YARD ETC | The square table
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The square table

1 .490,00 

160 cm x 160 cm x 78 cm


The generous table that easily seats 8 or even 12 people if you move slightly closer together. It still allows for your pots and plants to stay at the center of the table as decoration while people gather around to admire your work.

Garden furniture is really important for the joy of gardening. The functionality and stability has to be there and they need to be durable so you don´t have to be too careful with them. They are also important in creating a nice atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy the result of your work and share it with friends.

We have developed a few essential furniture pieces for the functional and enjoyable garden or garden house. We wanted them to be really simple and sturdy enough to be used as worktops for planting. It was also important to make them of solid oak planks to withstand weather and time and to mature beautifully. Solid oak is also able to stay outside all year around.

The tables are normally made on demand so please allow around 4-6 weeks for delivery.
If you have an urge for custom measurements we might be able to help out if you e-mail your request to: jessica.geigel@yardetc.com.

The wood:
The solid oak planks we use for tables and benches are always 35mm thick. They are taken from cultivated trees to avoid destroying natural deciduous forests.

The oiled up amber/brown finish:
The finish could be kept by giving the table a new oil treatment regularly when it gets a bit dull, normally once or twice during the season. You can also choose not to oil it and it will turn to a beautiful grey colour tone over time.

The weathered grey finish:
Please note that this finish is a bit uneven and it looks fantastic but consequently has a small chance of splinters even if we try to sand it slightly. This table can be oiled if you want the surface to be more saturated but should not if you want to keep the greyish colour.