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Moravia Table

Restaurant Quality Durability Meets Residential Good Looks

A man’s kitchen table often resembles a war zone, especially if they have a young family in tow. Just because it’s a high-traffic piece of furniture, the daily use of which involves sharp utensils, liquids, and foods, doesn’t mean we have to accept shoddy looks. Built using contract-quality construction, the Moravia table ($799) from Design Within Reach is actually sold as a good-looking yet practical solution for restaurant owners. That means it’s designed to take a beating day after day without showing wear and tear.

However there’s no reason why this understated and modern table can’t look right at home as a breakfast nook replacement or apartment friendly main table in your home. Distinguished by a dark coffee stained beech veneer top and brushed stainless steel base, it’s a good solution for bridging the gap between wood and metal furniture elements you might already have. Measuring 30″ tall, by 27″ wide, and 35.5″ deep, it ideally seats two, but could probably squeeze in a high chair bound guest as well. If you need more table space, two Moravias easily push together to accommodate better parties without excessive under table leg clutter.

Buy Now: $799

Ben Bowers is the chief content officer and co-founder of Gear Patrol.
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