Terms and conditions
A suitable frame for every tabletop
So many tables, so many frames. At Table du Sud, almost all tabletops can be combined with a wide choice of frames.
So: a lotta choice. Now the question is: Which type of frame best suits your space, wishes, and table?
One of our most well-known frames is our XX-frame, also known as the matrix or spider frame. The great thing about this frame is that you can place chairs around the entire table without experiencing any hindrance from the frame itself. In addition, it's very versatile in use. The XX-frame fits under rectangular, round, square, and oval tables. Moreover, the frame is a picture in itself, a real eye-catcher! Other frames that are placed centrally are the V-frame, Gap and O-frame.
The opposite of a central frame is, of course, legs on the edge of the table. These types of frames are often spacious and airy. Finally, you are completely free at your feet, which is very nice! Examples are the Mozy frame, as you can see above, but also the sturdy U-frame.
Traditional with a modern twist
Perhaps the most traditional type of frame: one with four separate legs. However, we wouldn't be Table du Sud if we didn't pour our own sauce over this. For example, you will find Scandinavian wooden legs that are placed slightly outwards, such as the pictured Ferdinand frame, but also variations in steel, such, as the Sept frame and the subtle Xavier frame.
An frame that brings different wishes together is the the Felix, one of our bestsellers. The advantages of a Felix frame are obvious: a) Space at your feet b) Chairs can be placed around the entire table, even at the ends c) The frame has a super sleek design d) The Felix can be placed under both rectangular and oval tables, and finally: your table is rock solid!
More information about all the different frames? Then take a look at one of our showrooms, where we are happy to provide you with appropriate advice.
This is what we do about sustainability
From planting trees to using eco-friendly fabrics.
Click/tap for 360view