This spacious, wood dining table has a traditional feel and will soon become a natural gathering place in your home. The sturdy construction and smooth extension mechanism make it a long-lasting favorite.
The traditional style of this sturdy, wood dining table complements most any style from modern to rustic and all things in between.The dining table brings a sense of nature to your dining space. Deep tones of a rustic brown finish let the beauty of the wood grains shine.Solid wood underframe makes the construction very sturdy.With comfortable seating for 6 people, this spacious table is perfect for various-sized families.Combine with NORDVIKEN chairs to provide plenty of comfortable seating for everyone in one coordinated look.One person can quickly and smoothly extend the table before the guests arrive.The two extension leaves are stored under the table top, behind the flaps on the long sides of the table.The extension leaves are secured with a safety fitting to prevent the leaves from accidentally dropping while taking them out from under the table top.The middle footrest beam offers a relaxed support for the legs while enjoying a cup of tea.The table is stable and durable with a long-lasting surface treatment.Recommended for indoor use only.Seats 4-6.For maximum quality, re-tighten the screws about two weeks after assembly.Designer
Table top:Particleboard, Ash veneer, Stain, Tinted clear acrylic lacquer, Paper
Extension leaf:Particle- and fiberboard with honeycomb paper filling (100% recycled paper), Ash veneer, Stain, Tinted clear acrylic lacquer, Clear acrylic lacquer
“When I designed the NORDVIKEN series, I wanted to make dining furniture that adapts to many different activities, collective and individual, through the day. I came up with versatile and extendable tables and a comfy chair, simple in character with details that connect to traditional craftsmanship. The wooden construction is durable and sustainable, made to age in a nice way, so the furniture will always have a place and purpose that follows the changing needs through life.”