The palms dining tables feature a proprietary recycled outdoor material (ROM) top over 304-grade stainless steel legs. The construction and design of the tops are reminiscent of the famed mid-century modern Nelson bench. The material is exclusive to Thos. Baker in the US and bears an uncanny visual and tactile resemblance to real wood while actually being formulated of recycled plastic and wood products.

Palms square and dining tables feature a convenient 2" umbrella hole with stainless cap. Bar table and console table have no umbrella hole. To maintain the appearance of your table re-seal the black ROM slats with Thompson s Water Seal or similar product.


7741.BLK slatted square table
standard shipping options available at checkout
39w  39d  30h
80 lbs
in stock  This item typically leaves the warehouse within 2-4 business days. Expedited or white glove delivery options may be available at checkout.
ships knocked-down
304-grade stainless steel, ROM performance recycled material

Care & Maintenance

Recycled Outdoor Material Care:

  • Simply spray with clean water or a mild soapy mixture to remove dust, dirt, and pollen. Rinse and wipe down.
Stainless Steel Care:

  • Regular cleaning is recommended especially if the furniture is near salt water spray.
  • Start by brushing off loose dirt with a soft bristle brush.
  • Use a mild solution of soap and water to prevent any stain build up.
  • Rinse thoroughly until all soap residue is removed.


  • Recycled outdoor material (ROM) top provides a durable surface that is resistant to moisture and maintains the look and feel of real wood without the added care.
  • The framework and legs are constructed with 304-grade stainless steel.


  • Frames in-stock and available for immediate shipment generally leave the warehouse within 48 hours.
  • Frames ship via freight common carrier to curbside or first dry area.
  • White glove shipping might be available at check-out for an additional charge. White glove service includes light assembly (if requred), placement of furniture at point of use, and removal of packaging materials.