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Rubik Rectangular Coffee Table

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Item Number: 4029
$700.00 - $950.00

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Complete the room

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Find a table in the size, shape and material you’re looking for with Rubik (2008). Whether it’s for the living room, bedroom or entryway, there’s a table to fit your needs. Short, tall, square or round, each Rubik is made with a spare stainless steel base and either high-quality wood veneer or solid marble tabletop. There’s a quiet presence to these functional tables, which makes them work in a variety of settings. The Nesting Table fits underneath both the Side Table and the rectangular Coffee Table. Made in U.S.A.

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Dimensions

H 16" W 48" D 24" Rubik Rectangular Coffee Table

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Brushed stainless steel; solid Arabescato marble top or MDF core with walnut, natural oak or ebony-stained oak veneer.

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