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Get to Know the Alden Dining Table

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I’m loving everything Eastvold Furniture these days. The brand itself reflects eco-friendly design that’s simple and modern. And in light of rethinking the modern dining room set, I thought I’d shine a spotlight on Alden, a modern dining table I just so happen to have my eye on. Simple, modern and spot on. Meet the Alden Dining Table.

If you’re a mid-century junky, then you’re probably drooling over the classic lines of Alden, as I am currently. Now this table just isn’t beautiful, it’s a fine piece of craftsmanship. Each Alden table is handcrafted, just for you, and all from sustainable solid wood. And since Eastvold Furniture is a mom and pop size of a company, there’s a sense of personal care that goes into the building of each piece. Every Alden dining table has an heirloom like quality to it. It’s built to last. You even get an exclusive Eastvold Furniture tag, listing your name and the date your piece was finished.

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Keeping Alden in the family is a non-brainer. With those sleek and modern lines, there’s something so timeless about this modern dining table. I’m particularly drawn to the fresh and clean look Alden has in sturdy white oak. It would look oh so beautiful on it’s own, but when paired with a mix and matched set of wire-based molded fiberglass side chairs from Herman Miller, Alden becomes a dreamy mid-century powerhouse. You can see just how versatile Alden is, perfectly playing with the four primary colored Eames chairs, which I love by the way.

Or how about with a set of darkly upholstered Knoll Saarinen executive armchairs at the heads mingling with four white Panton chairs from Vitra? I’m convinced that the mixing and matching possibilities are quiet endless with Alden. It’s a modern dining table that’s well crafted and well suited for any space.

What chairs would you pair with the Alden dining table?

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Jennifer Harford

Jennifer is a Senior Site Merchandiser at YLiving and an interior design major dropout. With a passion for design, but a total lack of CAD skills, she went on to a career in metal working at SDSU. In her free time Jennifer enjoys reading Sci-Fi novels, hiking the Bay Area wilderness, and obsessing over Game of Thrones.