Oak Mikado round dining table
Oak Mikado round dining table

Oak Mikado round dining table

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Regular price €2.139,00 Sale price €40,00 / month
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The Mikado dining table, designed by Alain van Havre, has been one of our most recognizable designs for years. For its round version, we kept the same eye-catching construction but aimed for a visually lighter design. In an exercise of balance and stability, the legs are thinner and more refined with round edges to fit the table's new shape.

By exchanging the rectangular tabletop by an ellipse, we increase togetherness and connection. It's easier to interact with your guests, allows you to converse with everyone and seats over a dozen people comfortably. We tried it ourselves!

Made of solid oak with a hard wax oil finish.

At the end of the subscription period, you have the option to buy the furniture for the listed retail price minus what you’ve already paid monthly.

We work with fixed delivery and installation costs.

- Free delivery for all orders above 99 euros. (excl. service elevator)
- 99 euros: for all orders below 99 euros. (excl. service elevator)
- 49 euros: if you add products to your current subscription, free if order is above 99
euros. (excl. service elevator)

( Please contact us if you want to swap or add Live Light items. )

We’ll deliver it to your new place. We’ll install it where and how you want it.
All you have to think about is which side of the sofa you’re claiming to be yours.

Note:
If there is no possibility to locate your items through the staircase or building elevator, we will need to use a ladder lift.

For orders above €99 the white glove delivery is free, and the cost of the ladder lift will be €50. For orders below €99 the white glove delivery and the cost of the ladder lift will be €149 in total. The ladder lift cost will be charged after delivery.

We’re building the circular economy for furniture. By using Live Light you’re also saying goodbye to fast furniture. Let’s work together to cut down on million tons of furniture that ends up in a landfill each year.