Cross Extending Table by Matthew Hilton Studio for Case Furniture

Description / details

Cross Extending Table is an extendable wooden dining table with natural and simple beauty, designed by Matthew Hilton for Case Furniture. This award-winning table is a fine example of advanced wood-manufacturing techniques. The simple lines of this contemporary design creates a distinctly up-to-date piece which is practical and adaptable. Made from a solid wood base, with a veneered top, it has two extendable leaves to fit the entire family. As its smallest, the table can seat up to 8 people. Fully extended, with both leaves inserted, it can seat 12. This table is comfortably large, yet retains a visual balance due to the proportions of the table top. The functional design of the base is sturdy, handsome and built for everyday use.

Case Furniture
Matthew Hilton Studio
Solid wood legs and under frame; Veneered top and leaves; Felt lining in the under frame leaf storage area; Mechanical bearing extension system; Clear polyurethane lacquer
Oak / Walnut
W. 78.7 / 97.6 / 116.1 × D. 35.4 × H. 29.5 in
W. 200 / 248 / 295 × D. 90 × H. 75 cm

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