I love the look of this table. My only complaint is the wood areas scratch very easily since it is not true wood. The scratches don't look bad though, since the table itself is distressed looking.
This is a beautiful dining set! However, as to the ridiculous factory-stamped distressing...why??!!! They should have left the table top and seats alone! We bought walnut wood filler and darkened it mostly with walnut stain(tried a little red oak, but went back to the walnut) until it was as dark as we could get it. We then used a small plastic wedge scraper tool to push it into the distress holes. Just be sure to keep wiping to remove the excess WITH the grain. Check it in the light to get it all. It camouflages the fake-looking distressed places rather well!
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