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Eden 170cm White High Gloss Dining Table - with 4 Leon White Chairs (White Leg)

Stylish, modern and comfortable

A table designed for dining, entertaining, and so much more, the Eden's relaxed and stylish feel easily brings everyone together over daily meals and conversations.

With its coat of white gloss, it makes a stunning statement while standing up to regular use at home and being easy to maintain.

Pair this up with our handsome Leon chairs. Featuring sleek legs that match the table, it also has a supportive backrest and seat pad for a comfy sit.

Table

Note: To keep your table looking its best, always use placemats to protect the tabletop from hot plates and dishes as well as preventing scratches. Do not use abrasive or corrosive products to clean the table. Wipe clean with a soft, damp, cloth and dry with a soft duster. Make sure accidental spills are dealt with immediately.

Chairs

  • Slick, modern chairs with a streamlined look
  • Modern style with clean lines for a contemporary feel
  • Upholstered in an attractive and easy to clean white faux leather
  • Modern, white metal legs
  • Seat support constructed from high quality, high density foam and fibre upholstery
  • Featuring a contemporary vertical stitch design
  • Supportive backrests for comfortable, long-term seating
  • British standards tested for strength and stability
  • Require simple assembly

Dimensions

Leon Leather Dining Chair - White (White Leg)
  • Overall Height: 99.0cm
  • Overall Width: 44.0cm
  • Overall Depth: 48.0cm
  • Seat Height: 47.0cm
  • Seat Depth: 45.0cm
Eden White High Gloss Dining Table - 170cm
  • Overall Length: 170.0cm
  • Overall Height: 75.0cm
  • Overall Width: 90.0cm
  • Tabletop Thickness: 4.0cm
  • Leg Width: 5.0cm
  • Leg Depth: 15.0cm

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Eden 170cm White High Gloss Dining Table with 4 Leon White Chairs (White Leg)
Eden 170cm White High Gloss Dining Table - with 4 Leon White Chairs (White Leg)
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