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Ancient Mosaic Studio's Rio tabletop marries Novona light travertine marble with light brown marble in an intricate scallop-cut freeform design.
Design Decor's Wineberry table was inspired by the company's best seller, Clematis. Wineberry is made with a mix of red slate and dark brown marble laid on a steel or aluminum foundation.
Exhibiting a fusion of warm, autumnal colors, the Flamenco chat table from Alfresco Home provides a rich piece of artwork when entertaining outdoors.
From Domila, the Chocolate Mosaic tabletop is hand-painted and finished with an abstract design highlighting geometric and contemporary style.
A recessed and curved marble tiled top highlights the Island Designs Monaco Collection by Agio, featuring a dark marble circle at its center and rich ivory strips framed with a weave of light an dark all-weather wicker.
Green Fashion granite highlights the tabletop from Universal Imports, one of 15 colors available.
From Old World Stone & Iron, Ravena is made from Durando Durato gold travertine accented with red onyx and black granite trim with Italian hand-painted marble, a San Simeon design and a gold travertine chair rail edge and chamois grout.
Cast aluminum tops by Palm Springs Rattan & Garden Classics can pair with a variety of outdoor dining options and feature non-rusting elements with a classic floral design in the center.
From Summer Classics, the Black Lagoon natural stone table features hand-cut tumble marble tiles in subdued earth tones.
Part of Whitecraft's Woolrich line, this rectangular dining table exudes au naturel style with its lodge design and faux wood top.
Providing a transitional look, the Antique Nickel tabletop by O.W. Lee is crafted with liquid metal filled with a fiberglass resin filler and topped with an aging stain to give the table a distressed, vintage look.
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