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Steal of the Day: Railroad Tie Dining Table and Chairs

A dining table is a big investment. So why pay full price when you can swoop up a gorgeous one at 30 percent off? Made from reclaimed railroad tie wood with a sturdy, waxed metal frame, the Viva Terra Railroad Tie Dining Table and Chairs ($278-1,468) is a beautiful set for a casual, rustic home, or an eat-in kitchen if you have a separate dining room. I love its slender form and x-shaped base. The table top and chair backs, with original weathered markings, exude a sense of history that's much more interesting than anything you'd see in a showroom. I'd pair the dining table with a different set of chairs, perhaps something more comfortable for winding, conversation-filled dinners. What do you think?

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emalove emalove 8 years
I like it, but I agree with Kimpossible that the legs are very thin.
heatherhas heatherhas 8 years
I like the rustic look + modern lines.
Kimpossible Kimpossible 8 years
I'd like it better if the legs were a bit more substantial. But I do love the railroad tie parts, love the idea of it and the rustic look of it.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Hmmm I'd need to see in person, I wish the legs looked a bit for sturdy.
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