In the minimal modern design of the Graham Dining Table, thin slabs of American walnut, peroba and cruzeta wood are layered into brickwork mosaic panels that seem to float within airy iron supports.
Doubled-angled supports celebrate negative space beneath a rustic top in the Max Dining Table's modern design. Randomly sized walnut, peroba and cruzeta woods create unique depth and movement.
A strikingly simple polyresin top derived from river sand is polished to a smooth sheen on the Cyrus Dining Table. The angled matte black iron base adds architectural appeal to this dining table. Great indoors or out, but cover or store indoors during inclement weather and when not in use.
Beautiful from every angle, the traditional Castle Dining Table is imbued with extra-special detailing. A thick parquet top made from bleached reclaimed pine is supported by a turned two-pedestal trestle base of solid fir.