The “Bolero” table is a minimalist and sleek addition to the dining room with many size and geometric shapes. The frame supporting the table has a triangular section profile and is available in a wengé-stained solid ash or in solid Canaletto walnut.
The table top surface is in rotary-cut wengé-stained ash veneer or Canaletto walnut veneer, with a characteristic cross-grain inlay and a wengé-stained solid ash or Canaletto walnut trim around the edge.
The 220x110 cm and 250x100 cm tables and the 150 cm diameter round version are available with the top in Calacatta gold marble, with bevelled edge and semi-polished or polished polyester finish. With the semi-polished finish, the surface of the marble top is treated with a protective water-repellent solution that gives it a more natural look. In the version with polished finish, meanwhile, a transparent polyester paint is applied that makes the surface of the top more resistant, preventing it from absorbing liquids. In the marble versions, the legs of the table are in ash in a wengé stain or Canaletto walnut. Wenge-stained ash, Canaletto walnut, Calacatta Oro marble, brilliant and semi-brilliant.
The 180 cm diameter round version is also available complete with a Lazy Susan turntable, resting on rather than fixed to the table top, comprising two round flat trays with different diameters.
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Our team of professionals at the Home Resource can help you delve through all the options and possibilities of furnishing with Poltrona Frau including:
- Selecting the right pieces for your home or business
- Choosing your custom coverings
- Furniture installed properly and hassel-free any location
There is no charge for furnishing consultations when you purchase any Poltrona Frau piece with Home Resource.
Poltrona Frau is a furniture-maker founded in 1912 by Sardinian-born Renzo Frau in Turin, Italy, headquartered since the early 1960s in Tolentino, Italy and specializing in leather seating for interior and automotive applications. The company name combines the Italian word for armchair, "Poltrona" and "Frau, the last name of its founder.
Noted for their exhaustive quality standards, the company uses a 21-step leather tanning process where the full-grain leather is dyed through, so a surface scratch won’t reveal a lining underneath. 95% of the company's products are made by hand.
In 2004, Poltrona Frau acquired noted Italian furniture company Cappellini, and the Poltrona Frau Group now includes brands Poltrona Frau, Cappellini, Cassina, Alias, Nemo Lighting, Ceramica Flaminia and Fish Design