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Martha Stewart Living Solana Bay 7-Piece Patio Dining Set
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Martha Stewart Living

Solana Bay 7-Piece Patio Dining Set

  • Sling-back chairs feature built-in swivel and rocking motion
  • Attractive powder-coat finish in aged bronze
  • Customers love easy-to-assemble design (see reviews)
$119900 /set

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Get swept away by the breezy, laidback feel of the Solana Bay 7-Piece Patio Dining Set by Martha Stewart Living. Sling-backed chairs feature built-in swivel and rocking motion, making it easy to laze away a sunny day, while an open cast dining table with aged bronze finish lends sophistication to the set. The table also includes an umbrella hole to accommodate the set's matching umbrella (sold separately).

  • Rust-resistant aluminum frames with 2-step, powder-coat finish in aged bronze for lasting sophistication
  • Quick-drying slings offer easy maintenance and breezy comfort
  • Elegant, open cast tabletop accommodates umbrella (umbrella sold separately)
  • Six swivel and rocking motion chairs enhance your relaxation
  • Ships in three boxes
  • 5-year frame and 1-year fabric warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Metal, aluminum, cast aluminum, what is the material used for table and chairs?

Asked by: Anonymous
The table top is cast aluminum everything else is aluminum except for the plate where the chair bolts to the base it is steel.
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2015-09-20

When seated back, do you feel the crossbar/medalion in your back through the fabric?

Asked by: JS1044
Absolutely not! Very comfy!
Answered by: Marty
Date published: 2016-08-10

How much do the chairs weigh? Will they blow around in high winds like my current chairs?

Asked by: sarita
Chairs are just right weight, not difficult to move but it would take a heck of a wind to move these .
Answered by: Marty
Date published: 2016-08-10

Do wine glasses etc. sit nicely on the table?

The holes on the table make it look like glasses would not sit without wobbling over.
Asked by: laughlrj
Yes, we drink wine a couple times a week with no issues!
Answered by: Marty
Date published: 2016-08-10
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