Eastvold Alden Dining Table
A new fan favorite, the rich, solid wood grain is our signature element behind this warm and elegant sideboard. The wood really speaks for itself in the Alden Sideboard, with the grain running seamlessly across the door and drawer fronts and even integrating into the handles. A back beveled, solid wood top keeps this substantial piece from feeling too heavy and the Alden Sideboard floats on airy, splayed legs to add extra lightness to this piece. All finished with a durable, non-toxic finish. Made for traditional storage needs or concealing the tech center of your home with wire passages, adjustable shelves, soft-closing, dovetailed drawer boxes and hidden door hinges, the Alden Sideboard was designed to handle just about any room of your home or office. Pairs with the Alden Dining Table.
- 84” long x 36” wide x 29” tall
- legs attach using pre-threaded inserts, bolts and wrench included, shelves install with adjustable shelf pins (included)
About Natural Wood *please read*:
Our products are made from solid natural wood. All solid wood ages in color over time. Particularly cherry wood will first look a light pinkish-brown tone and will age to a deep reddish-brown. This is not a defect in the wood and is, in fact, part of its natural beauty. As such, we cannot accept returns or cancellations due to variations in natural wood tones. Read more about wood aging in our blog here: http://bit.ly/UrbanNaturalWood
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Eastvold Furniture was founded ten years ago in a humble 800 square foot shop in Northfield, Minnesota by Matt and Amanda Eastvold. Since its inception, the goal has been to build well-crafted furniture based on timeless designs. With classic collections, ready-to-ship items, and made-to-order pieces, Eastvold Furniture brings down-home Midwestern craftsmanship to residences all across the US.
As the son of a welder, Matt Eastvold grew up surrounded by a hardworking, tight-knit community of artisans and traditional craftsmanship. Today, the company makes furniture for residential homes while also working with architects and designers to create pieces for offices, conference rooms, and other commercial spaces. Inspired by the simplicity of modern design and a passion for traditional techniques, Eastvold Furniture handcrafts quality furniture that’s both functional and aesthetically pleasing.