Never underestimate the beauty of details. Take our Amelia Dining Table, for example. The base is finished in a cool gray, and the natural stonewash top has a beveled edge while its turned legs are joined by a curved stretcher with a center finial. See? Beauty in details.
<span class='hide-on-sets'>How many people can break bread at this trestle table? How many people do you know? Drop in Nolan's two breadboard leaves, each measuring 16 inches, and you can accommodate 10 or more along the 96-inch plank top. Crafted of hardwoods and defined by rustic details—including X-shaped supports, a java stain and a warm lacquered finish—this is, quite literally, a crowd-pleaser.</span>
From brunch with friends to special family dinners, Carson provides the perfect gathering place. An elegant take on farmhouse style, our durable dining table is handcrafted of solid mango wood and boasts turned legs for a sophisticated touch. What occasions will you celebrate around it?
gap: Unexpected intrusions of beauty. This is what life is.See more Gap-isms. Not sure if this is so true since the intrusions are not always so beautiful sometimes they are tragic. Hmmm but I like the idea if this anyway.