This dining table is the perfect way to add some eclecticism to your space. It has a minimalist, detail-oriented design that compliments an array of interior decor styles. The biophilic material coincides with your connection to nature, and serves as a wonderful conversation starter at dinner parties. Exotic hardwoods are resilient, so you can feel good knowing you'll have this handmade, eco-friendly piece for many years to come.
Beautiful and striking, our table design is the result of a strategic plan to keep the Ecuadorian Rainforest out of the path of deforestation. Instead of only using “well-branded” wood species, we craft our products with dozens of wood species found in the forest. Why? The more species we use, the more value we bring to the forest, which reduces the incentive for locals to clear cut. Learn more
- Dimensions: 36"W x 60"L x 30.5"H (seats 4-6)
- Includes: Blackened steel legs and hardware (wrench required for assembly)
- Finish: Sanded flat; Available unfinished or with no-VOC Rubio Monocoat; Custom finishes available
- Jungle (random pattern of all wood with clear finish)
- Canopy (gradation of all wood with clear finish)
- Rosita (warm toned wood with dark red finish)
- Azufre (warm toned wood with cream finish)
- Vera Negra (cool toned wood with dark brown finish)
- Animé (cool toned wood with white finish)
- Plank Width: 5/8", 2", or 3"
- Character: May include spalting and filled insect holes
- Carbon Value: Prevents 5.6 tons of CO2 emissions
- Source: Mixed tropical hardwoods from Chocó Rainforest in Ecuador, protected and sustainably managed by Whole Forest
Made in Ecuador, finished in Pennsylvania.
Colors shown will vary.
All tables can be expected to arrive 6-8 weeks after the purchase date. We'll update you by email as your table travels to the United States. Please expect any additional customizations to require about one week to complete.
How does the carbon emissions from shipping affect the carbon value of the product? The amount of carbon that's able to remain intact in Ecuador's rainforest is massive. Consequentially, the carbon footprint of shipping is minuscule in comparison. If you'd like more information on this, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.