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Features we love
- Ideal for 4-6 diners – extendable design saves space when not in use
- Quickly make extra dining space with the simple flip top mechanism
- Clean design with a sleek finish adds a modern touch to the dining space
- Smooth high gloss finish – super easy to wipe clean
- In fresh white it easily coordinates with other dining furniture
- Including just the table you're free to pair it with the chairs of your choice
All about me
This contemporary Vivienne dining table has a hidden secret, it features a clever table top design, where the top simply flips over and extends the tables surface space to double the size. It comes in handy for increasing your dining space when guests come to call, when the family are around for Sunday lunch or if you're simply serving up a feast and need more space for dishes.
The table comfortably accommodates four diners when closed and when fully extended there's plenty of space for six diners. As it's neat and compact when closed it's great for saving space in your dining room or kitchen when it's not in use. The table comes on its own, so you have the freedom to pair it with the chairs of your choice and the number that best suits your household.
With a clean and linear design all in crisp white, the Vivienne table is super easy to coordinate with other dining furniture and many décor schemes. The sleek high gloss finish gives the table its own natural shine that reflects light beautifully, enhancing the look of light and space in your room, plus the smooth nature of the table makes it super easy to wipe clean.
Need to know
- Dimensions (closed): H75 x W160 x D90 cm
- Dimensions (extended): H75 x W200 x D90 cm
- Size: 4-6 Diners
- Material: Wood combination
- Finish: White high gloss
- Assembly required: Yes
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