Simple and unique, the Spiga Collection is easy on the eyes and full of practicality. Its route lines and patterns on the faces of the table give it depth and a shadow-like effect. The Spiga collection’s carefully selected Primavera and Walnut veneers are patterned in a way that adds warmth and a playful perspective and not only looks beautiful, but functions beautifully as well. The "venge" finish will retain its classic status for years to come and never go out of style.
- Key Features
- - Inspiration: unique, contemporary style.
- - Rich Venge Finish (Espresso).
- - Hand-selected walnut and primavera veneers.
- - Cream coloured faux leather seating.
- - Seats 4-8 comfortably.
- Dimensions & Specifications
- Table: 54"W x 54"D x 36"H.
- Chairs: 20"W x 21.75"D x 38"H.
- Materials & Construction
- Wood Type: Rubberwood.
Rubberwood, from the maple family, has a dense grain making it one of the more stable woods in furniture manufacturing. It also stains well and as a hardwood, is very durable.
- Finish Type: Primavera and Walnut Veneers.
Primavera is a tropical wood from Central America that has a texture very similar to mahogany but is a blond colour. Walnut has an unusual growth structure that allows individual small growth rings inside the normal pattern. When sliced thin, these burls can create beautiful patterns that have been used as decorative accents on all kinds of furniture. Combined, these two veneers create unique patterns and designs otherwise unable to mimic when using solid woods.
- Finish Colour: Venge (Espresso).
This gorgeous finish colour adds depth and texture to the wood character; offsets the cream chairs beautifully.
- Chair Cover Material: Cream coloured faux leather. This material offers a beautiful leather look with exceptional durability and clean-ability. It is also long lasting and better wearing than many other fabrics or leathers.
- Foam: 1.8lb density fibre foam blend. High density foam provides superior support and durability.
- Construction: Solid hardwood construction with corner-blocked joints. 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.
Table requires base to be bolted; chairs require legs and seats to be bolted.