Vintage Durham Cocktail Table



Sometimes the best way to complete a warm and cozy décor is by adding a simple central piece, like a coffee table like a cocktail table. The Durham Cocktail Table is just one example of how you can do that. This particular table has a very beautiful vintage look with clean lines and industrial metal frame. The frame is actually made of metal with a rubberwood planked top and featuring an aged steel finish.

The table is also very functional, featuring a lower shelf that can be sued to store all sorts of objects. You can add storage baskets or simply place the objects as they are for display. Beside the sturdy and durable metal frame, the table also has a heavily distressed planked solid hardwood top finished with with a wash to enhance its rich grain and character.

Overall, the Durham cocktail table is a beautiful vintage piece of furniture with a simple design ready to complement just about any type of décor. Its overall dimensions are 18 1/4″H X 50″W X 24″D and the space between shelves measures 12 3/4″H. Some assembly is requires, since the table doesn’t come fully assembled. It’s one of the simplest and most versatile table designs you can find and it would make a beautiful addition in the living room for example where it could be sued as a coffee table replacement. You can purchase the table for $269.00.


Published by in Furniture, on September 15th, 2011

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