Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do you sell directly to consumers?
2. How do I care for my Saloom dining table?
3. I have a problem with a Saloom product, who should I contact?
4. What is the difference between a “Smooth top” and a “Signature top”?
5. Can I two-tone the finish on my tables and chairs?
6. Do you apply tack glides to the bottom of your chairs, stools, and benches?
7. Will my arm chair fit under the table apron?
8. I want to use my own fabric for my chairs, how much yardage do I need to send?
9. What is the price for Sunbrella, Grade B fabrics, and Leather on my chairs?
10. Does your chair foam contain flame retardant chemicals?


1. Do you sell directly to consumers?
Saloom Furniture does not sell directly to consumers, you can purchase our products through any Saloom authorized dealer. Click here for a link to our Dealer Locator.


2. How do I care for my Saloom dining table?
Click here for a link to Wood Top Care and Cleaning Instructions.


3. I have a problem with a Saloom product, who should I contact?
Please contact the Dealer where you purchased your furniture.


4. What is the difference between a “Smooth Top” and a “Signature Top”?
A “Smooth top” is just what the name implies, a standard table top. It may have Wire Brushed,
Distressed, or Heritage finishes applied to it at no up charge. A “Signature” top is one of four textured
top options that we offer: Hand-Planed, Planked, Rustic or Strata. There is an up charge to
the price of the table for the “Signature Top” option.


5. Can I two-tone the finish on my tables and chairs?
Yes, you can specify one color for the table base and apron and a different finish color for the table top. For wood seat chairs and stools, you can specify one finish color for the frame and another finish color for the wood seat. There is NO up charge for two tone finishes.


6. Do you apply tack glides to the bottom of your chairs, stools, and benches?
No, if you feel this is necessary we recommend you purchase felt pads for the bottom of your chairs, stools, or bench at any home improvement store.


7. Will my arm chair fit under the table apron?
Different chair styles have different arm heights – these are listed in the dimensions along with each model number. You can calculate if the chair will fit under the table apron by looking at the arm height information compared to the type of table you are ordering. (Please note that these measurements are approximate, and could vary by up to ¼”).
• New England Leg tables = 26 ¼” distance from floor to bottom of apron
• New England Pedestal & Trestle tables = 27 ¼” distance from floor to bottom of apron (Note: Boylston table style = 26 ¼”)
• New England Mondo Edge Leg tables = 26 ¼” distance from floor to bottom of apron
• New England Mondo Edge Pedestal & Trestle tables = 27 ¾” distance from floor to bottom edge of table
• New Castle Pedestal & Trestle tables = 27 ¾” distance from floor to bottom edge of table
• Oracle ‘A’ (1 ½” thick edge) Pedestal tables = 27 ½” distance from floor to bottom edge of table
• Oracle ‘D’ (2 ¼” thick edge) Pedestal tables = 26 ¾” distance from floor to bottom edge of table
• Skyline Leg table = 26 ¼” distance from floor to bottom of apron
• Skyline Pedestal table = 28” distance from floor to bottom edge of table


8. I want to use my own fabric for my chairs, how much yardage do I need to send?
We provide the dealer with a “COM & Fabric Upgrade Information” page in the Saloom Furniture price list which lists complete details on yardage requirements for each chair style as well as pricing and ordering instructions.


9. What is the price for Sunbrella, Grade B fabrics, and Leather on my chairs?
Your Saloom dealer will use the “COM & Fabric Upgrade Information” page of the Saloom Furniture price list to look up the up charge information for each chair style. They will add the appropriate up charge amount to the price list price for the chair, stool, or bench.


10. Does your chair foam contain flame retardant chemicals?
No, our chair foam does not contain these chemicals and meets California TB117 standards.