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Cross extending dinning table by Matthew Hilton

  • Sturdy extending table which seats 6-8 chairs, or 12-14 chairs when fully extended
  • Elegant mechanical extension runners for ease of use
  • Two extension leaves are stored inside the frame when the table is closed
  • Table can be extended to three sizes: 2m, 2.5m and 3m
  • Leaves can be used singularly
  • Suitable for contract use
  • Made in Europe

£2,495.00£3,755.00

  • Oak
  • Black Stained oak
  • Walnut
Clear

Description

The award-winning Cross Extending Table is a fine example of Matthew Hilton’s innovative approach to wood furniture design and signature minimal aesthetic.

Both practical and versatile, simple lines build to create a distinctive contemporary shaped base. This allows the table to offer ample leg room. The table top expands with a smooth and simple pull to allow for the addition of two extra leaves. The extension leaves can be stored in the concealed compartment under the table top when not in use.

Constructed from a solid wood base and a solid edge veneered top, the Cross Extending Table seats from 6 to 14 people. Felt-lined under-frame leaf storage ensures safe storage of the extension leaves. A mechanical ball-bearing extension system provides a smooth extension action. Finally, the table is finished with a clear polyurethane lacquer to provide a finish that will last.

Winner of the ELLE Decoration Award for Best in Furniture 2006, the Homes & Gardens Classic Design Award in 2007 and the Design Guild Mark in 2008. The Design Guild Mark is awarded by The Furniture Makers’ Company in order to drive excellence and raise the profile of British design and innovation. It recognises the highest standards in the design of furnishings and lighting for volume production, by the finest designers working in Britain, or British designers working abroad.

Additional information

Weight 110 kg
Dimensions 200 × 100 × 75 cm
Finish

Oak, Black Stained oak, Walnut

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