The Cressida Glass Top Dining Table from Armen Living is a contemporary dining table that will refine your kitchen and dining area. It features a strong and striking stainless steel 4-legged base, giving it sleek and stunning visual appeal. The rectangular black tempered-glass top displays an alluring and inviting look, as well as possess traits such as durability - lasting years for you and your home! Modern in style, this table is perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine after work or enjoying entertaining a large group of guests. Pair it with any of the dining chairs from any of our collections at Armen Living.
- Ideal for the breakfast nook, kitchen, or dining room, this modern beauty comfortably accommodates up to six people.
- The Cressida features a tempered glass tabletop - lightening the burden of worrying about the durability of a glass table. It has the look and the strength you've been searching for.
- This dining room table is simple to clean and easy to maintain - wipe with a cloth and you're done!
- Look no further for a beautiful, functional and easy to assemble furniture for your home. This piece of furniture requires assembly and comes with clear and concise step by step instructions that make set up a breeze!
- Armen Living stands behind all products sold and gladly offer our customers a 1 year limited manufacturer warranty on all items. Our products are made from high quality materials that will last for many years to come.
||79.00" W x 39.00" D x 30.00" H
||81.00" W x 41.00" D x 2.00" H
|Shipping Dimensions 2
||32.00" W x 28.00" D x 32.00" H
|Box Weight 2
|Quantity in Box
||Glass, Stainless Steel
||Black/Brushed Stainless Steel Finish
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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