With its pale acacia timber legs and rustic poly-stone tabletop, Copenhagen takes Scandi style up a dial and is the ideal diner to bring your inside style out. Pair this smooth six-seater with white or blonde timber seating for a bright and breezy look, add wicker chairs to imbue a coastal vibe, or add drama with black seating and monochrome accessories.
Poly-stone is an organic material made from cement, silica sand, water and stone powder reinforced with polyester resin and polyfoam. Boasting a raw, unpolished finish, poly-stone is a product with unique characteristics, which means no two tabletops will be 100% identical.
Maintaining & cleaning poly-stone
Although poly-stone has a long lifespan, its porous structure means it is sensitive to spills, making it important to clean up any spillages immediately. Light stains should be tackled with water and mild soap, then rinsed with water and thoroughly dried with a towel. Small cracks, fissures and deeper stains can be removed using a fine-grained sandpaper. Following sanding, the product will need to be re-sealed for future protection.
To keep poly-stone in tip-top shape, we recommend you use it under cover and treat it with a cement sealer two to three times a year.