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Wellington Collection

Dining Furniture

Located in Somerset, England, the small market town of Wellington first became established back in 1215 and grew into a major center for trade during the Middle Ages. After a fire in 1731, the town endured and grew, undergoing a major rebuild. The town shares its name with the Duke of Wellington, remembered by the nearby Wellington Monument.

If you’re wondering if this town has anything to do with the capital of New Zealand, which boasts the same name, you would be correct. It is believed that the Duke of Wellington played a part in the founding of New Zealand’s capital city, making this a town that has some very far-reaching effects. Wellington is largely dependent on industry, especially wool manufacturing, and has a rich history as an industry town. However, there are many other features that make this town inviting and endearing, including a variety of churches from multiple denominations, as well as some beautiful green spaces and opportunities for art, sports, and culture.

The Wellington Dining Collection plays to the town beginnings during the middle ages with its bold, medieval-inspired base. Looking at the bold style, you can picture large groups gathering around the impressive, rough sawn barnwood oak tabletop as they laugh, share conversation, and drink a beer or two. The substantial size of the table is the perfect place to host large dinner parties, measuring 42” W x 30” H with available lengths of 60”, 72”, 84”, 96”, and 108”. The table also comes with a large variety of extension options so you can adjust it to the exact size that you need depending on your plans.

The X-shaped legs in black metal mimic the black metal X-shape in the back of the chairs, as well as the black metal X detail on the front of the matching server, providing an element that ties the whole collection together beautifully. The server provides an incredible amount of storage for all of your dinner party essentials, measuring 32” H x 19” D x 64”, so you won’t have to go far to get exactly what you need for your next social event.

Depending on your personal taste, you can go with the Tavern Top stain that is pictured here, or you can alter the whole feel of the collection by selecting from a variety of different stains and glazes, like Light Brown, Husk, or even a brilliant Royal Blue.

This collection would work equally well against a wide array of backdrops, whether it be in a simply-decorated eat-in kitchen or an elaborately-adorned dining room. If you are looking for a dining set that plays to the past while blending perfectly with the present, then the Wellington Collection is the one for you!

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