A classic Shaker design gets a fresh and modern update with our Walker dining table. The hand-welded, inset stainless steel base allows for a generous overhang of the top material of your choice, providing seating anywhere around the table with no legs to get in the way.
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- Walker 60x30 Dining Table
Q:Is it possible to get a glass table top for the 60" X 30" table? If not, does the table top detach so that I can add my own? Thank you! AnneAsked on 2/15/2014 by Fan from San Francisco
A:The table top does detach, and you may order the base alone as well. However, the top material you choose must be able to accept the screws that attach the base to the top. The table base is not designed to be stable enough on its own to support a glass top.Answered on 2/17/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
Q:I would like to put two chairs at the ends of the 72 x 36 table. Is there enough overhang to allow for seating at the ends? What is the length from the end of the table top to the vertical leg supports?Asked on 2/14/2014 by table hunter
A:The overhang on each end is approximately 9.5”.Answered on 2/17/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
Q:I have three questions:
1. The photo shows the vertical stainless steel supports, is there any additional horizontal support directly under the wood top that is not visible from the photo?
2. For a walnut top, would it be veneer or solid wood boards glued together. If boards, how wide are they?
3. How thick are the tops typically?Asked on 1/12/2014 by Needs strong desk
A:The supports at the top of each stainless steel leg are 24.25” and run along the width of the table. The wood tops are 1.25” thick for a typical desk and are solid wood. The boards are hand-picked and arranged for each top and vary in width from 3” to just over 6”.Answered on 1/14/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board