Dining tables with a difference

Eating outdoors on your patio or in your garden is a great way to relax and enjoy the great Australian weather. But it can be tricky knowing what dining table to choose to suit your outdoors. Ben, our Furniture Buyer, takes us through a few of the latest dining table options.

How to choose the right table

For smaller outdoor spaces, a bistro setting or a storage bench that doubles as seating will help you to make the most of your space. Whereas if you like outdoor dinner parties with lots of guests, a large dining table in your outdoor area is the perfect location for a great meal.

Dress up your outdoors

If you enjoy relaxing outdoors and entertaining friends and family, then you’ll love the Mimosa Mareeba timber dining table (pictured above). It has a stylish, modern design that will suit backyards of all sizes. Made from FSC certified eucalyptus hardwood, its sturdy construction will ensure you have memorable meals for years to come.
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Timeless teak that’s built to last

If you’re looking for a modern spin on the classic timber dining table, then the Mimosa Infinity teak outdoor table is for you. Made from 100% FSC approved renewable forest timber, its solid teak frame is great for outdoor use. Its tight grain and natural oils resist decay, it won’t shrink or swell, it’s very strong and it ages well. Made from 3cm teak slats with a rustic grey-wash finish, it can comfortably seat up to 10 people.

The industrial look outdoors

Transform your outdoor area with the Mimosa Nebraska cement dining table. A stunning statement piece, it will bring an industrial look to any outdoor dining area, and even suits a modern indoor setting as well. Lightweight and resistant to extreme weather, it features a pre-sealed fibreglass reinforced concrete top and acacia timber legs.
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Outdoor convenience

The Mimosa round 130cm Mareeba timber table is perfect for outdoor areas that are limited in size. Made from FSC certified eucalyptus hardwood, the tabletop can be folded up in the middle so it can be stored away conveniently. 

Find your perfect table

Check out our full range of outdoor dining tables or check out more new and innovative products.

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