bruunmunch - Playdinner Lamé Dining Table (180 - 280 cm)

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$2,819.00 incl. VAT, plus shipping

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Extendable Wood Dining Table

The Playdinner Lamé by bruunmunch is a stylish dining table, with a timeless design and convenient pull-out function. The table is named after the discoverer of the elliptical shape: Gabriel Lamé.

The table top is available either made of solid wood or laminate in different colours. The matching extentions to make the dinner table larger are available separately and connect with a tongue and groove joint to the table’s top. Together with the turned wood legs a fleet-footed and elegant dining table is created that is flexibly extendable by 180 over 230 to max. 280 cm.

Dining Table in Various Forms

The Lamé Playdinner table is upon request available without or with compartment to store the extra extension plates. As part of the multi-faceted Play collection by bruunmunch is the Playdinner table in available in different variants: with round or oval table top in different colours.

Here you can find the Extension for the Playdinner Lamé Dining Table.

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Item no. 138843
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Details Extensions available separately!
  • Oak
  • Origin: Northern Europe
Colour Oak oiled
Dimensions Height: 73 cm, Depth: 100.5 cm, Length: 180 cm
extendable Yes
EAN 5713197019742
Design Henrik J. Bruun & Jacob S. Munch
Category dining tables, Design Tables

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Table great, unfinished business unsatisfactory

3 of 5 stars 2019-05-24, , bruunmunch - Playdinner Lamé Dining Table incl. compartment for extensions (180-280 cm), Oak oiled
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A beautiful table, great material and super workmanship. Unfortunately the delivery time was a disaster and the communication with Connox in this case was only sufficient to inadequate.

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