This Striking Table Has Legs, and It Knows How to Use Them

  • Kara Mann’s new Liquid dining table for Milling Road ($4,995) pairs veneered walnut with an overlay of polished, oil-rubbed bronze that adorns the inside of the curved legs.

Kara Mann’s new Liquid dining table for Milling Road ($4,995) pairs veneered walnut with an overlay of polished, oil-rubbed bronze that adorns the inside of the curved legs. “The legs of dining tables usually get hidden by chairs,” says the Chicago- and New York–based interior designer, “so I wanted to create a polished surface for [them] that would catch the eye.” Liquid is available in three finishes: whitened, natural, and the blackened version shown here. millingroad.com

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