Description The Armen Living Turin Solid Oak Dining Table boasts a versatile transitional style and modern designed to complement any home. The rectangle shape and 4 straight legs exudes modern but simplistic design. The table features a sturdy, solid oak wood tabletop with metal copper tipped legs. The Turin Dining Table seats up to 6 guests allowing for larger family gatherings or entertaining. This item is a part of the Armen Living Turin collection but can be mixed and match in any contemporary or modern style home.
Included: 1 dining table
Material: Metal Copper, Solid Oak
Feature: The rectangle shape table can seat up to 6 guests
Feature: A simple modern piece with rustic and industrial influences
Feature: Solid Oak Wood Tabletop provide durability and sturdiness
Assembly Required: Yes
Ships In: 2 Boxes
Dimensions: 78.7 W X 39.3 D X 30.7 H
Table Thickness: 1.2""
Comes with standard 1 year limited warranty
NOTE: Color and saturation may vary due to lighting and monitor/phone screen settings
- Tabletop is easy to clean and simple to maintain
- A simple modern piece with rustic and industrial influences
- Included: 1 dining table
- The Turin dining table ships ready to be assembled, hassle-free with detailed instructions
- The rectangle shape table can seat up to 6 guests
- Dimensions: 78.7 W X 39.3 D X 30.7 H
- Solid oak wood tabletop provide durability and sturdiness, giving you years of enjoyment
||1 dining table
||Metal Copper, Solid Oak
||The rectangle shape table can seat up to 6 guests
||A simple modern piece with rustic and industrial influences
||Solid Oak Wood Tabletop provide durability and sturdiness
||78.7 W X 39.3 D X 30.7 H
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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