Graceful arches: Blue Leaf Hospitality’s Omega dining table

The two curving legs of the table meet at the solid teak table top and base to form graceful arches.

Blue Leaf Hospitality launched the Omega dining table. Similar to the Greek letter of its namesake, the two curving legs of the table meet at the solid teak table top and base to form graceful arches. The empty space beneath the Omega dining table creates a contemporary silhouette, while its clean lines and material are a nod to midcentury aesthetics.

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