Restoration Hardware Recalls Metal Top Dining Tables Due to Risk of Lead Exposure

The company has received reports of elevated blood lead levels in four children in two homes where a recalled table was present

Restoration Hardware Recalls Metal Top Dining Tables Due to Risk of Lead Exposure
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February 14, 2017

Restoration Hardware has issued a recall of approximately 2,700 metal top dining tables. The table's metal top can contain lead and presents a risk of lead exposure to children. Lead is toxic if ingested and can cause adverse health effects.

This recall involves Restoration Hardware's Railroad Tie & Parsons Railroad Tie dining tables. The recalled tables are round or rectangular with thin sheets of zinc/dark gray color metal on the tabletops. The item number is printed on a white sticker underneath the tabletop.

To view the complete list of item numbers and descriptions of the tables being recalled, click here.

Restoration Hardware has received reports of elevated blood lead levels in four children in two homes where a recalled table was present. One incident involving two children occurred in Cranston, Rhode Island and another incident involving two children occurred in Beverly Hills, California.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled tables. Cover the tables and place them out of the reach of children, then contact Restoration Hardware to receive a free replacement table or a full refund.

The recalled tables were sold at Restoration Hardware Outlet stores nationwide and online from March 2012 through December 2016 for between $750 and $2,600.

Consumers with any additional questions or concerns about this recall can contact Restoration Hardware at (888) 728-8419.