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Japandi eettafels

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Japandi, a surprising combination of Scandinavian and Japanese, is gaining in popularity. At Table du Sud we also belong to the fanbase of this new living style, one that’s taking the world by storm! We've got quite a few dining tables that wouldn't look out of place in a beautiful Japandi-styled dining room. On this page you can find all the relevant information.   Material   The furniture that we often see in Japandi interiors is made of natural materials. Working with natural materials is one of our specialties, which leaves you with a ton of options regarding materials at Table du Sud.   Oak   Oak wood is and remains a classic when it comes to furniture material. If you are going to furnish your Japandi dining room, oak is a solid choice. Did you know you have several options in terms of oak during the composition of your Japandi dining table?   If you want to go for a purely natural look, we advise you to choose lived oak. Lived oak means we leave the knots and cracks as they are. Of course we ensure that any sharp edges are properly finished, so you can’t hurt yourself.   You also have the option of choosing new or refined oak. New oak may have knots and cracks in the wood, but those are filled for you. Refined oak furniture is made from specially selected wood with virtually no knots or cracks.   Shape   Japandi mainly focuses on organic shapes. This means that square, rectangular, and circular shapes aren’t really part of this style. An organic shape is a natural shape, like a water drop. The pebble-shaped dining tables are currently on the rise and fit perfectly with Japandi. With a pebble-shaped dining table you make efficient use of your space and you opt for an original design without sacrificing the dimensions of the tabletop.   Japandi colours   Once you've made up your mind about the shape and material, it's time to choose the colour. Brown, beige, cream, grey, terracotta and pastel shades are the main colours that constitute the Japandi style. The pictured furniture is there to give an indication of the possibilities, but remember that it’s really only the tip of the iceberg. Did you know that our dining tables are available in more than ten different colours? When you’re composing your table, you’ll see exactly which colours we have in store for you. This way you can match that colour with the rest of your Japandi interior. Tip: become inspired by our colour samples! That way you can easily see which colour really suits you from the comfort of your own home.   More inspiration   Interested in Japandi? Then read up on this living style. For the real fans, we also wrote a nice article about Wabi-Sabi, the philosophy from which Japandi partly originated. In any case, looking at different living styles will always be a good foundation when going for a makeover. Think about the inspiration you’ll get by looking at modern and industrial living styles, for example! We have listed all living styles for you.   Frequently asked questions about our Japandi dining tables     What’s the delivery time of a Japandi dining table? We do everything we can to deliver your table as quickly as possible. The most recent time of delivery can be found on the page of the table you selected. We adjust this information weekly, so you know exactly where you stand.     What are the delivery costs of a Japandi dining table? Delivery on the ground floor is free of charge with an order value that exceeds €250.-. Please see our delivery page for any possible delivery costs.     How much does a Japandi dining table cost? As soon as you select a table you’ll see the price. As you indicate your preferences during composition, such as the type of wood and the colour, you’ll be updated by any possible price changes. That way you’ll never be faced with any surprises.     Do I get warranty? Yes, of course. All Table du Sud furniture comes with a 12-month warranty. Want to know more? We have collected all the information for you on our warranty page.     How can I best maintain my Japandi dining table? That depends on the material. For each material, we have specific maintenance products in store for you to best maintain the quality of your dining table.     Can I see the Japandi dining tables in real life first? In our showrooms you’ll find an extensive selection of our range. You can find us in Heeze (near Eindhoven), Utrecht (in The Wall on the A2) and Deventer. You don’t need to make an appointment for a visit.     What size dining table is best for me? Make sure that there’s enough space available around the table so that you retain free passage. In addition, the number of people is a good basis for determining the dimensions. For inspiration, read our blog about the number of chairs at the table. It may help you to make the right choice.     Do I have to make a down payment? Before we get started, we ask for a small deposit of 10% of the purchase price.     Can I still change my wishes after I have placed my order? This is not possible because we provide custom work that exactly matches your specific wishes. Please contact us as soon as possible if this occurs.

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Japandi, a surprising combination of Scandinavian and Japanese, is gaining in popularity. At Table du Sud we also belong to the fanbase of this new living style, one that’s taking the world by storm! We've got quite a few dining tables that wouldn't look out of place in a beautiful Japandi-styled dining room. On this page you can find all the relevant information.

 

Material

 

The furniture that we often see in Japandi interiors is made of natural materials. Working with natural materials is one of our specialties, which leaves you with a ton of options regarding materials at Table du Sud.

 

Oak

 

Oak wood is and remains a classic when it comes to furniture material. If you are going to furnish your Japandi dining room, oak is a solid choice. Did you know you have several options in terms of oak during the composition of your Japandi dining table?

 

If you want to go for a purely natural look, we advise you to choose lived oak. Lived oak means we leave the knots and cracks as they are. Of course we ensure that any sharp edges are properly finished, so you can’t hurt yourself.

 

You also have the option of choosing new or refined oak. New oak may have knots and cracks in the wood, but those are filled for you. Refined oak furniture is made from specially selected wood with virtually no knots or cracks.

 

Shape

 

Japandi mainly focuses on organic shapes. This means that square, rectangular, and circular shapes aren’t really part of this style. An organic shape is a natural shape, like a water drop. The pebble-shaped dining tables are currently on the rise and fit perfectly with Japandi. With a pebble-shaped dining table you make efficient use of your space and you opt for an original design without sacrificing the dimensions of the tabletop.

 

Japandi colours

 

Once you've made up your mind about the shape and material, it's time to choose the colour. Brown, beige, cream, grey, terracotta and pastel shades are the main colours that constitute the Japandi style. The pictured furniture is there to give an indication of the possibilities, but remember that it’s really only the tip of the iceberg. Did you know that our dining tables are available in more than ten different colours? When you’re composing your table, you’ll see exactly which colours we have in store for you. This way you can match that colour with the rest of your Japandi interior. Tip: become inspired by our colour samples! That way you can easily see which colour really suits you from the comfort of your own home.

 

More inspiration

 

Interested in Japandi? Then read up on this living style. For the real fans, we also wrote a nice article about Wabi-Sabi, the philosophy from which Japandi partly originated. In any case, looking at different living styles will always be a good foundation when going for a makeover. Think about the inspiration you’ll get by looking at modern and industrial living styles, for example! We have listed all living styles for you.

 

Frequently asked questions about our Japandi dining tables

 
 

What’s the delivery time of a Japandi dining table?

We do everything we can to deliver your table as quickly as possible. The most recent time of delivery can be found on the page of the table you selected. We adjust this information weekly, so you know exactly where you stand.

 
 

What are the delivery costs of a Japandi dining table?

Delivery on the ground floor is free of charge with an order value that exceeds €250.-. Please see our delivery page for any possible delivery costs.

 
 

How much does a Japandi dining table cost?

As soon as you select a table you’ll see the price. As you indicate your preferences during composition, such as the type of wood and the colour, you’ll be updated by any possible price changes. That way you’ll never be faced with any surprises.

 
 

Do I get warranty?

Yes, of course. All Table du Sud furniture comes with a 12-month warranty. Want to know more? We have collected all the information for you on our warranty page.

 
 

How can I best maintain my Japandi dining table?

That depends on the material. For each material, we have specific maintenance products in store for you to best maintain the quality of your dining table.

 
 

Can I see the Japandi dining tables in real life first?

In our showrooms you’ll find an extensive selection of our range. You can find us in Heeze (near Eindhoven), Utrecht (in The Wall on the A2) and Deventer. You don’t need to make an appointment for a visit.

 
 

What size dining table is best for me?

Make sure that there’s enough space available around the table so that you retain free passage. In addition, the number of people is a good basis for determining the dimensions. For inspiration, read our blog about the number of chairs at the table. It may help you to make the right choice.

 
 

Do I have to make a down payment?

Before we get started, we ask for a small deposit of 10% of the purchase price.

 
 

Can I still change my wishes after I have placed my order?

This is not possible because we provide custom work that exactly matches your specific wishes. Please contact us as soon as possible if this occurs.

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