|Children's Wood Folding Table in Natural||22.5" H x 24" W x 24" D||11 lbs|
|Other:||Solid Wood & Veneers, 100% Solid Wood|
|Product Category:||Folding Tables|
Stakmore Children's Wood Folding Table in Natural
Folding Childs table
Lydia from Martinez, GA– Verified Buyer
Love this table. Perfect for our granddaughter to do crafts,eat,do puzzles etc. Then this wood table easily folds for storage.
Victoria from Mount Pleasant, IA– Verified Buyer
Table came quickly, and was ready to go right from the box. Sturdy folding table w legs that 'lock' into place and kids like the lip edge on the top to keep crayons and spills on table and off the floors.
Just what I was looking for
Tara from TN– Verified Buyer
I bought this for my young son's room and it's super sturdy, durable and well made. I like that it's a higher table and not small like most of the children's table sets that my son dwarfs because he is tall for his age.
Beware of top!
Grandma from St Paul, MN
This table folds well and the legs are nice but the top is like cardboard and the finish actually washes off. We bought 4 wood look vinyl floor tiles and put them on the top to solve the problem.
Perfect for Legos
an older mom from Round Rock, TX– Verified Buyer
This table is well made with an unusual, but sturdy folding mechanism. The lip around the outer edge makes it perfect for building with Legos. The wood finish is attractive and the convenience of being able to store it under my daughter's bed makes it an excellent buy.
Great table! Folds for storage.
Mom of a Cutie from New Orleans, La– Verified Buyer
I love that this table folds for storage and that there is a lip around the edge to keep crayons from rolling off the table. The only down side is that the table is light weight so it easily moves around on the wood floors. Putting a carpet under the table would help keep it from moving. I would definitely purchase this table again.
I would buy this again !!!!
CONSUMATE SHOPPER from NEW YORK
THIS PRODUCT IS WELL MADE [...]
Great for family gathering
Carolee from Philadelphia PA
Bought for family holiday party -- for use by children aged 3 to 7. Used for artwork and games, but also fine for eating. Folds away easily.
Table top rips off with little wear
Grandma Deb from CO– Verified Buyer
The quality of this product is poor. The top will not withstand use by a child, spills, markers, or food.
Perfect for grandkids
Grampy from Heart of Illinois– Verified Buyer
Grandkids have their own table .... great for eating but even better for coloring and playing games. I'd guess 7 year-old will be about the top age that can use .... but it's great for the little ones (2 & up). Quite sturdy, attractive, easy to move about. The top is really too small for more than two kids at a time ... maybe 3. Only one if there's a coloring book involved!
All of Stakmore's chairs and tables are constructed of solid hardwood that has been dried to the proper moisture content for the North American climate. Why should you care about that? Wood used in furniture that has not been dried properly will give off moisture over time, shrinking, creating gaps in joints, cracking and splitting.
After drying, machining and assembling furniture the most visible part of furniture and the critical point that differentiates most furniture in the customers mind is the finish. Stakmore utilizes a multi-step stain, sealer and topcoat process to provide a rich durable finish on all products.
Stakmore takes great pride in being an environmentally friendly company and has been one for decades. For over 30 years Stakmore has utilized all scrap wood waste and sawdust as fuel to heat their factory and dry the lumber used. In addition Stakmore helps area cabinet shops avoid adding to the landfill by taking their excess wood waste, grinding it up and burning it for fuel. By utilizing 100% of the lumber purchased they reduce their need for fossil fuels.
Even the purchase of lumber takes into consideration renewability. All lumber used comes from managed, sustainable forests. Following managed forestry practices ensures that future generations will have forests and that animals will still have homes.