Designed by David Allan Pesso, Dayton tables bring a sophisticated residential sensibility to the high-use institutional setting, whether corporate, healthcare, or hospitality. Elegantly tapered oval, square, and round tops seem to float above the gracefully angled steel bases, in a minimal design that can stand alone or cluster into groups. Lightweight yet solid, Dayton end tables are easily pulled up for use as impromptu work surfaces. Cocktail tables impart an anchoring presence in seating groups, as they keep beverages, tech tools, books, and other items close at hand. Tops are available in Plural’s exclusive palette of wood veneer, solid surface, and high-pressure laminate options. The table’s steel-rod base is available in any of our 13 powder-coat finish colors.
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