The Skovby #38 table has a unique design with a springy and simple expression. The table has trapezoidal sloping legs and a new patented extension system - a result of a long design process. The extension system is synchronous - give the tabletop a slight push and the hidden extension leaf will appear. You can easily bring the extension leaf in place in continuation of the tabletop - all by yourself. The table can seat 8 people in its initial position - and fully extended make room for 12. The #38 table is also available with a table top in white laminate - the Skovby High Pressure Silk Laminate. The laminate has an incredibly hardwearing, silk matt surface and is very practical and easy to clean. The silk laminate table top and can be combined with a base in soap-treated solid oak, solid oak oiled-treated or solid oak whiteoil-treated. ¦Patented extension system ¦Extend the table all by yourself ¦Make room for 12 persons ¦Unique design with a springy and simple expression Design by function has been the Skovby design principle for decades starting with the very first “pull-and-unfold” table in 1974. Design by function is the art of designing furniture with product functionality as the main driver and inspirational starting point. Design by function is NOT purely functionality. Design by function is NOT purely design. Why choose when you can have both? Design by function is having both beauty and strong product functionality in one.