Bologna Dining Table 300
The 3 metre or almost 10 feet long Bologna Dining Table, an extra-long wonder that can accommodate all your guests and chairs! Perfect for those extra-special occasions, this unique shaped 3 legged table is sturdy and stable, so you can relax and enjoy the party.
Introducing the all-new Bologna dining table, a masterpiece of modern design and timeless sophistication. Available in two sizes, 220 and the extra-large 300, this dining table caters to your space and style preferences.
The centerpiece of this extraordinary table is its unique base, a structural marvel composed of three stable and sturdy legs. Crafted with precision and artistry, these legs not only provide robust support but also an aesthetic that stands out from any angle. Whether you're sitting at the table or admiring it from afar, the Bologna table offers a captivating visual experience.
The table's top is equally impressive with its sturdy construction and beveled edge, adding an element of refinement and sophistication to its design. The well-proportioned legs and the table's shape are meticulously crafted to comfortably accommodate chairs, making every dining experience a pleasure.
Made from high-quality, genuine black wood veneer, the Bologna dining table is a testament to eco-conscious manufacturing. Veneer, a layer of real wood affixed to a stable base material like plywood or MDF, has been a trusted technique for centuries. It's not only environmentally friendly but also ensures the longevity of your investment.
With the Bologna dining table, you don't just buy furniture; you invest in a masterpiece that combines beauty, function, and sustainability. Redefine your dining space with this exquisite addition and experience dining like never before.
This product is made using a high quality genuine wood veneer. Veneer is a layer of real wood that is glued to a thicker stable material such as plywood or MDF. The use of veneer is more environmentally friendly and extremely common in the manufacturing process of furniture. It is a process that has been used for hundreds of years and has stood the test of time.