Pratt is a clean and contemporary table featuring a hand-welded steel base in a glossy white powder-coated finish. With a variety of top options, Pratt looks sophisticated in whatever combination of materials you choose.

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Learn about the artisans:   Bell Manufacturing of Minneapolis, MN

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Pratt 42r Dining Table

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Great table


from New Youk, NY

Style Modern/contemporary

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  • Affordable
  • Easy to clean
  • Great Design
  • Quality construction


    Best Uses

    • Formal dining
    • Kitchen

    Customer comments about Pratt 42r Dining Table:

    Beautiful, solid construction. Very hard to find a decent table this size and I know because I looked for 18 months before I found this.

    • I live in a:
    • Apartment/condo
    • This product is used in my:
    • Dining area

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    • Pratt 42r Dining Table


      What chairs would you recommend for this table? Do you have a simple white chair that works?
      Asked on 2/3/2014 by I've bought many things from you!! from About 6 blocks from your Edina, MN store

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    • Pratt 48r Dining Table


      Is the white (or bright white) quartz composite made in the US? Do you know if it is treated with microban? Please let me know. Thanks so much.
      Asked on 1/23/2014 by Alison

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        Both the white and the bright white quartz composite tops are made in Minnesota. Quartz composite is a man made product. Natural quartz is ground up and polyester resin filler is used to fill voids and create a slab. This creates an almost non-porous material which does not harbor bacteria. Therefore, we do not apply additional treatments like Microban.

        Answered on 1/23/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board
    • Pratt 42r Dining Table


      Just want to know if I order the white MDF top that it is exactly the white of the legs
      Asked on 10/25/2013 by NeedTable

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        They are designed to work together and should be nearly exact. However, the top and the base are made by two different manufacturers so slight variations may exist.

        Answered on 10/26/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
    • Pratt 36r Dining Table


      How are the tops of the tables attached to the base? I am trying to decide between a wood or stone top. Thank you.
      Asked on 9/11/2013 by MM

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        The wood and MDF tops attach by screws to the Pratt base. The stone and glass tops rest on small rubber bumpers that adhere to the top of the base. If you have other questions, please contact any of our Design Associates at 800.301.9720.

        Answered on 9/11/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
    • Pratt 48r Dining Table


      Will a 48 inch round table seat 5 people?
      Asked on 7/20/2013 by Judy

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        5 people around a 48" table is cozy but can work if the chairs aren't too wide. However, on this style with 4 legs someone is likely to have to contend with the leg.

        Answered on 7/21/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board
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