP-1750-SM

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FREE SHIPPING. Ships in 15 Business Days (Finishing +5 Days)

Product Details

  • You choose width and length – up to 48" x 110"
  • Solid hardwood
  • Wide-boards – 6" or more in width.
  • Square or chamfered edges and corners
  • Available unfinished or finished with Monocoat
  • FREE SHIPPING – (Continental U.S. only – call 1-800-748-3480 for shipping outside the Continental U.S.)
  • Also available in mahogany or walnut

Thick tops offer more to love. Our extra-thick tops are perfect for making your home cozy, comfy, and full of charm. If you are looking for a rough and rustic style, a fresh farmhouse feel, or a modern minimalistic look, thick table tops are the go-to for a bold setting.

Order finished or add your own finish. You can order your top without finish applied—sanded to 180 grit—or we can finish it for you with plant-based, non-toxic Monocoat Oil. This finish highlights the warmth and natural beauty of the wood. The Monocoat finish is extremely durable, and easily repairable should you ever have accidental damage.

Made just for you. It takes time to hand craft a table top to your specifications. Please check the turnaround time above. (Selecting Monocoat finish will add 5 days to the schedule.) Expedited service for an additional fee may be available, call 1-800-748-3480 for details.

Thick table tops need legs that are up to the job. Our heavy weight Farmhouse, Foursquare, and Durham legs are strong choices. Vase Turned columns are a good option as well. Or, for a fresher, contemporary look, go for Industrial Metal Tapered legs. These legs eliminate the need for aprons. Without aprons, the table top becomes the focal point. Just install the legs and you’re good to go.

Soft Maple

Sapwood ranges in color from blonde to a light reddish brown, taking on a golden hue as it ages. Heartwood ranges from light brown to chocolate. Soft maple, despite its name, is very durable. It is easy to work with, easy to paint, and finishes well. As one of the most popular wood choices, soft maple is used in traditional, transitional, and contemporary styles.

Though “soft maple” is a term used to describe several species of softer maple, we use only the hardest of the soft maples, Acer rubrum. This species is also known as scarlet maple, water maple, and red maple. It grows throughout the eastern US. It has no characteristic odor.

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