Dusk 59" Dining Table


Dusk 59" Dining Table

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Dusk 59" Dining Table

Beautifully crafted with the highest-quality materials, the Dusk 59" Dining Table will enhance any modern dining space. Panels made of medium-density fiberboard with honeycomb construction and framed with chipboard ensure durability, while the tabletop features four conjoined squares with modern lines to provide increased appeal. A central stand – instead of the traditional four legs – adds visual interest while offering extra space for guests. To complement your taste and existing decor, this table is available in your choice of color and finish.


  • Designed by Delio Vicente
  • Stylish and elegant design will enhance your dining area
  • Pedestal-style base is visually interesting
  • Tabletop features four conjoined squares with clean, sleek lines
  • Choose color and finish to accommodate your taste
  • Quality crafted to provide long-lasting stability and support
  • Fits up to eight people; comfortably sits four
  • Made in Portugal


Weight167 lbs
WarrantyTwo Years Manufacturer's Warranty Against Defects
What's Included(1) Dusk 59" Dining Table
Shipping MethodFree Ground Shipping (Freight)
AssemblyAssembly Required; Hardware and Instructions Included

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3 Questions & 3 Answers
from Fl asked:
October 9, 2021
Is the table rectangular or square?  It says 59 x 59
1 Answer
This table is square
Submitted by: Customer Service on October 10, 2021

from New York asked:
February 6, 2019
another question about color/material....is the "Chocolate" solid wood? or laminate?
1 Answer
The finish on this table is mdf with laminate. It is not solid wood.
Submitted by: Brian on February 7, 2019

from Lincoln, NE asked:
December 27, 2016
is the top of the black/concrete actually concrete or is it a laminate with a concrete look? Does the base have a black wood grain look or is it solid black?
1 Answer
The top for the concrete option is a melamine faux concrete. The pure black does look like a solid black. Any grain is only noticed if looked at very closely.
Submitted by: Customer Service on December 27, 2016

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