|Seating Type: Standard Chairs||Table Top Finish: Natural|
|Table Base Material: Wood||Table Shape: Rectangular|
|Seating Included: Yes||Total Seating Capacity: 2|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
“Hello, what size chair works best with the 24 or 26 steffy arts and crafts table?” asked by Steven
Steffy Arts and Crafts Table
I would buy this product again and again
LILY from GRAND PRAIRIE, TX– Verified Buyer
it is practice for manualidades and tasks of the children, ample and spaces to put all the brushes, paintings, scissors, etc. and it is seen well.
Well made, worth the extra $
Veggiescrub from Rochester, NY– Verified Buyer
We looked at hundreds of websites, and they all seemed to carry the same art tables. I saw one in the store that was selling for [$]and found it online for around $199. It was a piece of junk. It was very colorful, and I'm sure our kids would have been excited about it, but in a year or two we would have had to replace it. Then we found the this table, and looked at a hundred websites to find the best price after shipping. Some places had a lower price but then charged $70 for shipping.Wayfair was straight forward, good price, no shipping = lowest overall price.Oh the table. We are very happy with it. We got it with 24" legs and it fits our kids just fine (6 & 8 on the small side). If they start to outgrow that height, I can go to any hardware store and get longer legs.We didn't go with the 30" wide paper roll. At first it seemed to expensive, but after looking for something cheaper we couldn't find any. We did find 15" rolls, that had like 250' of paper. That seemed like enough for now. With 2 15" rolls are kids can work on different pictures side by side. We also can swap out one of the rolls for a 14" roll of tracing paper we found at a local store.