The Saloom Custom Dining Program

July 10, 2017

The Dining Table is the heart of your home, it’s where you share family meals, have celebrations and help with homework. Something so important should be designed by you. Saloom Furniture offers a variety of custom dining options. You choose the shape, size and base style. Saloom Furniture wants to make your custom dining experience simple and satisfying. We offer 5 different collections of Saloom with pieces that range from traditional country to clean lined and modern.

Saloom New England Collection offers solid maple dining tables with over 30 different leg and base styles to choose from and over 40 different chair options ranging from solid wood construction to fully upholstered. Most tables also come with an option of adding a leaf or leaving it out all together.

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For a more contemporary look Saloom’s Skyline Collection really changes things up from the traditional look of the New England Collection. The Skyline collection offers bold modern geometry found in a lot of European table designs but still offers the durability of solid maple construction. It offers 14 different table designs and over 10 different chair designs. McElheran's Furniture + Design

Saloom also offers glass top options. You still get the choice of size of glass top and base you want for your new table.

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In the Peter Francis collection they combine the best in contemporary furniture design. They use high quality materials such as solid walnut, solid maple, glass tops, acrylic tops, brush metal, and sandcast aluminium bases.  The Apollo dining room table below  has a cast aluminium base with your choice of selected solid walnut or solid maple tops. For a more elegant and cleaner look it is also available with a white acrylic top.

Peter Francis by Saloom

Peter Francis by Saloom

Whether you are searching for that perfect solid wood warm country dining table or a more modern sleek geometric beauty, Saloom is guaranteed to have something you are looking for. Come into McElheran’s today to meet with one of our designers who can help you put together your perfect dining table!

 

 



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