The KidKraft Nantucket Table & 4 Primary Chairs model# 26121 is great for board games, tea parties, or arts and crafts.
The KidKraft Nantucket Table & 4 Primary Chairs 26121 features: * 1 honey-colored table with wainscoting detail * 4 chairs finished in blue, red, honey, and green * Table: 23.75" x 23.75"x 19.88"H Chair: 23.25"H Seat 11"H * MDF & Rubberwood & Veneer * Item Weight: 40.15 lbs. Capture the power of your child's imagination with heirloom-quality children's furniture made by KidKraft. Founded in 1968 by a group of engineers, KidKraft is committed to designing children's furniture and wooden toys that integrate high-quality design with top safety and quality standards. KidKraft employs third-party certified labs to test products and ensure that they meet with all applicable U.S. regulatory safety standards. KidKraft children's furniture and dcor enriches environments, provides comfort and inspires pretend play. Products are available in a variety of different woods and finishes.
Honey-colored table with wainscoting detail.
Chairs are finished in blue, red, honey and green
Assembled Dimensions (in inches): 23.75 x 23.75 x 19.87
Product Weight:39.3 pounds
Product Dimensions (in inches):27.2 x 27.2 x 8.2
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