7 Best Dining Table Espresso

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Top 7 Dining Table Espresso

Zinus Juliet Espresso Wood ( Benches / 3 Piece Set)
Product Highlights:
  • finished pine wood for classic charm
  • benches 39.3 inches x 14 inches x 18 inches, table 45 inches x 28 inches x 29 inches
  • easily assembled in minutes
FURINNO FKDL006T1 Fkdl006T1 Dining ( Dining Table, Espresso)
Product Highlights:
  • simple stylish design, functional and suitable for any room.
  • sturdy on flat surface. easy assembly.
  • material: mdf
Zinus Jen MidCentury Modern ( Dining Table / Espresso)
Product Highlights:
  • pine wood with rounded corner details
  • measures 47.2 inches x 29.5 inches x 29 inches
  • easily assembled in minutes
Zinus Jennifer Modern Studio ( Office Desk / Computer Table, Espresso)
Product Highlights:
  • sturdy steel frame with rich espresso finish
  • easy to assemble
  • table dimensions 55 inches x24 inches x29 inches
Ashley Furniture Signature Design ( Rectangular - Dark Brown)
Product Highlights:
  • contemporary dining table: dark, sleek and totally handsome. it's simply a treat for the eyes. this dining room table is a sophisticated addition for your personal at-home bistro
  • rectangular shape: dinner table is made of veneers, wood and engineered wood with sharp, tapered legs
  • great for small spaces: this table is big on style, but small in scale measuring 24" w x 45" d x 29.75" h. it's perfect for smaller dining areas and seats up to 6 people
Zinus Vialeta Mission Style ( Table Only, Espresso)
Product Highlights:
  • painted pine wood finished in warm brown
  • measures 47.2" x 29.5" x 29"
  • easily assembled in minutes
Zinus Juliet Espresso Wood ( Table / Table Only)
Product Highlights:
  • sturdy pine wood construction
  • measures 45" x 28" x 29"
  • easily assembled in minutes

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