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Valhalla Rectangular Dining Table from Kingsley-Bate

Valhalla Rectangular Dining Table from Kingsley-Bate

Customers shopping for new patio furniture are faced with many choices in terms of design and construction. For those wanting a classic look, wood furniture can be the perfect choice for durability and aesthetics. Wood pieces blend into any outdoor space and are easy to maintain. Some manufacturers create furniture that resembles real wood, but is made from synthetic material. These collections look and feel like wood, but are often easier to maintain.

For customers seeking the richness of real wood pieces, Kingsley-Bate’s teak collections can’t be beat. Its Vallhalla tables are constructed from reclaimed teak with a gray wash finish. Both dining and occasional tables are available, including a 73-inch and 96-inch dining rectangular table, 24-inch square side table, and 55-inch rectangular coffee table. The 72-inch dining table comfortably seats six while the 96-inch table seats eight, and pairs well with a variety of their woven dining chairs. The occasional tables complement their woven seating collections beautifully.

Eon's Milan counter-height dining set

Eon’s Milan counter-height dining set

For customers interested in synthetic, wood-looking outdoor furniture, Eon offers a wide array of designs. The new Eon Milan counter-height dining set is the ideal combination of style and function, looking great on the patio, balcony or terrace. This slightly upscale and more refined design is perfect for bringing elegance to an outdoor area. Made from a highly-engineered polymer, this dining set is built to last a lifetime.

 

Kingsley-Bate

Eon

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