Skylights 3 Piece Set
This three piece set includes two end tables and one standard cocktail table perfect for a transitional style living room. Both pieces feature an intersecting metal base that connect to create interesting shapes. With beveled glass tops that are inserted into a wood frame you get a mix of three different material that work together to bring you tables unlike others in your home. The curves of the legs and base are balance out by the clean, linear edges of the rectangular top. The end tables can be placed next to your sofa as a place for a lamp, family photos or as a place to set a drink down. Together these two styles create a set that is a bold way to update your home.
The Skylights 3 Piece Cocktail and End Table Set with Metal Base and Glass Top by Liberty Furniture at Furniture and ApplianceMart in the Stevens Point, Rhinelander, Wausau, Green Bay, Wisconsin Rapids, Marshfield, East and West Madison, Wisconsin area. Product availability may vary. Contact us for the most current availability on this product.
The Skylights 3 Piece Set consists of:
Liberty Furniture Skylights Description
The Skylights occasional collection is one that boasts a unique mixture of metal, glass and wood. Pewter metal curves and lines intersect to make geometric designs on the base of each piece. A wood frame finished in Sienna is used on each table top and features a beveled glass insert. Simple in design, these occasional tables are an easy addition to your home. Use the tops to display photos or special decor. These elements come together to create a set of tables that are a great way to update your living room to a transitional style.
The Skylights collection is a great option if you are looking for Transitional furniture in the Stevens Point, Rhinelander, Wausau, Green Bay, Wisconsin Rapids, Marshfield, East and West Madison, Wisconsin area.
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Wood Framed Tops with Beveled Glass Inserts Intersecting Pewter Metal Bases and Legs