RoyalOak Milan designed with a contemporary design sets looks for your dining room. Being a compact four seater dining set it can fit in most places. The dining set is black in colour which looks descent with a light theme and also blend with a darker theme and tempered glass top and glass shelf adds to the beauty of this classy dining set.
Easy to clean and maintain
Designed with curved glass edges for safety
Utilize space in a nifty way
Resistant to scratches
Chairs are a bit clumsy
Not for bigger family
Nilkamal presents a unique and classy design of modern dining structure with capacity of 6 people. It has been designed to get easy blend with most of our interiors. It is resistant to shrinkage due to the use of rubber wood in its construction. It has been constructed with a sturdy, sustainable and environment friendly wood with scratch-resistant fabrics which adds more value to it.
Resistant to shrinkage
Designer backrest for maximum comfort
Sturdy and sustainable wood
Great material with great finishing
Seat base is not made of solid wood
No extra storage provided
DeckUp Vivanta has contemporary design with the capacity of 6 seater dining table set. It has been designed to fit in compact places and easily blend with the interiors of the drawing room. The rubber wood being used in this is long lasting and provides stability and resistance to shrinkage.
Easy fit in any space
Look wise stylish,classic design
Durable and reasonable price
Chairs are not too sturdy
RoyalOak Sonata four seater capacity comes with a compact design, easy to fit in at any place. It is made up of tempered glass with curved side design of glass make it look more stylish and modern.
6 mm frosted glass in the middle
Sturdy and heavy
Compact and durable
No extra storage present
Nilkamal Berry presents us with premium wood quality 4 seater dining table set from the makers of Nilkamal. The chairs are made up of solid rubber wood with design on the back and cushion made of PU foam. It is easy to clean and maintain. It provides 1 year warranty on manufacturing defects