Description

This table leaf is intended as a middle piece between two of FDB Møbler's Sammen tables – this way you can create an extra-, extra-, extra-long table for grand garden parties and lovely al fresco dinners with friends and family. For example, if you have one Sammen table on the balcony and another on the patio, you can combine the tables into a long dining table that can accommodate even a larger group of people without them having to sit so close to each other that their shoulders touch. The table leaf fits the M2 and M3 terrace tables in FDB Møbler's Sammen collection.

FDB Møbler's Sammen outdoor furniture exudes both impeccable artisanship and minimalist Nordic elegance, perfectly in line with the traditions of the Danish brand. Designer Thomas E. Alken’s goal was to create a patio furniture set that was just as high quality and stylish as FDB Møbler’s indoor furniture, leading him to choose teak wood as the furniture’s material. The timeless and durable natural material ages beautifully, developing a lovely patina over time, with its golden-brown shade turning into a gorgeous silvery grey – however, the furniture’s original hue can also be maintained by protecting and regularly oiling the furniture. Properly cared for, teak furniture will last from year to year and from decade to decade.

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M4 Sammen middle leaf, large

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Length
184 cm
Width
90 cm
Height
8,1 cm
Material
Teak, natural oiled
Warranty
2 years
Notes
Fits M2 and M3 Sammen tables
Care instructions
General cleaning when needed with a suitable wood cleaner and soft bristle brush. Rinse afterwards with clear water and let dry. If you wish to preserve or intensify the original honey-golden colour, use a suitable furniture oil on a regular basis.

 Thomas E. Alken

Thomas E. Alken (born 1970) is a Danish industrial designer known not only for furniture designed under his own name but also for his design studio Format Design. Alken graduated from the Design School Kolding in 1997. In his designs, simplified lines and timeless design language are combined with practicality and lightweight structures.

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