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Regency Kendrick Breakroom Table, 36", Slate

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Product description

Color:Slate

The elegant Kendrick collection puts the class in classroom. These versatile tables are at home in stylish restaurant settings as well as classrooms, breakrooms and more. This 36-inch round table is constructed of a thermal fused melamine Slate laminate tabletop that is 1-inch thick and finished with a black T-Mold edge band. Laminates are scratch, stain and scald resistant and wipe clean easily. The base is constructed of a black tubular steel X-Base and is protected with a black powder coated finish for a uniform, matte finish. Adjustable glides on the Bottom that raise the whole base off the ground give the Kendrick collection an open, modern look. Kendrick table bases are backed by a 10-year limited manufacturer's .


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Regency Kendrick Breakroom Table, 36", Slate

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Oak by Getty Images, aster and carpenter bee by Ed Spevak, compass plant by Erica Ballard, grasses and goldenrod by Frank Oberle, goldenrod by James Trager, Polyphemus by Linda Williams.
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