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Under the magnifying glass: our edge finishes

Discover all variants

Everything about your beautiful dining table has to be just right, so you can enjoy it for years to come. As you know, you opt for pure customisation at Table du Sud. This is evident, for one, in our edge finishing. Do you opt for a regular straight edge, or do you want something different?

In this blog we’ll show you the possibilities. This way you can make your new design match your taste and the rest of your interior even better.

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Option 1: default

Just act normal, and you're already acting crazy enough. Don't you need a different design when it comes to the edge finish? Then you go for the default option. With the default edge finishes, any sharp edges are milled away. This means the edges are straight, but it’s also the only treatment it gets. Tip: with some dining tables it’s possible to opt for a black edge, where its corners are (just) straight and the sides are black. This can be a solid option if you want to highlight the black colour of your frame even more.

Option 2: faceted

A faceted edge might ring a bell. At Table du Sud, it’s one of the most striking edges available. With this kind of tabletop, 12 mm of the thickness is left alone. This is the top part. Below it, the rest of the edge is milled away at an angle of 60 degrees. In combination with a suitable frame this can result in a beautiful whole. Let the options sink in and find out if it's for you!

Option 3: 20 degrees

In fact, a 20-degrees edge is the golden mean if you find classic too old-fashioned and a faceted edge a bit too much. As the name suggests, the entire side is milled away at an angle of 20 degrees. Optically, the thickness of the top is maintained, but when you come a little closer, you can notice that the edge slopes subtly inwards.

Additional tips
How can you be sure you're making the right choice? We can't guarantee anything, but there are certainly some steps you can take to find the best possible option. For example, do you have a lot of straight lines and angles in your dining room or kitchen? Then there’s a good chance that a standard edge finish will fit your interior well. Do you opt for a (Danish) oval tabletop? Then people usually go for a faceted edge because it just matches so well. Are you still unsure about the edge finish, colour, or the type of oak wood of your new acquisition? Then visit one of our showrooms in Utrecht, Heeze, or Deventer. Our experts will provide you with appropriate advice. This way, you can see the edge finishes in real life and get a better idea of the possibilities!

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