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In our own workshop in Heeze we’re buzzing around, day in and day out. Creating dining tables remains our specialty, but you have also come to the right place for separate tabletops and frames. The advantage of having our own professionals is that we can work efficiently with the best materials. Are you planning to buy a separate tabletop? Then read on quickly! We have collected all relevant information on this page.   Types of oak tabletops   Working with oak never gets old. Did you know that we use different types of oak for our tabletops? If you’re about to purchase a tabletop, it might be smart to see which type suits you best. We have collected them for you below.   Lived oak tabletops   Go with lived oak if you’re looking for a tabletop with a natural look. With lived oak, we don’t do anything to change the structure of the wood. This means we leave any cracks and knots be, just like nature intended.   New oak tabletops   New oak is the golden mean when it comes to oak wood. New oak does have knots and cracks in the wood, but these are filled up for you. You can either choose black or the colour of the wood for this filling.    Refined oak tabletops   Refined oak is created especially for fans of super-sleek tabletops. These are specifically selected planks that contain as few knots and cracks as possible. We try to keep the knots to a minimum. We cannot guarantee that the wood doesn’t contain any knots at all, as we work with a natural product. Tip: would you like more information? Read all about our oak wood.    Suar tree trunk   Suar logs come straight from Indonesia and each one is unique. At Table du Sud you can choose your own specific top, either in our workshop or online. This way you can exactly see which tabletop you’re getting.    All shapes   Once you've chosen the material, it's time to focus on the shape. You can find all the popular shapes at Table du Sud!     Round tabletops   You determine the diameter yourself with a round tabletop. There’s also the option of choosing a different thickness. We offer 4, 5 and 6 cm as our options. Tip: we also have round Suar tabletops available.   Rectangular tabletops   The classic shape. Of course you also determine the length, width and thickness of the top yourself.   Standard oval tabletops   The oval shape is and remains popular. With this counterpart to a table with hard lines, you opt for an efficient use of your space as well as for an original shape. Is the classic oval just not your thing? Then it’s good to know that we also have other variants of oval in store for you.   Danish oval   This shape saw the light of day in our own workshop and has immediately grown into one of our stars. With Danish oval, the end sides are straight, meaning you automatically create an extra, full-sized seat.    Semi-oval   A rectangular table that’s still oval. If that's your goal, you'll find exactly what you're looking for in half oval. Discover the subtle lines and who knows, you may have found your new shape!   Semicircle   With a semicircle, the tabletop is straight with a, you guessed it, semicircle at the end sides. Would you like to know more about our oval shapes? Then read our blog about the 4 oval shapes.   Different colours   You determine the specifications of your tabletop yourself, and that naturally includes the colour. The wood look is and remains popular–a truly solid option–but did you know that we also have more than ten different colours for you? This way you’re always able to choose a colour that matches perfectly with the rest of your interior–and with your taste, of course!   Edge finishing   With a number of tabletops it’s possible to choose from different types of edge finish. In addition to the standard straight edge, we have a 20-degree finish and a facet edge. With a facet edge, the top 12 mm of the edge slopes downwards normally. The remaining part runs 60 degrees inwards.   Frequently asked questions about our loose tabletops     What does a separate tabletop cost? This depends on the choices you make. Think of the material, the dimensions and the colour. During the process you can immediately see how your choices might affect the price.     What’s the delivery time of a separate tabletop? You’ll find the delivery time on the page of your tabletop. These delivery times are current and adjusted immediately if the situation changes. That way you won’t ever be faced with any surprises.     What are the delivery costs of a separate tabletop? We deliver for free on the ground floor if your order value exceeds €250.-. Are you curious about any possible delivery costs? View our page about delivery.     I would like a size that’s not mentioned as an option. Is that possible? We deliver for free on the ground floor if your order value exceeds €250.-. Are you curious about any possible delivery costs? View our page about delivery.     I am looking for a black, separate tabletop. Do you have those too? Yes, of course! All our tabletops are available in different colours. When composing your tabletop, you’ll find all available colours.     Do you also sell separate frames in addition to tabletops? That's right! We also make these in our own workshop. Check our frames.     Can I come and see the tabletops in real life? Absolutely. You’ll find our showrooms in Heeze (near Eindhoven), Utrecht and Deventer. Here you’ll find all kinds of tables in different shapes. Our showroom employees are ready for you with appropriate advice.     Are the Suar tree trunk tabletops also available in any colour? Sadly not. You can choose between ultra matt lacquer and the colour brown.     What size tabletop fits me best? Take the available space of your room into account. Also, it’s smart to consider the number of chairs you want to place. Read our blog about the number of chairs at the table for inspiration.

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In our own workshop in Heeze we’re buzzing around, day in and day out. Creating dining tables remains our specialty, but you have also come to the right place for separate tabletops and frames. The advantage of having our own professionals is that we can work efficiently with the best materials. Are you planning to buy a separate tabletop? Then read on quickly! We have collected all relevant information on this page.

 

Types of oak tabletops

 

Working with oak never gets old. Did you know that we use different types of oak for our tabletops? If you’re about to purchase a tabletop, it might be smart to see which type suits you best. We have collected them for you below.

 

Lived oak tabletops

 

Go with lived oak if you’re looking for a tabletop with a natural look. With lived oak, we don’t do anything to change the structure of the wood. This means we leave any cracks and knots be, just like nature intended.

 

New oak tabletops

 

New oak is the golden mean when it comes to oak wood. New oak does have knots and cracks in the wood, but these are filled up for you. You can either choose black or the colour of the wood for this filling. 

 

Refined oak tabletops

 

Refined oak is created especially for fans of super-sleek tabletops. These are specifically selected planks that contain as few knots and cracks as possible. We try to keep the knots to a minimum. We cannot guarantee that the wood doesn’t contain any knots at all, as we work with a natural product. Tip: would you like more information? Read all about our oak wood

 

Suar tree trunk

 

Suar logs come straight from Indonesia and each one is unique. At Table du Sud you can choose your own specific top, either in our workshop or online. This way you can exactly see which tabletop you’re getting. 

 

All shapes

 

Once you've chosen the material, it's time to focus on the shape. You can find all the popular shapes at Table du Sud!  

 

Round tabletops

 

You determine the diameter yourself with a round tabletop. There’s also the option of choosing a different thickness. We offer 4, 5 and 6 cm as our options. Tip: we also have round Suar tabletops available.

 

Rectangular tabletops

 

The classic shape. Of course you also determine the length, width and thickness of the top yourself.

 

Standard oval tabletops

 

The oval shape is and remains popular. With this counterpart to a table with hard lines, you opt for an efficient use of your space as well as for an original shape. Is the classic oval just not your thing? Then it’s good to know that we also have other variants of oval in store for you.

 

Danish oval

 

This shape saw the light of day in our own workshop and has immediately grown into one of our stars. With Danish oval, the end sides are straight, meaning you automatically create an extra, full-sized seat. 

 

Semi-oval

 

A rectangular table that’s still oval. If that's your goal, you'll find exactly what you're looking for in half oval. Discover the subtle lines and who knows, you may have found your new shape!

 

Semicircle

 

With a semicircle, the tabletop is straight with a, you guessed it, semicircle at the end sides. Would you like to know more about our oval shapes? Then read our blog about the 4 oval shapes.

 

Different colours

 

You determine the specifications of your tabletop yourself, and that naturally includes the colour. The wood look is and remains popular–a truly solid option–but did you know that we also have more than ten different colours for you? This way you’re always able to choose a colour that matches perfectly with the rest of your interior–and with your taste, of course!

 

Edge finishing

 

With a number of tabletops it’s possible to choose from different types of edge finish. In addition to the standard straight edge, we have a 20-degree finish and a facet edge. With a facet edge, the top 12 mm of the edge slopes downwards normally. The remaining part runs 60 degrees inwards.

 

Frequently asked questions about our loose tabletops

 
 

What does a separate tabletop cost?

This depends on the choices you make. Think of the material, the dimensions and the colour. During the process you can immediately see how your choices might affect the price.

 
 

What’s the delivery time of a separate tabletop?

You’ll find the delivery time on the page of your tabletop. These delivery times are current and adjusted immediately if the situation changes. That way you won’t ever be faced with any surprises.

 
 

What are the delivery costs of a separate tabletop?

We deliver for free on the ground floor if your order value exceeds €250.-. Are you curious about any possible delivery costs? View our page about delivery.

 
 

I would like a size that’s not mentioned as an option. Is that possible?

We deliver for free on the ground floor if your order value exceeds €250.-. Are you curious about any possible delivery costs? View our page about delivery.

 
 

I am looking for a black, separate tabletop. Do you have those too?

Yes, of course! All our tabletops are available in different colours. When composing your tabletop, you’ll find all available colours.

 
 

Do you also sell separate frames in addition to tabletops?

That's right! We also make these in our own workshop. Check our frames.

 
 

Can I come and see the tabletops in real life?

Absolutely. You’ll find our showrooms in Heeze (near Eindhoven), Utrecht and Deventer. Here you’ll find all kinds of tables in different shapes. Our showroom employees are ready for you with appropriate advice.

 
 

Are the Suar tree trunk tabletops also available in any colour?

Sadly not. You can choose between ultra matt lacquer and the colour brown.

 
 

What size tabletop fits me best?

Take the available space of your room into account. Also, it’s smart to consider the number of chairs you want to place. Read our blog about the number of chairs at the table for inspiration.

Read more

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