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Get Your Table Holiday Ready

The Holiday Season is a time for family gatherings and dinner seating for large groups, so now is the perfect time to get your table holiday ready.
Whether adding a leaf or drop leaf, changing hardware on existing furniture, or building a new table, Van Dyke’s Restorers has everything you need to complete your table project.
Furniture Kitsmission-table-kits
If it’s time for a new table, Van Dyke’s offers a number of table kits in both Mission style and pedestal style tables in several sizes. Choose from a number of foot options for the pedestal table.
Van Dyke’s offers one of the widest selections of table legs and feet in many styles and sizes.
We also have pre-cut table leaves, leaf blanks, round table tops, and many species of veneers for resurfacing a table top.
Table Pedestals
Van Dyke’s has beautiful Oak and Maple pedestals in several heights for the most popular design styles including Mission and Duncan Phyfe. Choose from single or double pedestal kits. Pedestals come unfinished so you can finish to match your décor.
The Mission Dining Table  Kit is a two-piece pedesal ideal for making a large dining table.
We now have a unique pedestal with meal braces for a sturdy, attracitve base with a modern vibe.
New Table HardwareMetal Table Slide
If you are changing the hardware on an existing table, Van Dyke’s offers table leaf locks, hinges, drop leaf supports, hinges, dowels, leaf aligners, and leaf slides. We offer table slides for 4-leg and pedestal style tables in both metal and wood.
Table Slides use a rack and pinion system to ensure the table is level and balanced when sliding. If your existing table sticks, it may be time to change the slides. It is important that you use the proper length table slide when choosing a new slide.

 

Determining Table Slide Sizetable-slides
To determine the appropriate length of the table slide for your particular table, measure the length of the table when it is fully closed without any leaves in place.
The table slide should be no shorter than half the length of the table when it is fully closed.

 

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About Larry Padgett

Larry is an award-winning journalist and photo journalist with over 35 years of experience. He has written for a number of industries including healthcare, die casting, construction, home restoration, sports, education, and religion. He is a copywriter and blogger for Van Dyke's Restorers.

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