This is the Cadillac of faux olive burl laminate. Seriously, it looks amazing after 50 years, and will look exactly the same in 2070 (when it’s still in style). The olive wood grain pattern is both eerily complex and random, which adds to the realism. Moreover, you can sleep easy knowing that you saved an endangered species of wood, and have a relaxed attitude at your dinner parties with the peace that comes from nearly indestructible Formica. A truly stunning oval dining table smothered in iridescent faux burl olive wood that flows over onto the stout edge band and massive pedestal base. Remove the leaves to form a near-perfect circle, capable of seating 4-6, or keep them into create a large oval that seats 8-10. The stylish, architectural column pedestal base not only mimics the curve of the top but serves as a sturdy, unobtrusive alternative to the typical 4-leg bases of the era. (2) Leaves allow this table to extend to a max length of 71.75″.
The vintage 1970s table came from a time capsule home outfitted exclusively in luxurious Nineteen-Laties decor.