Table & Bench Assembly

Farmhouse Tables

Choose your table below for your assembly instructions.

The Fulton Trestle

To get started you will need a 9/16" socket and wrench for tightening the bolts. You should have five 6" bolts (one is extra), washers, and nuts.

If your furniture is being shipped, you will find all your bolts for your table and bench in a burlap pouch located inside the box for your bench legs.

Keeping the cardboard on the table top for protection, place your top down (bottom facing up) on your floor.

"A" Side and "B" Side

Your table legs, beam and table top are marked "A" and "B". All pieces marked "A" go on one side of the table and all pieces marked "B" go on the other. Make sure the "A" and "B" markings on the beam pegs are facing up when attaching the beam to the legs.

Note: You will find the "A" and "B" markings on the top of the legs, on both beam pegs, and on the underside of your table top.

fulton assembly step 1

Step 1. Attach beam between legs

Place the legs and table top next to each other on the floor. With a person on each side holding up a table leg, lift your center beam and slide one end of the beam peg into the leg hole. Then do the other. Make sure to hold the beam horizontal so that the pegs go into the holes. It might be a slightly tight fit so you might need to apply pressure to the side of the leg to connect the two and close any gaps.

fulton assembly step 2

Step 2. Lower legs onto table top

Then with a person on each end, lift the connected legs with beam and walk over to your table top and lower both legs down at the same time between the slots on your table top.

fulton assembly step 3

Step 3. Insert bolts

Align the legs with the holes and slide in the bolts. On the other side add the washers and nuts. Hand tighten all the bolts first then use a 9/16" socket and wrench to tighten all the bolts. No need to overtighten.

Then with a person on each end, grab a hold of your table top and carefully lift your table over upright onto the floor.

fulton assembly

The Gemma

To get started you will need a 9/16" socket and wrench for tightening the bolts. You should have nine 6" bolts (one is extra), washers, and nuts.

If your furniture is being shipped, you will find all your bolts for your table and bench in a burlap pouch along with your Experience Kit (bag with logo) located inside the box for your bench legs.

Keeping the cardboard on the table top for protection, place your top down (bottom facing up) on your floor.

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The Clare Trestle

To get started you will need a 9/16" socket and wrench for tightening the bolts. You should have five 5 1/2" bolts (one is extra), washers, and nuts.

If your furniture is being shipped, you will find all your bolts for your table and bench in a zip pouch bag located underneath your bench top behind one of the legs.

Keeping the cardboard on the table top for protection, place your top down (bottom facing up) on your floor.

"A" Side and "B" Side

Your table legs, beam and table top are marked "A" and "B". All pieces marked "A" go on one side of the table and all pieces marked "B" go on the other. Make sure the "A" and "B" markings on the beam pegs are facing up when attaching the beam to the legs.

Note: You will find the "A" and "B" markings on the top of the legs, on both beam pegs, and on the underside of your table top.

Step 1. Attach beam between legs

Place the legs and table top next to each other on the floor. With a person on each side holding up a table leg, lift your center beam and slide one end of the beam peg into the leg hole. Then do the other. Make sure to hold the beam horizontal so that the pegs go into the holes. It might be a slightly tight fit so you might need to apply pressure to the side of the leg to connect the two and close any gaps.

Step 2. Lower legs onto table top

Then with a person on each end, lift the connected legs with beam and walk over to your table top and lower both legs down at the same time between the slots on your table top.

Step 3. Insert bolts

Align the legs with the holes and slide in the bolts. On the other side add the washers and nuts. Hand tighten all the bolts first then use a 9/16" socket and wrench to tighten all the bolts. No need to overtighten.

Then with a person on each end, grab a hold of your table top and carefully lift your table over upright onto the floor.

The Angelica Trestle

To get started you will need a 9/16" socket and wrench for tightening the bolts. You should have four 5" bolts, washers, and nuts.

If your furniture is being shipped, you will find all your bolts for your table and bench in a zip pouch bag located underneath your bench top behind one of the legs.

Keeping the cardboard on the table top for protection, place your top down (bottom facing up) on your floor.

"A" Side and "B" Side

Your legs, beam and table top are marked "A" and "B". All pieces marked "A" go on one side of the table and all pieces marked "B" go on the other. Make sure the "A" and "B" markings on the beam pegs are facing up when attaching the beam to the legs.

Note: You will find the "A" and "B" markings on the top of the legs, on both beam pegs, and on the underside of your table top.

Step 1. Attach beam between legs

Place the legs and table top next to each other on the floor. With a person on each side holding up a table leg, lift your center beam and slide one end of the beam peg into the leg hole. Then do the other. Make sure to hold the beam horizontal so that the pegs go into the holes. It might be a slightly tight fit so you might need to apply pressure to the side of the leg to connect the two and close any gaps.

Step 2. Lower legs onto table top

Then with a person on each end, lift the connected legs with beam and walk over to your table top and lower both legs down at the same time between the slots on your table top.

Step 3. Insert bolts

Align the legs with the holes and slide in the bolts. On the other side add the washers and nuts. Hand tighten all the bolts first then use a 9/16" socket and wrench to tighten all the bolts. No need to overtighten.

Then with a person on each end, grab a hold of your table top and carefully lift your table over upright onto the floor.

The Moscati Pedestal

To get started you will need a 7/16" socket and wrench for screwing in your lag bolts. You should have five 2 1/2" bolts (one is extra) with washers and four nails.

If your furniture is being shipped, you will find all your bolts for your table and bench in a burlap pouch along with your Experience Kit (bag with logo) located inside the box for your bench legs. 

Keeping the cardboard on the table top for protection, place your top down (bottom facing up) on your floor.

Step 1. Match the letters and align the holes

Place your pedestal base on your table top matching each side marked A, B, C, and D. With the four nails we've supplied, place each nail through the pedestal base and into the pre-drilled table frame to align the holes (nails are just for hole alignment only).  

Step 2. Screw in pedestal base

Start with side A and replace the nail with a washer and bolt and screw into the hole with a 7/16" socket and wrench until tight. Then do the same for sides B,C, and D.

Then with a person on each end, grab a hold of your table top and carefully lift your table over upright onto the floor. 

The Moscati Round Pedestal

Assembly instructions in progress.

Benches

Choose your bench below for your assembly instructions.

Fulton Bench

To get started you will need a 9/16" socket and wrench to tighten the bolts. You should have five 4" bolts (one is extra), nuts, and washers for the bench and three 4" bolts, nuts, and washers for the back (if you have one).

Align the legs with the holes and slide in the bolts. On the other side add the washers and nuts. Hand tighten all the bolts first then use a 9/16" socket and wrench to tighten all the bolts. No need to overtighten.

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Attaching your legs

Attaching your back

Standard Farm Bench

To get started you will need a 9/16" socket and wrench for tightening the bolts. You should have five 4 1/2" bolts (one is extra), washers, and nuts.

If your furniture is being shipped, you will find all your bolts for your table and bench in a burlap pouch along with your Experience Kit (bag with logo) located inside the box for your bench legs.

Keeping the cardboard on the bench top for protection, place your top down (bottom facing up) on your floor.

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Standard Farm Bench With Back

To get started you will need a 9/16" socket and wrench for tightening the bolts. You should have eight 4" bolts (one is extra), washers, and nuts.

If your furniture is being shipped, you will find all your bolts for your table and bench in a burlap pouch along with your Experience Kit (bag with logo) located inside the box for your bench legs.

Keeping the cardboard on the bench top for protection, place your top down (bottom facing up) on your floor.

See videos for further explanation.
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Attaching your legs

Attaching your back

Clare Bench

Assembly instructions in progress.

Angelica Bench

Assembly instructions in progress.

Coffee Tables

Choose your coffee table below for your assembly instructions.

Faustina Coffee Table

Assembly instructions in progress.