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Millbank 2-Tiered Rectangular Coffee Table

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Featuring contemporary styling with a striking second level, the Millbank Coffee Table is a designer's dream realized. Warmly finished in wood above and juxtaposed by metallic lacquer below, the overall contrast is both striking and remarkable.

Beveled edges run along both sides of the Millbank, while the bookends are rounded to maximize comfort. Last but not least, the surface above rises to a second, ultra-thin level.

This product is part of our white glove service program, which includes the item being delivered to your home, carried to its location and then unpacked, but not assembled. All the packing material will be removed for your convenience.

FeaturesAvailable Finish/Color: Walnut on GraphiteWarm wood above, contrasting metallic lacquer belowA second level riser allows more visibility for showcasing itemsTastefully beveled edges line both sides of the tableIncludes white glove service
Specifications
Composite WoodNatural Wood VeneerMetallic Lacquer
Dimensions
Overall Size: 79W x 28D x 13H inches /192lbs
Assembly Required
No
Ships within 5-7 days




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