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San Clemente Dining Table

SKU#  484068
Was $399.99 Now $199.99
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Why We Love It

The straight lines and clean design of our exclusive San Clemente Dining Table give it eye-catchingly modern appeal. Sitting atop a steel frame, its fade- and stain-resistant faux wood tabletop looks like real wood yet is made to withstand the elements, preserving its beauty season after season. This easy-to-clean dining table is an attractive and sensible centerpiece for your outdoor oasis.

Details & Dimensions

  • Crafted of steel and resin faux wood
  • Features center outdoor umbrella hole with removable plug; recommended for use with our 9' Black or Brown Umbrella Frame and Pole and our 25-lbs. Umbrella Stand, sold separately
  • Cover or bring inside during inclement weather
  • Part of our San Clemente Outdoor Dining Collection
  • Clean with damp cloth and wipe dry
  • World Market exclusive
  • Overall: 71.7"W x 36"D x 29.9"H, 62.7 lbs.
  • Floor to bottom of table: 29.4"H
  • Between legs on end: 32.52"W
  • Between legs on side: 68.19"W

Read the Buzz

Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by durable and cost effective This table is a great option if you are looking for a durable and cost effective option for your patio. My only complaint is that after a lot of sun and rain the top slats warp a little bit (tiny bit, that probably we only notice). We love it! June 27, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Looks beautiful, feels solid, but construction could be better This table looks great on my patio, and I appreciate that the faux wood isn't going to demand the upkeep that real wood kept outside would need. However, I did find that the fake wood material appeared to have trouble with the screws used to secure the slats to the table frame. The box had about four loose screws floating around, and a couple more popped out once I assembled the table and flipped it upright. I'm not very concerned since gravity is going to hold the slats in place just as well as the screws, but it is a flaw. May 7, 2014
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