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Cullen Rectangle Dining Table


Our Cullen Collection is metropolitan and classic, updated and timeless, refined and simple….  These juxtapositions are perfectly achieved by taking classic forms and adding just the right amount of details to make them current and timeless and choosing a finish that has depth and lasting appeal.   Details such as inside bevel frames, tapered legs, a bead trim in contrasting finish, raised panel fronts, custom cast hardware and polished nickel ferrules.   The finish is a rich multi-step hand glazed platinum that is deep gray with warm undertones.

Our Cullen Rectangle Dining Table is the epitome understated and refined style and features well designed details.  The table top features an inset frame design with a small reveal edge.  There is hand applied charcoal grey striping on the table top as well on a apron bead molding detail.  The tapered legs feature platinum finish ferrules.  The table is standard with two extension leaves and comfortable seats 10 guests in style!

DIMENSIONS: W 80 1/4” | D 44 ” | H  30″
Extends: 100 1/4″ with (1) leaf  |  120 1/4″ with (2) leaves
Height: Floor to underside of apron: 26″ H

SKU: 25834 Category: Tag:


• Maple veneers and hardwood solids
• Charcoal gray striping on top
• Two 20” leaves, extends to 120”
• Seats 10 with both leaves in
• Metal ferrules on feet
• Available on as shown.


• Table legs are constructed with strong corner blocks glued and screwed with lag bolts, increasing the overall strength and rigidity of each leg.
• Hidden metal locks are used to reduce gaps on tables with leaves, giving the table a clean, smooth appearance and ensuring durability over time.
• Premium quality table glides are used to secure the piece, reducing warping and sagging and resulting in a sturdy table frame.
•Veneers are used to make furniture stronger and more durable than solid wood.  They resist shrinking, swelling, warping and cracking due to humidity and other environmental changes


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