The table at 310 Townsend
From a comment on yesterday’s piece concerning 310 Townsend: “On a side note, does anyone know where I can find the dining table pictured?” The readers nailed it when it came to the barstools, but can they do it again with something slightly larger like a table? We have faith.
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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by DesignBot

    I think that is actually a ‘Parson’s Custom’ from Room and Board, but I could be mistaken.
    http://roomandboard.com/rnb/

  2. Posted by anon

    Yep I too vote for a custom from Room and Board. Looks exactly like the table top I almost bought. not too expensive either!

  3. Posted by Mark

    I think you could probably get it at 310 Townsend for about $895k, and they’ll probably throw in a 1 BR condo gratis….

  4. Posted by delancey

    The Parson’s Custom table has metal legs, unless I missed an option. Besides, that looks like a marble table top.

  5. Posted by DesignBot

    Those are metal legs. The front ones look like wood because the wood floor is reflecting off of them. You can tell for sure by the table’s back left leg is reflecting on the floor.

  6. Posted by rg

    Nah, I have to say “no” on the Parsons. I own the bed and the Parsons line doesn’t come in such polished s.s., legs are not that wide, and it has a horizontal rail under the top. Off the top of my head, I’d look into Monica Armani, I think she has something similar. Maybe even Zanotta or Kartell? I think it’s on the high end.

  7. Posted by rg

    Actually, now that I look at it, the chairs are Hi Pad from Cappellini – I’ve only ever found them at Limn, so go to Limn and you’ll probably find the table too. Should have guessed it was staged by Limn since it’s on Townsend!

  8. Posted by tipster

    The stagers frequently put up a sign at the open house and, if it is a stager and not Limn itself that staged it, they very frequently sell their stuff off. So I’d find out who staged it and call them and tell them you are interested.
    The other suggestion is to go to the open house and just look under the table. The manufacturer is probably marked somewhere under the table.
    When you come back up from looking under the table and people are giving you strange looks, say something like “yup, they just don’t make floors like this anywhere!”

  9. Posted by dub dub

    tipster: It’s not some big dirty secret that staging is going on, right? Why all the top-secret behavior? :)

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