Mesa

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Steeped in history, the redwood used in our Mesa dining table tells a unique story. Salvaged from the Hollister region, just north of the Monterey Peninsula in California, the wood comes from brining tanks used by the Lindsay Olive Company in the 1920s. Today, we've reclaimed this beautiful wood to create one-of-a-kind modern outdoor tables. Mesa will develop a beautiful silver patina over time.

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Mesa 72x36 Dining Table

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  • Mesa 72x36 Dining Table

    Q:

    can this table remain outdoors during an east coast spring/summer or does it need to be covered?
    Asked on 6/6/2014 by Fran from Tiverton, RI

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    • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

      A:

      When exposed to the elements the Mesa dining table will develop a beautiful silver patina, including natural variations in color. You can treat reclaimed wood annually or as needed with a penetrating oil designed for outdoor hardwoods. If you have a winter season, cover reclaimed wood furniture or store it indoors to extend its life.

      Answered on 6/6/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
  • Mesa 72x36 Dining Table

    Q:

    Can the table top be removed from the legs so that this will fit thru the doorway to our rooftop deck?
    Asked on 5/11/2014 by drheidi from evanston, il

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    • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

      A:

      The base and top of our Mesa 72x36 Dining Table can be separated.

      Answered on 5/13/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
  • Mesa 72x36 Dining Table

    Q:

    What is the distance between the legs of this table? Trying to determine if two chairs can fit comfortably between the legs.
    Asked on 5/10/2014 by Jenny from Los Angeles

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    • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

      A:

      The open space between the legs of the Mesa Table base is 46”.

      Answered on 5/12/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
  • Mesa 72x36 Dining Table

    Q:

    what type of wood is used to make this table. does the wood require a sealant?
    Asked on 7/9/2013 by I bought this table from Santa Monica, CA

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    • DESIGN ASSOCIATE

      A:

      The Mesa table is made from reclaimed Redwood and is oil finished. No sealant required. The wood will develop a silver patina over time. Room & Board Satin Wax can be used to maintain the oil finish: http://www.roomandboard.com/rnb/product/detail.do?productGroup=25015

      Answered on 7/9/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
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