The Setro dining table is made from different tones of wood in an alternating checkered pattern
22 January 2015
Looking for something clean and uncomplicated for the home? The Setro dining table is made from different tones of wood in an alternating checkered pattern. The result is a a surface that is reminiscent of a chess board – a great conversation starter during dinners.
Pair the Setro dining table with the Lini chairs and you’ll have a complete dining set that looks that’s a pleasure to come home to.
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