Sustainable pieces: m3 dining table and chairs by Miles & May

Nearly 90 percent of the wood used to build Miles & May’s furniture comes from reclaimed, recycled or non-commercial sources.

Upstate New York-based company Miles & May has launched the m3 dining table and chairs, the newest addition to its collection of eco-friendly furniture.

Nearly 90 percent of the wood used to build Miles & May’s furniture comes from reclaimed, recycled or non-commercial sources. Wood is hand-selected for each piece before being milled and dried to the company’s specifications.

The dining table and chairs are constructed with a white oak top and a white auto-urethaned base, whereas the chairs also contain russet leather in a variety of finishes.

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