What’s important to look for in Outdoor Interiors 19470 Eucalyptus End Table?
Quick and easy assembly Made from sustainable plantation-grown eucalyptus Beautiful curved leg design Measures at 19.5" x 19.5" x 17.5"H Stainless steel hardware Protective resin footpads
What is the advantage of this Outdoor Interiors 19470 Eucalyptus End Table?
Outdoor Interiors' mission is guided by providing innovative, space-saving designs using beautiful, sustainable hardwoods along with an exciting array of mixed materials. Utilizing high quality hardwoods, our unique styles and durability will make your patio the envy of the neighborhood. Eucalyptus is one of the fastest growing dense Hardwoods prized for its strength, durability and weathering characteristics in all climates. Eucalyptus is naturally resistant to decay with handsome pinkish-brown tones and a straight, light wood grain similar to Teak. Eucalyptus will weather to a silvery finish over time unless treated 2-3 times a year with outdoor furniture oil. We recommend using a natural Linseed Oil or any Outdoor Hardwood or Teak oil for our Eucalyptus Furniture. The hardwood we use are plantation grown and very dense, with a luxurious straight grain and high oil content, similar to teak. It s excellent for outdoor furniture because of its strength, rich appearance and durability. We also recommend using furniture covers during the winter months in harsher climate zones. All hardwood follows the C.O.C. Chain of Custody for managing timber from our forests through production to our factory. Outdoor Interiors End Table is made of durable Eucalyptus. Looks and performs like teak. This beautiful piece will find an instant home on your deck or patio. Easily maintained with a once annual oil treatment.
Customer reviewsNice Light Weight Table
I covered this table in my review of the Adirondack chair with pull out foot stool from the same manufacturer. The table looks nice, the wood is nicely sanded and it was a simple assembly. The stainless steel bolts should last. The center slats are stapled in place from underneath not very good but this shouldn't effect the sturdiness of the table as the slats are nested in a groove. I oiled the table with Teak Oil which, per wood workers on the Internet, is better than the manufacturer's recommended boiled linseed oil. The teak oil is a few dollars more expensive, about 10 a quart.