Outdoor dining is all the better when you have a cool high-top table, like this one. It’s sized just right for balconies and decks. The curved legs make it easy to pull up a stool. Or, stand comfortably. Side note for dog parents: at 39 inches, this table is tall enough to thwart those sneaky pupper-snackers.
The brown umber stained eucalyptus hardwood will need occasional maintenance to keep it looking fresh.
Care: Brazilian eucalyptus has a tight grain similar to teak. It naturally resists bugs and decay. Some changes in the grain and color will naturally occur as the material is exposed to sun and weather. To maintain wood finish, apply refined or boiled linseed oil or teak oil at least twice during spring and summer (more often if you live in a dry, sunny climate). Follow manufacturer’s care and maintenance instructions.
To clean, use a soft cloth or soft brush and mild detergent – never use anything abrasive. In winter, cover or store inside.