Solid timber table top with overhang supported by tapered, powder coated steel legs in a classic Tolix design.
Thick rubber feet are securely attached to the legs to protect your floors from scuff and scratches.
Choice of Colours
Choose between black, white of silver legs.
Check out our replica Tolix chairs and stools for matching decor, or mix and match for that perfect look.
Our versatile Tolix bar tables are supplied flat-packed. But don’t worry, construction is a snap!
Our replica Tolix bar table seats 4 to 6 comfortably.
Be sure to check out our Tolix stools. They are a natural fit with the Tolix table.
120 cm x 60 cm x 107 cm high
Give us a call or drop into our showroom. We would love to see you.
For further information please call your nearest Chairforce showroom.
Perth: 08 9244 8800 – white legs currently out of stock.
Melbourne: 03 9040 1505
Sydney: 02 8015 7999
Adelaide: 08 8120 2199
Brisbane: 07 3254 8475
Hobart 03 6105 0529
Shipping and Pickup
• Metro Delivery 2-3 business days.
• All other areas between 5-8 business days. Give us a call for more information
Local pick up
Pick up is free. – Please call first for availability.
120 x 60 x 15 cm
Replica Tolix Table Solid Timber Maintenance
Our Replica Tolix tables need some tender loving care.
They need to be regularly oiled with linseed oil (or the equivalent), both sides, 2 / 3 times a year.
About Linseed Oil
Linseed oil is a natural oil used to seal timber fencing, furniture, tools and sporting equipment.
Linseed oil is a ‘cost effective’ alternative to expensive timber treatments that doesn’t require standing upon reapplication and is generally impervious to water, heat, scratches and most stains.
How Does Linseed Oil Work?
When linseed oil is applied to a porous surface, it fills the pores and as it is exposed to the air it gels to form a protective film. The film is generally impervious to water, heat, scratches and most stains.
1. Clean and dry surface.
2. Apply two thin coats with a brush, roller or spray gun. Allow to dry completely before applying each coat.
Linseed oil is the longest drying oil and should be applied in very thin coats and rubbed well into the wood. It is important to allow drying time between coats. Clean off excess oil with a clean, lint-free cloth to avoid the surface drying sticky.