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Moody light and movement are the main characters in our latest cover story on a Jeremiah Brent–designed home—materiality makes up the supporting cast. Each room of the acclaimed designer’s Palm Beach project is a lesson in layering textures: buttery burnt sienna leathers mingling with cushy chartreuse velvets and preppy woven rattans. It’s an aesthetic we’d describe as the pitch-perfect mix of elevated and casual—in other words, the precise vibe Brent was going for. While perusing the warmly dramatic space, we clocked a whitewashed table with a familiar architectural silhouette. Tucked serenely off to the side of the sun-streamed entry stands Lulu and Georgia’s Mojave round dining table.

Lulu and Georgia Mojave Round Dining Table

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Mojave Round Dining Table, Lulu & Georgia ($1,438 was $1,798)

The table features a base—crafted from three solid acacia pillars—that supports a smooth rounded top and captures the inviting elegance of the home. Although Brent chose to employ the piece as a decidedly stylish stand-in for an entryway console, the table is a dining star. With a 48-inch diameter that can comfortably seat four, we consider it the ideal surface for small-space setups or breakfast nooks. What’s more, the customer reviews on Lulu and Georgia’s site are glowing. Nearly every shopper comments on how beautiful and easy to assemble it is. Some go even further, calling the construction flawless and confirming it to be exactly as shown in the pictures. “I spent months looking for the perfect dining room table,” one reviewer writes. “Once I laid my eyes on this beauty from Lulu and Georgia, I immediately pulled the trigger—and months later, I’m so happy I did. It works perfectly in my apartment and has proved to be very durable.”

Now onto the price. While it usually retails for $1,798, as part of Lulu and Georgia’s 20% off sitewide Memorial Day sale, you can currently snag it for $1,438. Although still an investment, that’s not a bad deal considering it comes with Brent’s stamp of approval.

Browse our guide to more editor-favorite deals from the Lulu and Georgia sale.