walnut racetrack oval dining table on pedestal base
Racetrack Oval Dining Table on Pedestal Base
walnut racetrack oval dining table on pedestal base
walnut racetrack oval dining table on pedestal base
walnut racetrack oval dining table on pedestal base
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Racetrack Oval Dining Table on Pedestal Base

This oval dining table packs a lot of punch. The mid century modern table celebrates simple clean lines with its racetrack or pill shape. It is perfect for a minimalist dining room.

The table top is 36" x 72" and is just over 1" thick. The oval is made of walnut and has rounded ends and straight sides to create a racetrack or pill shape. The top sits on a single cross pedestal base that is also made of walnut.

The walnut is finished with an all natural oil that is hand-rubbed into the wood. The oil adheres to individual fibres of the wood and cures to a hardened matte finish. As a low VOC product it is an environmentally friendly product. This oil finish was originally developed for floors and has been adopted for furniture as it provides a robust finish.

We build every table to order so if you are interested in this table or if you need it in a different size or other modification, please reach out in the chat or contact us at hello@loewendesignstudios.com. We'd love to help you design your perfect table.
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$2,680.00 USD
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WOOD: Walnut

FINISH: Natural


SHAPE: Racetrack


EDGE: Rounded Edge

THICKNESS: 1.25"






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