Monolith Natural Silver-Grey Travertine Dining Table




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Drawing inspiration from the geometric form of a cube, our aim with this collection was to evoke a sense of strength and resilience through unified monolithic blocks. These designs not only exude a robust character but are indeed structurally robust. Travertine, the chosen material, is renowned for its durability and practicality, embodying the essence of Roman architecture and history. Its natural and earthy tones, along with its textured appeal, add depth to its allure. Crafted by Bianca Armenion, The Monolith collection features a dining table, coffee table, and side table available in natural cream and silver grey colorways with brass finishes. This timeless collection epitomizes the slow furniture movement, offering enduring appeal that we hope you'll cherish.

The Monolith Natural Silver-Grey Travertine Dining Table stands as a testament to the enduring allure and significance of travertine stone, elevating its design with a blend of natural beauty and architectural strength. This dining table, with its expansive tabletop, comfortably seats up to eight people, making it a perfect gathering spot for family meals, social events, and formal gatherings. The travertine's natural silver-grey palette introduces an element of the natural world's tranquility into the dining space, fostering a serene ambiance that harmonizes with various interior designs.

The table's robust rectangular silhouette is anchored by hefty travertine legs, ensuring stability while enhancing the piece's monolithic character. The intrinsic beauty of travertine, with its distinct patterns and textures, means each table is inherently unique, adding a personalized dimension to any dining area. Its use in the Monolith Dining Table imbues the piece with a historical resonance, connecting the modern dining room to the opulence and permanence of ancient structures.