Oval & Round Extending Dining Table

Do you love a good chat over dinner? Round and oval dining tables are the most conducive to conversation. With a round extendable table you remove the natural barriers that a square or rectangle table can create and are left with free-flowing space for sitting and communicating. That’s why a round or oval extendable table is often found in a farmhouse kitchen, or a casual dining space.

If you have a small space for a table then the round extending dining table is a great choice. You can walk more easily round the table in a confined space and also locate the table where you have room – in a corner, or even in the centre of the kitchen if that’s the most convenient place. An oval extendable dining table works effectively in a long, narrow dining space. Oval tables are designed with legs at the “corners” whereas with a round table you can choose whether to have a central pedestal support or four legs.

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  • Loire Round Extending Oak Pedestal Table

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    £645.00
  • Cadiz Oak and Pine Round Extending Table

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    £549.00
  • Bordeaux Round Extending Oak Table

    £499.00
  • New England Oak and Pine Round Extending Table

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    £549.00
  • Toulouse Round Extending Table

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    £475.00
  • Toulouse Oval Extending Table

    Regular Price: £545.00

    Special Price £495.00

  • Loire Round Extending Oak Table

    £499.00
  • Loire Oval Extending Oak Table

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    £595.00
  • Bordeaux Oval Extending Oak Table

    £575.00
  • Contemporary Oak Round Table

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    £575.00

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The Oval & Oak Round Extending Dining Table is ideal for creating a softer, more casual look – rounded edges and corners seem friendlier and are perfectly suited to a dining room you use every day, or to a combined kitchen/ dining room space.

And an oval or round dining table is perfect for families dining set with little ones. Without any corners you avoid the danger of a head-on collision with the pointy part of a table. The smooth shape is safer for kids – and clumsy adults, too!