"Tuscany" Hampton Style Hardwood Timber Dining Table with Pedestal Base Whitewash, 210 x 105cm

Melbourne Dining Table

VOLS-030-NWW | 210cm x 105cm | $1499.00

VOLS-028-NWW | 240cm x 110cm | $1799.00

VOLS-029-NWW | 300cm x 120cm | $2499.00

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Dimensions Length: 210cm x Width: 105cm x Height: 76.5cm
Assembly Required
Materials Solid Hardwood Mango Wood
Colour White Wash

This beautiful Solid Hardwood Timber table with Pedestal Base will add the perfect touch to your home. It is extremely substantial and superbly made.  Looks great with cross back chairs for a casual rustic look or with linen upholstered chairs for a more formal and elegant feel.

For simply gorgeous furniture that combines style, superb quality and exceptional value for money you simply can't go past the "Tuscany" Solid Hardwood Timber Range.


Suits a variety of styles from Hampton Style, French Provincial, Coastal Chic, Resort Style, Rustic Country Charm, Contemporary Classic to Cape Cod Style.

Available Sizes:


Available Colours:
White Wash
Light Antique Natural
Distressed Grey
Grey with White Base


Facts about Mango Wood

Mango wood is categorized as hardwood because of its strength, density, attractive looks and of course durability that allows it not to wear out quickly and keep their high luster texture for many years.

Mango wood (Mangifera Indica) is the new bamboo! A sustainable and environmentally friendly source of timber. It is now increasingly appreciated for its lovely, rich grain. Mango wood is hard and strong wood, which is particularly good for building furniture.

Best known for the delicious fruits they produce, the mango tree grows 20m to 30m tall. However, once the tree is fully grown it decreases the rate at which it produces fruit, prompting mango farmers to cut down the mature trees and replace them with young saplings.

In the past, getting rid of these cut-down trees was seen as a burden by the farmers, as they would have to burn or discard them. Nowadays, the farmers are able to capitalise on the tree's value as a beautiful sustainable hardwood.