100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
August 21, 2015
Although it was a long wait to receive the dining table blocks, they are beautiful. They are large and look like a solid block, although they are not. They look just like the photograph and work well with the white and walnut sideboard we have. I'm pleased.
- Unique, very contemporary, easy to move.
- Takes several weeks to ship, but worth the wait.
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from Utah asked:
August 29, 2016
We want a 63 inch square glass table top. Will these blocks work?
In order for this to work with a 63 inch square table, you would need to use 2 orders of these blocks(4 blocks). These pieces are made to hold up to 80 inches long and 36-40 inches wide.
Submitted by: Customer Service on August 30, 2016
from Cleveland Ohio asked:
August 11, 2016
Would a 60 inch round top work with this base
Yes, using the blocks as shown, this table can handle a 60 inch round glass top.
Submitted by: Customer Service on August 11, 2016
from New York asked:
April 11, 2016
I am interested in these blocks for a dining room table. The glass top would be 38" by 60". What size blocks would I need and what would the price be?
For a 38" x 60" top, you would need to order it just as it is shown. The price shown includes 1 convex block and 1 concave block. The blocks can handle up to 80".
Submitted by: Customer Service on April 11, 2016
from Los Angeles, CA asked:
January 14, 2014
What would be the recommended size for the piece of glass for these blocks?
The recommended size would depend on how many blocks are used. The blocks are modular and can really be arranged in any configuration. If you were to purchase two Conversation Blocks and were to arrange them in the configuration shown above, we would recommend a glass top of around 80" long x 36-40" wide, as you will want a minimum of 10" of leg space all around.
Submitted by: Customer Service on January 16, 2014