Now on our floor! We have just received shipment of these elegant Parawood occasional tables with ample designer details.
The cocktail table has craftsman turned legs, which are trending hot now, and are paired with starburst booked matched veneers, chunky nail heads and drawer with iron ring hardware. It is finished in a Stockman cerused tone. W:48″ x D:36″ x H:21″ Incredible value at $1385.
This shapely end table is also constructed of Parawood solids and veneers, is also in the Stockman cerused finish and has three beveled glass shelves. W:27″ x D:27″ x H:30″ Priced right at $989.
These exceptional occasional tables are made from Rubberwood or Parawood. Parawood is a light-colored medium-density tropical hardwood obtained from the Pará rubber tree. This species is commonly advertised as an “environmentally friendly” wood, as it makes use of plantation trees that have already served a useful function. These solid and veneered wood surfaces are sealed with a hand-rubbed wax.
Rose Recommendations: Wood furniture should be dusted regularly with a slightly damp, soft cloth, and then rubbed with a dry, clean cloth until dry. Never clean or polish wood surfaces with products containing ammonia, such as glass cleaner, or silicone. We do not recommend using an off-the-shelf furniture polish, but if such product use is desired make sure the polish is silicone-free and avoid excessive rubbing as it may damage the clear coat. Wood surfaces will typically ‘cloud’ if exposed to liquids for extended periods of time, but clouding or ringing, if caught in time, can typically be rubbed out with a dry, soft cloth.
Furniture should not be placed in areas where it will receive extended exposure to direct sunlight – it will fade – and variations in temperature due to proximity to heating/cooling ducts should be avoided as well.