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Coffee Table Design

Mission Natural Coffee Table
Featuring the unadorned beauty and simplicity of mission style, this coffee table from Furio makes a stunning centerpiece—yet without overshadowing the décor. It's made of rubberwood and has a light natural finish. As perfect for decorative accents as it is for tired feet, it has a sturdy, all-wood construction and minimalist, functional design. A lower shelf offers a place to store books and magazines. 16-1/2Hx40-1/2Wx20D".

Customer Review: Terrific

We purchased this coffee table and three end tables.
Very easy to assemble. Strong sturdy construction and very easy to keep clean.
Clean lines, easy access and for those that love Mission type furniture like we do then these are a must have.
Terrific People selling these items. Very helpful and knowledgeable. A Pleasure to order from these folks,Very eager to please and very considerate of those that order from them. Very fast delivery service too.

Customer Review: Great buy for the $$

If you're going to buy a coffee table for $70 with free shipping, you can't really expect the highest of quality right? After a few months of having this I noticed a crack in the top of the table (you would only notice if you're moving it). Other than that, the table has been fine, crack still there obviously but hasn't really grown and the remaining parts of the table have held up quite well. I have to say I am very happy I spent the extra $10 on this nice looking table than that cheap-o one I was looking at from IKEA. Oh yeah, it can also hold a surprising amount of weight on the bottom layer.


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The Fringe Benefits of Housework
I rarely use my coffee table to display coffee-table books anymore. I don't have the room in the budget for huge, overpriced tomes full of glossy pictures. And I don't really have room on the table, either, what with the half-completed artwork and medical

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