Integrating simplicity: Daybreak collection from Link

Daybreak is defined by rectilinear teak slats, polished stainless steel frames and luxurious upholstery.

Link has launched Daybreak, a collection of 12 complementary pieces that are versatile for indoors and outdoors. Designed by Link Design Studio in collaboration with Chicago furniture designer Marc Kurlander, Daybreak is defined by rectilinear teak slats, polished stainless steel frames and luxurious upholstery. 

An example is the Daybreak dining table, measuring 120 inches wide and 44 inches deep. The dining table is a complement to the collection of seating that includes sofa, dining chairs and dining arm chairs, chaise, daybed and four tables including a Round dining table. The Daybreak dining table is also available in optional powder coat finishes: bone white, silver, gun metal, bronze patina or antique bronze, with teak options of natural, weathered or oiled.

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