The Eliot Wood Drive is our best-selling extension table from Cattelan Italia. This table perfectly blends clean lines with true utility. The pedestal-style base allows for free movement around all sides of the table without running into legs. The self-storing leaves employ a very smart and simple "flip" mechanism. The base can be finished in white, black, and graphite or make it a perfect match for your stainless appliances and order the table with the satin stainless steel base. The top and extensions feature angled edges and can be finished in Canaletto Walnut or Burned Oak. This table has been so successful that we are now inventorying the largest size with the Burned Oak top and Satin Stainless Steel base. This is one of our favorites so we love to talk about it. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about the Eliot Wood Drive table.

Specs / Details

The Eliot Wood Drive table by Cattelan Italia features a wood top that extends via fold-out extensions. A steel base completes the look. Contemporary extending dining table with base in white, graphite or black embossed lacquered steel, or satin finished stainless steel. Top and extensions in Canaletto walnut or burned oak. Design by Giorgio Cattelan. Made in Italy.

Designed By: Giorgio Cattelan
Made In: Italy
Manufactured By: Cattelan Italia
Shipping Info
Shipping Price: $100.00
Shipped Via: Air Freight (a curbside delivery)

This Cattelan Italia table will ship on a pallet via Air Freight (curbside delivery) to most US addresses. Additional delivery services are available a la carte (such as inside delivery to first dry/secure area; inside delivery to room of choice, uncrate, debris removal, etc). Should you require delivery in Chicago or anywhere in the upper-midwest please contact us to ask us about our flat-rate white glove delivery service via our EuroSprinter (see more about the EuroSprinter here). Should you require a white glove delivery outside of our EuroSprinter delivery area we can arrange for that as well.... just ask!

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