A comfortable, stylish dining package should never be taken for granted. This counter-height Adara dining set offers comfort with its foam seat cushions covered in elegant chestnut PU, and stability with its robust Rubberwood construction. Rather than a sterile, smooth surface, each Adara table features unique markings which intentionally add a rustic charm to the piece. The burnished mango finish and criss-cross cut-outs in the bench and chair backs add character and charm that will not go unnoticed by your guests!
- Key Features
- - This Adara dining set is rich character and charm
- Two 13" leaves included for additional table space.
- - Finished in beautiful burnished mango
- - Bench and chairs are designed with interesting criss-cross cut-outs in the back
- - Seats upholstered with chestnut PU and cushioned with foam to provide extra comfort
- - Includes one table, one bench, and four chairs
- Table extends to 96"
- Dimensions & Specifications
Materials & Construction
- Table - without Leaves: 70" W x 36" H x 36" D
- Table - with 1 Leaf: 83" W x 36" H x 36" D
- Table - with 2 Leaves: 96" W x 36" H x 36" D
- Chair: 19" W x 40" H x 22" D
- Server: 54" W x 36" H x 18" D
- Wood/Finish Type: Rubberwood / Mango Veneers;
Rubberwood is a hardwood from the maple family of woods. It has a dense grain easily controllable in the kiln-drying process and therefore decreasing shrinkage, making it one of the more stable construction materials in furniture manufacturing. Mango veneers will not crack or split, remaining beautiful for years. This gorgeous finish brings out the wood character and easily adapts to existing colour schemes.
- Chair Material: Upholstered in PU;
Beautiful leather look with exceptional durability and very easy to clean. PU is longer lasting and better wearing than many other fabrics or leathers.
- Seating Foam: Density Foam;
This foam provides great comfort for those long dinner parties!
- General Construction: Screwed, Glued and Corner-Blocked;
In the frames of high stress points for case goods, an extra block of wood is often added to joints in order to give additional support. This technique is used on excellent quality furniture.