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Stepped Console

Wood Console Table

Created by Todd Leback
This table is constructed of two distinct legs, separated by a painted spacer and joined. The tables shown measure 60" wide, 12" deep; the higher side is 36" tall. The table is finished with three coats of lacquer then buffed with wax and steel wool.

For pricing and availability of custom wood choices or lengths, please contact our Customer Care department. Minor assembly required.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Superb styling and execution


from Birmingham, AL

About Me High-end Shopper


  • Attractive Design
  • Came assembled, a special request I had made.
  • Durable


  • None whatsoever

Best Uses

  • A beautiful console table for my study.

Comments about Stepped Console, Cherry and Maple additional image:

I debated for a long time before making this purchase, but it exceeded my expectations. Excellent design and craftsmanship!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


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from Rockaway, NY

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Comments about Stepped Console, Cherry and Maple additional image:

This was purchased as a console for the entry to our home. The proportions and lines are simple and architectural, but the contrasting heights and finishes give it more interest.

We were worried about making a catalog purchase, but it exceeded our expectations.

  • Was this a gift?:
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