• graham dining table
  • graham dining table
  • graham dining table
  • graham dining table
  • graham dining table
  • graham dining table
  • graham dining table
  • graham dining table

Graham Dining Table

Treillage Collection

$5,800

- +

Estimated ship date: Late September 2022

Close Popup Button Dock Popup to Bottom Button

Add to cart ($10 each)

Close Popup Button Dock Popup to Bottom Button

Add to cart ($5 each)

Step 2/2

Once you submit your order, you will receive an email with instructions on how and where to ship your fabric.

Should your order require special handling (fabric backing, unusual fabric placement, skirting etc.) not included in our standard product offering, upcharges may apply. Upon receiving your order, we will send you an email to provide you with a quote for any necessary upcharges.

Dimensions

80" W x 40" D x 31-1/2" H

Tear sheets & Downloads
Share

Description

Our Graham Dining table is made of radiant, sustainably sourced teak. Inspired by early 20th century French tables, the Graham features a five-plank top supported by a curvaceous trestle base with mortise and tenon joinery. Exposure to the elements will help reveal the wood’s ability to silver with time. 

90" W x 40" D x 31-1/2" H

Additional Information

Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, teak is terrifically adaptable to any number of settings and weathers gracefully. This piece is crafted from sustainably-sourced teak, which starts out as a warm, natural wood color (as shown) and turns a beautiful silvery-gray over time when exposed to the elements.

See more material notes and care instructions here.

Treillage takes its name from the iconic garden antiques store founded by Bunny and her husband John Rosselli in New York. Rooted in Bunny’s passion for natural materials, Treillage recaptures the atmosphere of the storied destination through furniture, art, and accessories.

Furniture enhances the room-like quality of an outdoor space, just as it transforms empty rooms indoors. It makes a space more welcoming and communicates to visitors: Stop and smell the roses.