Andy Round End Table Wood Black on Oak AC Front
Andy Round End Table Wood Black on Oak AC Front
Andy Round End Table Lifestyle AC Front
Andy Round End Table Wood Black on Oak Color Swatch AC

Andy Round End Table

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The Andy Collection has a luxurious design with a simple and stylish effect that will help transform the ambiance in your home. The Black on Oak finish creates a warm background while the classically simple design promotes a Zen-like calm to its surroundings. The Andy collection includes a Round Cocktail, Round End, Console Table and a Round Dining Table

Features
Black on Oak Finish
Tapered Base 

Specifications
Wood

Dimensions
Overall: 24Diameter x 26H inches/45 lbs

Assembly Required
No

Ships within 2-3 days

 





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