Concrete Dining Table - Boardroom table Steel legs

Regular price $1,700.00

Our new range of polished concrete tables with steel legs, sealed with a high quality sealer. Table is suitable for indoor/outdoor (Undercover). Suitable as a boardroom table.

Available in standard grey, medium grey and charcoal. We have a small showroom in Bacchus Marsh you can book an appointment to see the colours in person.

Table comes with oversized 150mm steel loop legs, 800mm wide allowing chairs to be easily placed around the entire table including against the legs. Custom sizes available on request.

Our tables are made using a fine grain limestone and cement mix, hand troweled over multiple coats on to a strong structural timber and steel frame, polished and sealed.. This 'Veneer' like process gives the table the appearance of a full slab while been much lighter and easily moved by two people.

Tables are HAND MADE, not mass produced. Due to this and the nature of concrete the tables are 'Imperfect' but this only adds to their character. Tables are made using a special limestone mix that only gets stronger with age.

Custom sizes available on request!

POSTAGE
Free pick up from Bacchus Marsh
Delivery can also be arranged, contact us for a quote

 

FAQ
Are your tables solid concrete? No they are a veneer concrete over a structural timber and steel frame (Hollow underneath)
Do they chip easy? Our tables are unique in the fact they don't chip easily in the edges due to the steel frame underneath. Our own special fine grain concrete mix is also super durable and resists liquids .
Are they sealed and easy to clean? Our tables come fully sealed with a high quality food safe sealer. In general they are super easy to keep clean, even red wine wipes off without issue if cleaned in a timely manner.
What's your warranty? Two years, thus however does not cover any damage to the table or stains.


POSTAGE
Free pick up from Bacchus Marsh
Delivery can also be arranged for Melbourne only, contact us for a quote


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