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Solid Fir and Metal Tall Dining Table in Whitewash Finish L75 Long Island

£161.50

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Description

This furniture product is made of FSC certified wood. This label guarantees that the wood comes from a responsibly managed forest; by choosing this product, you are also helping forest preservation and biodiversity.

Are you looking for an elegant tall table where you can enjoy great meals? The LONG ISLAND dinner table is the solid wood table for you. This designer table is a modern square table featuring minimalist lines and a balanced mix of wood and metal. This dining table is also available in rectangular tall dining table.

This product belongs to the range Long Island

A combination of metal, light-colored wood and uncluttered lines to give your interior a sober, contemporary look.
The table tops in solid fir are heavily grooved and lightly bleached.
The plain black metal legs highlight the collection's very modern approach.

Product

  • Ref.: 103919
  • Dimensions (cm): Height110 x Width75 x Depth75
  • Weight (kg): 19
  • Number of places: 2 to 4
  • Main wood variety: Spruce
  • To be assembled: Yes
  • Made In Viet Nam
  • Botanical name for main wood: Cunninghamia Lanceolata
  • Origin of main wood: China

Additional information

Top: Solid fir (Pinaceae family of pine trees)
Finish: grooved-looking surface, lightly bleached
Frame & removable legs: metal, epoxy paint, Black.
Maximum load for the top: 30kg.

 

This product is recyclable. When it comes to the end of its useful life, remember to take it to a recycling centre.

This furniture product is made of FSC certified wood. This label guarantees that the wood comes from a responsibly managed forest; by choosing ths product, you are also helping forest preservation and biodiversity.

This decor product is made of FSC certified wood. This label guarantees that the wood comes from a responsibly managed forest; by choosing ths product, you are also helping forest preservation and biodiversity.