Once used to build ancient Roman structures such as the Colosseum, travertine is a centuries-honored sedimentary limestone that's formed overtime by natural mineral deposits into hot springs. A warm, sandy-hued alternative to marble, travertine stone features a distinct canvas of porous marks and swirling patterns from its calcareous layers. In this contemporary dining table, a honed and sealed travertine top lends an earthy elegance that's complemented with a splayed, washed oak base.
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About Lemieux et Cie
A leading voice in the world of home furnishing and décor, Canadian designer Christiane Lemieux is renowned for her bestselling books, celebrated brands, and writing contributions to Architectural Digest. This season, Lemieux introduces her European luxury lifestyle brand, Lemieux et Cie, to the United States with an avant-garde collection dedicated to artisanal modernism. Drawing influences from 20th-century artisan ateliers, the storied history of curvilinear furniture, and found or collected objects, each piece celebrates the remarkable collaboration between designer and craftsman.