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One of the best-known tables. Rectangular tables, who isn't familiar with those? They can be found in many households and not without reason! A rectangular dining table has beautiful clean lines, creating a tidy appearance. And let's face it, isn't the perfect picture one of a large group at a large table, dining together? Dishes everywhere, your candles lit... Enjoy! Various frames Een rechthoekige tafel kan gemakkelijk worden gecombineerd met een diversiteit aan onderstellen, die we allemaal in onze eigen werkplaats maken. Denk hierbij aan poten aan de kopse zijden zodat je nergens last van hebt bij je voeten, en een centrale poot zodat je de gehele lengte van de tafel optimaal kunt benutten. Bij de kopse poten kun je ook zelf de afstand tot de rand bepalen.  A rectangular table can easily be combined with a variety of frames, which we all make in our own workshop. Think of legs on the head sides so that your feet aren't bothered by anything, or a central leg frame which allows you to optimally make use of the entire length of the table. With legs on both head sides, you can also determine their distance to the edge of the table.   

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Oak

Oak dining tables

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These tables are all and only wood. That means the frame, too! Are you going for a timeless look in your interior? Then the oak table from Table du Sud is always a good pick! These are tables with character. Perfect if you love the sturdy look. Frame and tabletop The oak tables of Table du Sud consist of an oak top and a matching frame made of... oak. So all wood. The robust A-frame gives the table a warm character. Do you prefer a playful table? Then the Trapeze  or the X-shape will suit you. Or does the well-known H-frame (available with intermediate beam) really match you and your interior? Not only do you choose your favourite frame, you also have a choice of three different tabletop thicknesses. Are you going for 5, 6 or 8 centimeters of French oak? We make it for you And as always: do you have the perfect picture in mind? We'll turn it into reality!  

Lived oak

Lived oak dining tables

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Lived oak tables have extra structure and character. Are you looking for a table with character? Lived oak has that aged look that comes into its own in every interior. Go for a trendy and sturdy interior by combining lived oak with metal or stainless-steel. More classic or rural interiors also match perfectly with this table from Table du Sud. Character and ease of use Count on 5 centimeters thick French oak. The top is well lived, both with cracks and knots. By default we brush it for you; to achieve that authentic, old look. Don't be afraid of a rough surface with splinters, the tabletop will feel smooth to the touch. Circles and stains? No way! We treat all our tables so that you won't bothered with those. Just wipe your tabletop with a damp cloth and it is clean again. Furniture Are you looking for matching furniture? Table du Sud creates it for you! How about a coffee table of the same wood?    

Walnut

Walnut dining tables

42 products

Exclusive and handmade  When you go for an exclusive look, it's easy to think of a walnut table. Combine it with a stainless-steel frame and there you have a high-quality eye-catcher for your home or office. That it has such an exclusive appearance does not mean that this table is unaffordable. At Table du Sud we think it is very important to make affordable furniture. The walnut top is always 4 cm thick and as you are used to from us: maintenance-friendly, because it is sprayed with a lacquer.

Marble

Marble dining tables

24 products

Marble is a type of lustrous limestone that provides a luxurious appearance. On top of that, it is a sustainable material that will last you a lifetime. As you might have read in the introduction, it is easy to combine marble with several types of interior design styles. An obvious pick would be the industrial style, but marble will also be a great fit for more rural/modern styles. Marble provides your interior with a unique touch that transforms your design from something standard into something more playful. Moreover, marble ensures a tranquil look and will thus blend well with the rest of your interior design. Because all our tables are impregnated, they are better protected again spots and stains. WHICH FURNITURE DO YOU PICK? There are multiple ways in which you can incorporate marble into your home. Besides the usual, such as marble tiles and kitchen worktops, we see the material being used in furniture as well. Table du Sud also implements marble in furniture, namely in the form of beautiful dining tables with a top thickness of two centimetres. The colour, the measurements, and the finish of the frame are all yours to decide. There are three possible colours: Bianco Carrara, Nero Marquina and Greystone. Looking for a dining table with a marble top? Let’s find some inspiration! RECTANGULAR DINING TABLE The rectangular dining table comes in a shape that’s been cherished for many years – one that usually fits well in most spaces. The colour, named Nero Marquina, is shown at the top left of your screen. This shape/colour combination basically provides your interior with a true eyecatcher. Integrate the table with a wooden herringbone floor and you do not only have a beautiful combination, but one that also allows both the table and the floor to truly come into their own. OVAL MARBLE DINING TABLE One of the most favoured shapes for dining tables is undoubtedly oval. The combination of this shape with a marble dining table is not only unique, but also allows you to come up with a playful design! The colour Bianco Carrara is shown in the picture below; consider picking this colour if you prefer a light/bright interior. You could also create more contrast by opting for a darker floor, for example. As everybody present can clearly see one another, an oval dining table is the perfect pick for a cosy table setting. Add some beautiful dining chairs and your dining area will look just lovely! ROUND SHAPE As with the oval shape, the round dining table is a genuine mood maker. On top of that, the round dining table is ideal for smaller spaces, as you’re still more than able to create plenty of seating areas without sacrificing the entire living room to your dining area. You’re also able to pick a circular table with a diameter of 110 cm. That’s how you to create a nice and cosy spot! YOUR CUSTOM TABLE At Table du Sud you’re able to completely personalise your table to the extent that it materialises straight out of your mind! All our tables are manufactured in our personal workshop by people with a sincere heart for the business. As a result, you’ll be happy with your (for example) marble dining table for years to come! By the way, full customisation like this applies to all our tables. Also looking for dining chairs or that one comfy armchair to accompany your couch? You complete your own interior design at Table du Sud!      

Ceramic

Ceramic dining tables

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Ceramic dining tables are easy to maintain and have a beautiful appearance. At Table du Sud your ceramic dining table comes from our own workshop. In other words: you’re the director of your new dining table. Tell us your wishes and create your dream table. Would you like more information about our ceramics and our tables? Then read on quickly!   What is ceramic?   When you start looking for a new dining table, you might not immediately think of ceramic. Nevertheless, ceramic is a good option if your goals are practicality and beauty. But what exactly is ceramic? Ceramic is clay that’s fired at an extremely high temperature, creating a stone-like material with which you can make beautiful tabletops. And that’s what we love to do for you, all from our own workshop in Heeze!   Advantages   Ceramic must of course look beautiful to be worthy for your final choice. Perhaps it’s good to know that ceramic dining tables have many advantages. We have listed a few for you below.   Easy to clean   People live at a dining table. And that means that stains might appear on a daily basis. No worries! A ceramic dining table has the advantage that it’s easy to clean. Just wipe it with a cloth and you're done!   Scratch resistant   A beautifully shiny ceramic dining table may look fragile at first glance, but the opposite is true! Ceramic is scratch-resistant, so you don't have to worry about minor damages.   Heat and cold have no influence   The same goes for different temperatures. Your new table can handle cold and heat well, so the quality of your table is guaranteed.   Cheaper   You will probably have noticed that ceramic is very similar to marble. That’s why ceramic is an excellent choice if you’re looking for a marble look with a number of extras. One of those extras is, for example, that ceramic is a lot cheaper than marble.   Shapes   At Table du Sud we’re more than happy to roll up our sleeves for you, in our very own workshop in Heeze, where we make our dining tables. Because we make custom work, we’re very flexible and we’re able to do everything we can to realise your dream table. Have you already thought about the shape of your new dining table? Of course we can make a Rectangular ceramic dining table for you if you wish, but did you know that we also have other shapes in store for you? Discover the Round ceramic dining tables and the Oval ceramic dining tables.   You largely determine the size of the table yourself. As soon as you start composing one, you can see which length, width, and height you can choose at just a glance. Of course you can immediately see what this does to the price as well, so you aren’t faced with any surprises.   Colours   When you think of ceramic, you may often think of white with dark “smears” that together form a whole. At Table du Sud, however, you have complete freedom, which means you also have a lot to choose from when it comes to colour. Are you going for your classic marble look, do you lean more towards almost black or something completely different? Be inspired by the ten different colours and choose the one that best suits your tastes and interior!   Inspiration   Maybe you’re going to furnish a new house from top to bottom, freshen up the dining room, or maybe you’re “just” looking for a new dining table. A little extra inspiration is always welcome. Did you know that we have collected all popular living styles for you? Discover which one suits you and more importantly: discover which furniture goes with it. Are you a fan of industrial or does a rural style really fit you? You'll know in no time!   Frequently asked questions about our ceramic dining tables   How much does a ceramic dining table cost? That depends on the choices you make. Think of the dimensions of your table, the specific frame, and any additional wishes. During the compilation you’ll immediately see what this may do or not do with the final price.     What are the delivery costs of a ceramic dining table? We deliver free to the ground floor if the order value is above €250. Take a look at the delivery page for a handy overview of possible delivery costs.     What’s the difference between ceramic and marble? Ceramic can better withstand stains and high and low temperatures. Another big difference is that ceramic is a lot cheaper. Marble, on the other hand, is a lot more exclusive.     Do I have to make a down payment? Before we get started, we ask for a deposit of 10% of the purchase amount.     Do I get a warranty on my ceramic table? Of course! All Table du Sud furniture comes with a 12-month warranty. Want to know more? Read all about warranty here.     How can I best maintain my ceramic table? At Table du Sud you’re not only at the right place for your tables, but also for any maintenance products. We have special care products for each material.     Can I still change my wishes after ordering? After you've placed your order, we'll immediately start working, so it’s not possible to change your choices afterwards. If this still occurs, please contact us as soon as possible.

Suar

Suar tree trunk tables

24 products

Unique tables, all from one piece! In addition to an oak live edge table, it is also possible to opt for a Suar live edge table. This type of live edge table is made from Suar wood, which is a tropical wood type from Indonesia. What is extra special about the Suar table is that its top is made out of a single piece, which makes each of them unique. In our workshop in Heeze we always have a selection of the most beautiful planks in stock in different sizes. Please note: the Suar tabletops can only be viewed in Heeze. Different colours You can choose between two treatments; ultra matte lacquer or oil. Both treatments provide very good protection against marks and stains. The ultra matt lacquer retains the natural colour of the saman wood, while the oil gives the tabletop a rather darker and interesting colour, enhancing the wonderful flares of colour in the wood. By default, scratches and knots won't be filled, leaving the tabletop as natural as possible. We can fill them on request. Large choice of frames As with our other dining tables, different frames are available for the Suar live edge table. An example of this is a Felix frame made of black metal. Or opt for a sturdy XX-frame. It is very important to think carefully about the frame. How many people do you usually eat with? Do you regularly have unexpected guests pver? Which shape best suits the room? Of course we are happy to advise you on this. Craftsmanship No mass production or use of thickened materials, but all unique and authentic dining tables manufactured by hand. Tops are machine sanded and smoothed. The same applies to the edge, which is made 100% splinter-free. This way you can dine without worry, even with small children. Any special wishes? We can take any of these into account because all tables are made in our own workshop.

Herringbone

Herringbone dining tables

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The beautiful herringbone pattern, now available as a table! Herringbone is well known as a beautiful pattern for a wooden floor. A herringbone floor is both stylish and timeless and might even be one of the most famous current interior trends. Now you can also find this beautiful herringbone pattern as a tabletop at Table du Sud. Herringbone Ready for something other than a straight-lined oak tabletop? Then take a look at our sturdy and somewhat playful herringbone tabletops. The herringbone tabletop consists of planks of 18 centimeters wide oak; the table tops can be treated in any desired colour. The top is then framed with a wooden frame, which is glued around the top in mitred form. The height of the frame is 6 centimeters thick by standard, this is also the top thickness. Because we want to offer you a lot of choice and custom sizes with our herringbone tables, you can find the herringbone pattern in different shapes: • Rectangular herringbone tables - sturdy, robust yet elegant table that is an eye-catcher in every home.• Oval herringbone tables - the benefits of a modern oval tabletop with a trendy and timeless herringbone pattern.• Round herringbone tables – the beautiful wooden herringbone pattern combined with the cosiest table shape. Industrial frames Our herringbone tables can be combined with various industrial bases. If you would like to be able to put dining chairs around the entire table, then either the herringbone dining table Gap or oak herringbone dining table XX might be good options for you. With other frames, such as a U-frame, the legs are situated more on the front side, so that you have full space with your feet. Our herringbone tables are classic with a modern, industrial twist. Combine the oak top with an oak frame if you like a full oak table. You can also opt for a sturdy metal or stainless-steel frame for an even more modern look. Handcrafted Those who like industrial do not usually like mass production. Our oak tables are all handcrafted in our own workshop in Heeze. We shave beautiful tabletops from rough beams and weld the metal frames ourselves. This creates unique items that you will not find anywhere else. Want to see our tables in real life? Come visit one of our showrooms in Nieuwkoop or Heeze. You can even look into the workshop at the showroom in Heeze! On our inspiration page you will find more information about styles, maintenance and how, for example, a herringbone table is made.  

Concrete

Concrete dining tables

24 products

Sturdy and robust. Concrete tables are the trend of the moment. A concrete tabletop matches perfectly with an oak or industrial frame. Do you want to create a somewhat warmer look? Then oak is just for you. Match it with a metal frame and the industrial picture is complete. You choose which colour you like best: Charchoal, Grey, Basalt or White? Handy When you think of concrete, you might think of a heavy, cold tabletop. Wrong! Our tops are not solid and more handy and finished with a non-visible, protective lacquer!  Numerous dimensions As you are used to from us, this tabletop is available in various sizes. Table du Sud offers concrete tables in the following dimensions: 180x100 centimeters, 200x100 centimeters, 220x100 centimeters, 240x100 centimeters, 260x100 centimeters and 280x100 centimeters. Legs The legs are placed either 8 or 20 centimeters from the head of the table. You can report the desired distance to our logistics employees. When they deliver the table to your home, they'll put the legs in the right place.  Matching dining chairs A beautiful concrete table naturally need some nice matching dining chairs. Or choose something different and go for a cosy dining sofa. You will find chairs in all kinds of different shapes, colours and sizes; a suitable "seat" for everyone.

Fenix

Fenix dining tables

57 products

Are you looking for a soft but strong table top that is easy to keep clean? Check! New at Table du Sud: Fenix tabletops. Fenix is a thin sheet material equipped with a nano-tech coating. An innovative eye-catcher in your dining room! Which colour suits you? No need to be afraid of scratches, with the supplied "wonder sponge" these are a thing from the past. Extremely matte! The surface is extremely matte and doesn't reflect. That’s how the colour never loses its potency. Another advantage of this surface is that fingerprints won’t be visible. Fenix tabletops Not only do we have Fenix tabletops, we also have a framethat's specifically made for Fenix. And as you are used to from us: it's custom made in our own workshop. Click here for more information about all Fenix features.

Monastery tables

Discover our made to measure monastery tables | Table du Sud

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A monastery table, also called a convent or refectory table, is a beautiful nod to the past within the world of furniture. Are you looking for a new monastery table or are you curious about what a monastery table is? Then quickly read on. We have listed all the information below.   What is a monastery table?   If you aren’t familiar yet with the term monastery table, or convent/refectory table for that matter, it would be nice to know what they mean precisely. This way you can largely determine whether this dining table suits you in terms of taste. Of course, the name(s) already largely give away as to what you can expect.   In the Middle Ages, these tables were mainly found in churches, monasteries and castles and are known for their robust legs, which often have curves. So these tables are entirely made of oak and don’t have a steel frame. Naturally, monastery tables fit well in rural styles, but did you know that these tables can certainly conquer a place in a modern living style? The only question is: do you dare?   Material: choose from 2 or 3 different types of oak   Making oak furniture is Table du Sud's specialty. If you are about to order a monastery table, you should know we don’t only use standard oak for our tables. Almost all tables have two or three options in terms of wood. Below we would like to show you which options these are.   Lived oak   We believe that lived oak is a perfect match for a convent table. Lived oak is oak in its purest form. This means that we leave all knots and cracks in place to ensure the table has a rural and natural look. Of course we will make sure that any sharp edges or holes on the edges are removed so you can’t injure yourself.   Refined oak   This is the counterpart of lived oak that you can sometimes select. For refined oak, we use wood that doesn’t have knots and cracks, so they don’t need to be filled.   New oak   If you can't choose between the two oak types described above, new oak may be the safest option for you. It’s a golden mean, so you’ll come across small cracks and knots in the wood, but we will fill them for you. The filling we use has the same colour as the wood, or, if you prefer, we can also use black. The choice is yours!   Dimensions   As you may already know, we have our own workshop in Heeze where we’re happy to roll up our sleeves to make your perfect dining table. The short line with the showroom and our online customers ensures that we can deliver custom work. If you’re going to order a monastery table, you’ll immediately notice that you aren’t just ordering a standard refectory table with standard sizes that we just take from our stock.   We only get started after you have informed us about your wishes. Do you go for a compact table of 160 cm or do you go for a length of 300 cm? Give us the length, width, height and sheet thickness and we’ll start immediately. Unsure about the size of your table? Read our blog about the number of chairs at the table. This way you can better determine the ideal size of your new table.   Colour of your monastery table   Love at first sight is always possible, but it’s good to know that the pictures of our monastery tables merely give an indication. In reality, much more is possible. You may think when you see a table: gosh, what a beautiful monastery table, but the colour just doesn't fit in our interior. That’s no reason to give up right away!   We offer our tables in more than ten different colours. From silk white to deep black and from hazelnut to walnut. Discover the different options and match them with your current interior. Tip: we also sell matching dining sofas and dining chairs.   Inspiration Do you need more furniture in addition to a monastery table, are you about to furnish a new house or do you just want to change course after a few years? In any case, we’re happy to help you furnish your spaces. If you are looking for inspiration, the different living styles are a good place to start. Are you all about an industrial living style or is Scandinavian your thing? And how about the brand new Japandi? There's plenty to see and a little inspiration never hurts, right?   Frequently asked questions about our monastery tables     Is there a difference between monastery tables and convent/refectory tables? No, these two terms mean the same thing. We like to use the term monastery tables for our furniture.     What does a monastery table cost? That depends on the choices you make while putting together your table. If you select any sizes/colours, you’ll immediately see what it does to the price. That way you won't be faced with any surprises.     What are the delivery costs of a monastery table? With an order amount above €250 we deliver free of charge on the ground floor. See the delivery page for any costs.     Do I have to make a down payment? We require a small deposit of 10% before we get started.     Can I still adjust my wishes after I have ordered? We offer custom work, which means we work specifically for you. This means it isn’t possible to adjust your choices later on. Please contact us as soon as possible if this occurs.     Do I get a warranty on my monastery table? All Table du Sud furniture comes with a 1-year warranty.     Do you make the monastery tables yourself? Of course! We make all our tables in our own workshop in Heeze. One of our showrooms is also located in Heeze. You can visit there without an appointment to take a look.     How can I best treat my oak table? We have special maintenance products for treating and maintaining the tables we make.

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One of the best-known tables.

Rectangular tables, who isn't familiar with those? They can be found in many households and not without reason! A rectangular dining table has beautiful clean lines, creating a tidy appearance. And let's face it, isn't the perfect picture one of a large group at a large table, dining together? Dishes everywhere, your candles lit... Enjoy!

Various frames

Een rechthoekige tafel kan gemakkelijk worden gecombineerd met een diversiteit aan onderstellen, die we allemaal in onze eigen werkplaats maken. Denk hierbij aan poten aan de kopse zijden zodat je nergens last van hebt bij je voeten, en een centrale poot zodat je de gehele lengte van de tafel optimaal kunt benutten. Bij de kopse poten kun je ook zelf de afstand tot de rand bepalen. 

A rectangular table can easily be combined with a variety of frames, which we all make in our own workshop. Think of legs on the head sides so that your feet aren't bothered by anything, or a central leg frame which allows you to optimally make use of the entire length of the table. With legs on both head sides, you can also determine their distance to the edge of the table. 

 

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