Symphony – Dara table

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  • Durability
  • Movability
  • Stain Resistance
  • Comfort
  • Usability
  • Visual Appeal
  • Ease of Cleaning
  • Overall

First Impressions:

Tables offer a plethora of uses. They can display food and decorations, but why not use the table as a decoration? The Dara table by Symphony melds the mantra of form and function. Under normal circumstances, people don’t pay any attention to tables, and take them for granted. But the Dara table is handsome enough that people will take notice.


While determining the comfort of a table is a difficult proposition, it is very pleasant to sit at Symphony’s Dara. More often than not, furniture that is dubbed “artsy” is usually uncomfortable. Any preconceived notions about this table being uncomfortable are quickly dispersed, because overall Symphony did a good job. The height that was incorporated into the design is tall enough for people with long legs. If you’ve got shorter legs, Dara has plenty of room.


If you are considering this table, there are a few things to consider. Chief among them is how you’re going to order it. Symphony’s model with the Dara series is the base and tabletop is separate. No matter what tabletop you order, cleaning this table is easy. However to make this job even easier Symphony offers a glass tabletop. However the glass tends to chip — very easily.

Why It Matters:

The most ideal place to put the Dara table, is a lunchroom or break room. Normally, these places are overlooked. By adding this handsome table, you can add some style and flair to one of the most loved areas of an office.

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