Every table is unique
Thanks to Table du Sud's customization options, you can assemble your table yourself. You can choose from different types of wood, colours, edges and bases. Therefore each table differs per finish and they all have different characteristics. You can find more information about this here.
New oak wood
The oak tables at Table du Sud are available in both “new” and “lived” oak. Although these tabletops are made of the same quality oakwood, they have a different finishing. New oak is not brushed and next to this its knots are filled, which gives the table a smooth feeling. These new oak tables appear calmer and more modern.
Error free oak
Besides “new” and “lived” oak, Table du Sud also offers “error free” oak. This does not mean that new and lived oak contain errors, but rather means that error free oak contains no cracks or knots whatsoever. As finding wood that meets these requirements is both harder and more costly, we charge some additional costs.
At Table du Sud you may choose between a metal, wood, and stainless-steel base for your table. If you pick a metal base, you can in turn choose between many different finishes. The base can be finished with either a clear coating or a powder coating. Further information can be found below.
How a herringbone table is made
The herringbone floor plays an unquestionable role in modern interior designs. The origins of this beautiful pattern are unknown, but they became hugely popular in sixteenth century Italy and France. The French called this pattern “Bâtons rompus”, which literally translates to broken sticks. We simply call it herringbone. Sticks, stones, or bones, at Table du Sud we have become enthralled with the herringbone pattern and have found a way to incorporate it in our tables.