Lightweight Concrete Cypress Table

$5,300.00
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You can now have the look of concrete or stone on your project without the use of heavy machinery, and costly specialized shipping methods, on top of furniture costs. When left alone they become sculptural elements worthy of conversation. Ready to be placed in a garden or solarium this lighweight furniture has the look of aged concrete.  This all-weather piece is constructed of fiberglass and stone, making it light enough to be easily movable and substantial enough not to shift about in a strong wind. The smooth surfaces and rounded corners give a modern look to this substantial furniture that provides a unique alternative to traditional faux bois looks. The cypress trunk detailing is inspired by the looks of a cypress in the swamps of Louisiana peeking out from the water.

The irregular circular shape of the table top references the outline of the cypress tree. This table is large enough to seat 6, (chairs sold separately). The slight variation in finish makes each piece unique. Suitable for outdoor use.

Made to order. Ground shipping in the U.S. is included.

DIMENSIONS

  • Width: 54"

  • Depth: 56"

  • Height: 30"

  • Weight (lbs.): 125

Inquire for pricing on a larger 72" tabletop size.

When cleaning this surface, avoid using soaps; can use a little scrubbing with light non-solvent soaps to get out problem spots.


Assembly: No assembly required

Details:

This table is  hand crafted in Chicago, Illinois. Manufactured in a unique way that makes each piece much lighter, allowing you to take advantage of more efficient shipping methods that burn fewer fossil fuels than would be needed to ship products made of heavier materials.

 

Achievements

  • Concrete look without the weight
  • Durable in 4 season exteriors, Exceptional even for interiors
  • They may be left outside year round
  • Low maintenance, easy to clean
  • Each piece is cast by hand and unique
  • Manufactured in Chicago