Combining the warmth of solid wood with the beautiful forms of the modern furniture era, the Catalina Extension Table is simple, with a slightly angled linear silhouette. Designs of the mid-century modern period reflected a sense of hope and the promise of an ideal future. Now, comfort and nostalgia can be found in the Catalina dining table's retro-modern shape and sensibility. The Catalina dining table incorporates self-equalizing ball bearing extension glides and a single, self-storing, 24" wide butterfly leaf.
The CH339 Dining Table from Carl Hansen combines fine materials and elegant design into a majestic piece that brings a modern, minimal touch to any dining room. Originally designed by Hans Wegner in 1962, the CH339 Dining Table features slender legs that support the 1 inch thick top. The symmetrical frame adds to the CH339 Dining Table's modern appeal. Whether you need a quick bite to eat or a place to host your entire family for a formal dinner, the CH339 Dining Table offers modern, functional design for any dining room.
The Gus Modern Niagara Counter Table Dining Set includes one (1) rectangular counter table on casters. Table has a brushed stainless steel base and veneer tabletop. Also included are four (4) School Counterstools, with black powdercoated steel bases and molded plywood seat and back panels. Seats up to 6.
The Table One uses a minimal design and an abundance of white space to provide an elegant and thoroughly modern piece. At 63 inches wide this Magis Table One offers plenty of room for the entire family. Available in a black or polished aluminum base, this Magis Table is sure to offer a modern touch to any space, and with its minimal design it's incredibly versatile. Formal holiday dinner, informal brunch, casual game of cards. The Magis Table One can do it all with ease.
The School Dining Table by Gus Modern is a refined version of the schoolroom table we're all so familiar with. In this case, the wood is veneered with beautiful Oak or Walnut, and legs are black powder-coated steel. A slight angle to the legs adds dimension to this dining table. Seats 6.
The Saarinen Dining Table by Knoll was designed by Eero Saarinen, one of the master designers of the 20th century. Available in a number of surfaces finishes, this table is among one of the most important furniture designs of the mid-century movement.
Though the name may be deceiving, the Ward Bennett Full Round Table; which is of the square and rectangle variety, is well-rounded. It can serve as a side table, coffee table, or dining table. The 4-leg base and frame is constructed with round metal tubes, which is available in 3 shades. Herman Miller and Geiger offer the table top in a variety of sizes and wood veneer options.
The Cherner Round Table, made from molded plywood in the USA, was designed to complement Cherner chairs. Lightweight and strong, the Cherner Round Table's top is 1.125" thick. Table is 29.5" h x 40-48" in diameter.
The Knoll Cyclone Dining Table was designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1953 in an effort to experiment with wire and wood. The Cyclone Dining Table brilliantly combines both materials into an eye-catching piece. The sculptural base incorporates chrome-plated steel wires and a black porcelain finished foot. The beech exposed edge of the table's surface provides that touch of flair that truly sets the Cyclone Dining Table apart.
The Cherner Konwiser Table was designed in 1958 by Norman Cherner, and was just recently put back into production by the Cherner Chair Company. Plywood and wood veneer top, chromed steel base. Dimensions: 29.5" h x 30" diameter