Sav & Okse Samt Extendable Table Walnut

€1.625,00
Out of stock On order: 6-8 weeks

Extendable dining table Samt is made of solid walnut and has a extendable top of 60 or 80 cm. This Scandinavian design table Samt has round corners and angled legs.

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Technical documents:

Samt Dimensions (PDF)

Samt Manual (PDF)

 

Extendable table Samt in walnut 

Sav & Okse has designed a series of Scandinavian tables. The Samt table is characterized by its round corners and angled legs. This gives the Samt a light and playful character. A dining table that looks light, but stands strong on its legs. Everything on the table is smoothly finished. The tabletop is made of continuous sections of more than 5 cm wide. The edge of the table is inclined on both the top and bottom. This wooden design table is available in many different sizes, from square to round.

 

A strong table 

The Samt is a dining table that looks light but can handle a lot. The table has extra strength because steel sleepers are feared in the bottom of the tabletop. The bottom rail, which also gives the table extra strength, is placed approximately 25 cm from the edge of the table, which means that chairs with armrests can stand well on the table.

 

 

A wooden extendable table

The Samt can be extended by 60 or 80 cm by adding the extra tabletop in the middle of the table. The extra tabletop is 60 cm for tables with a length of 160 cm and 80 cm with larger dimensions. Extending the table is simple and easy for one person to do. By pulling out the tabletop on the width side of the table, space is created in the middle of the table for the intermediate table. The intermediate tabletop is located under the tabletop and is easy to fold out, with which it is placed between the tabletops. In just a few seconds you have made the table a lot bigger.

 

Scandinavian table to combine with

With a Samt you have a solid wooden table with a light appearance. Suitable for the Scandinavian interior style, but can also be combined well with other styles. Different chairs look great with this Scandinavian dining table. The Samt also has a dining room couch in the collection. This dining room sofa has the same characteristic shapes and together they are a perfect duo for your dining area.

 

A table that suits you

The Samt is available in various sizes, finishes and materials.

 

Samt dining room bench

The Samt has a matching dining room bench. The solid wood bench has the same design as the table. Just like the table in oak, beech and walnut, the dining room bench is available. The Samt dining room bench is available in many sizes.

 

Types of wood

The table is available in various types of wood:

• Beech (a)

• European oak (b)

Walnut (c)

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Finishes

The following finishes are possible:

• Whitewash (only possible with oak) 

• Oiled

• Matt lacquered

The pictures show the oiled version of the table

More information about the different finishes.

 

For the maintenance of your oiled wooden table, we recommend giving the table a freshening up twice a year with maintenance oil. The maintenance set can be purchased online.

 

Dimensions

The table is available in many dimensions. Some sizes are available from stock. Other dimensions are made to order. The Samt is also available as a round table, rectangular table and oval table. For the neat seating of chairs at the table, the intermediate dimensions of the legs must be taken into account. Is the size you are looking for not listed? Then contact us about the custom possibilities.

More information about the customized options with the Sav & Øk table collection.

 
Construction
  • Legs are mounted against beams using corner plate
  • Sheet reinforcement by milled sleepers
  • Standing visible beams (exact construction can differ per size)

 

Packing

The table is delivered unassembled in two cardboard boxes. The table is easy to assemble. The manual is included.

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