Dakota Large Round Coffee Table, Washed Blue Steel Dakota Large Round Coffee Table, Washed Blue Steel

Limited Availability Next Arrival in Early December

Stout lines and sturdy proportions give the Dakota Collection a sense of Stone Age chic, refined almost as if they were carved from stone. Circular silhouettes, which can be found structurally stacked in our Dakota Large Round Coffee Table, exude shapely modernism, while an open display and platform shelf complement the thick form with an inherent sense of airiness. Contemporary luxury is also found in its washed blue linen finish and metallic nickel accents. A curved, inset drawer at the top adds dimension and functionality. The Dakota is the perfect marriage of reimagined classics—what Villa & House is best known for.

  • 40.5dia x 18.5h
  • Pigmented Lacquered Sanded Linen
  • Nickel Finish Accents
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Between Legs: 18.5"

Floor To Bottom: 14.5

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