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Round Dining Table

Lexington Furniture
Harbor Isle Collection

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by Lexington Furniture

The relaxed and casual aesthetic of coastal styling remains the most coveted look in outdoor living today. The Harbor Isle collection from Tommy Bahama features bases with classic turnings and tapered legs, thick cast aluminum tops with intricate woven patterns and a sophisticated walnut finish.

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The hand-applied dry-brushing effect on the aluminum surface is just one of the notable details on the dining table. The cast top has a basket weave center, a braided perimeter, and what appears as sliced bamboo within a concentric circle. At the center is a removable monogrammed insert for an umbrella pass-through. The bottom of the base is designed with the umbrella base in mind. The stately pedestal base is attractive is the ideal support, but is also designed to accommodate the umbrella stand. However the removable monogram is attractive as the center of the top surface when choosing not to use an umbrella.