Cami Monte Carlo Garden Coffee Table With Glass

by Out There Interiors
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Product description

The Cam Monte Carlo Coffee Table with Glass brings in a delightful charm to your garden, patio or even pool area. Pair this together with the comfortable armchairs in the Monte Carlo collection and you'll have a wonderful space where you can enjoy great conversations with friends or family.

Designed with an aluminium frame for the base, it is then covered in synthetic rattan done in a traditional basketweave design. This type of synthetic material is favoured for outdoor furniture because it is weather resistant. It will help prevent yellowing and fading over time, even if you leave the table outdoors all year round.

Materials Used: Aluminium frame, Synthetic Rattan
High quality construction
Beautiful basketweave finish
Can be paired with outdoor chairs

Height: 32.5 cm
Width: 100 cm
Depth: 60 cm

Product code:Cami-Grey
Colours:grey, silver/chrome
Materials:metal, wicker/rattan

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DestinationDelivery cost
England - standard delivery FREE
Scotland - standard delivery £35.00
Wales - standard delivery £25.00
Northern Ireland £95.00
Ireland £95.00
Highlands/Islands of Scotland £35.00

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