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Round Extendable Dining Table with 4 Velvet Chairs in Grey & Oak Finish - Rhode Island & Kaylee BUN/RHD011G/75125

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This bundle includes :

Rhode Island Grey & Oak Extendable Dining Table

4 x Kaylee Grey Velvet Dining Chairs Charcoal with Oak Legs

Features we love

  • Comes with dining table and 4 dining chairs
  • A great space saving solution with an extendable table top
  • Classic country inspired design with a contemporary touch
  • Stylish combination of light oak and grey brings a fresh look to your space
  • Solid rubberwood is highly durable and ideal for families with children

All about me

This Rhode Island dining set is a great addition for the family home and for rooms where space is at a premium. The set features a clever extendable top, so you can save some space when it's not in use and when you have a full house you can extend it in minutes to accommodate all your guests. The classic design has been rejuvenated with a fresh two tone finish in grey and light oak effect. It features a chunky central pedestal with carved detailing, shapely feet and a thick table top.

Crafted from solid rubber wood with a real wood veneer table top it's highly durable, easily withstanding the test of time in a busy family dining space.

Need to know

  • Table dimensions (closed): H75cm x W106 x D106cm
  • Table dimensions (extended): H75cm x W136 x D106cm
  • Chair dimensions: H92cm x W56 x D64cm
  • Floor to seat: H49cm
  • Material: Solid rubber wood
  • Finish: Painted grey & real wood veneer
  • Assembly required: Yes

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