This 6-seat dining table features recycled Teak wood top with an engineered live edge in a natural finish, as well as crossed, chrome-finished metal legs. It is part of our exotic Matrix collection, pulling huge influences from Modern and Transitional design.
Teak is a unique and desired wood due in part for its look, but also for its superior resistance to the elements. This durability also ensures that Teak is an excellent option for reclamation.
The striking cross pattern on the top commands attention, and the special visual qualities of reclaimed Teak include knots, color variations, splits, repairs, and more in a clear homage to the natural imperfections—qualities that serve to provide context to the piece and show its charm to the fullest.
This unique dining room table is sure to make a memorable impression.
73" L x 36" W x 30" H Weight : 51.2 lbs
Box Dimensions (1)
75" L x 39" W x 6" H Weight : 60.3 lbs
Style: Modern / Transitional
Color or Finish: Natural / Chrome Finish
Materials: Wood, Metal
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Handling time is between 5-10 days fulfilled Mon-Fri. Transit time is between 5-10 days shipped Mon-Fri.
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About natural wood
Most of our products are made with natural wood, natural wood will old and move with time. Small cracks, move around the knots are completely normal and we don't consider it as imperfections. This is part of the beauty of natural wood