Jeff, you drove past that house the other day.
The interior paneled walls are original to the house, but for the keeping room. Interesting house.
The keeping room paneling was missing. In time we found the two floor to ceiling side panel sections in the barn loft, but they were two destroyed to use. So I built them new and improvised from what evidence I could find and built the top paneled section to tie in the two sides.
The paneled wall in the green room is a full paneled wall on both sides. The other side of the wall is in the large front hall stairway and much of it was not ever painted as it's behind the stair case. That wall goes from cellar chimney girt to 1st floor chimney girt, then an identical wall goes from that 1st floor chimney girt to2nd floor chimney girt.
Pictures below show the green parlor chamber (bedroom above that parlor) and you can see that second floor paneled wall. The next picture is from the second floor looking at the back side of that bedroom wall.
The next picture is the backside of the yellow parlor wall in the front hall stairway. (towards the right) That again is a full paneled wall from cellar chimney girt to 1st floor chimney girt.
Which table are you asking about? Tea table? You can find that on this page if it is. http://rcsail.tripod.com/furn_photo_available2.html