If there is one thing every house needs, it is a solid dining room table. If you’re crafty, you can whip an old, used table back into shape but if you’re like me, it’s better to leave it to the professionals. We desperately needed a new table and when I set my eyes on the Seb Extendable Dining Room Table by Castlery, I knew I had found the one.
The Seb Extendable Dining Table
First things first, this isn’t your run of the mill compressed wood table. This gorgeous piece is made of acacia wood complete with natural knots and a honey and ash finish. If you’re looking for a smooth table without charm, this is not the table for you. If you’re like me, however, the Seb Extendable Dining Table pays homage to its former tree self with natural imperfections that brings a unique rustic charm to it.
What About the Extensions?
The seb extendable dining table features an easy-to-extend butterfly panel top to go from 59 inches to 78.7 inches in a breeze. The table can go from seating 2-4 without the extension to 6-8 comfortably easily. The butterfly panel top also has latches under the table top to keep the extension secure and in place.
What About Seating Options?
We had 6 dining chairs previously that work for our family of boys so we decided to stick with those but the seb extendable dining table does have matching Seb chairs you can purchase. The option we did go with is the matching Seb bench.
The Seb bench keeps everything versatile yet streamlined with a generously padded seat to keep our buoy and guests alike, comfortable.
Overall, the organic look and feel of the seb extendable dining table is really what drew me to it. With mid century legs and a honey finish, it’s hard to resist something so beautifully made.
Hello! I’m also interested in this table. I was wondering how the table has held up since you posted about it? Does it scratch easily?
Hi Melissa! Nope, it has a rough texture to it so scratching would be hard to do unless it was deep! Hope that helps! 🙂
Debi Fernandez says
I’m very disappointed with the ease scratch marks show up!!!
Can you write on the table? Like is the texture too course for writing?
It is coarse so you could write with a few sheets of paper without any indentations but definitely not 1-3 pages.
I am wondering how much room under the table the leaf takes up when not in use? Does it hit your knees? Thanks!
Nope, it doesn’t! It tucks just under the top so unless you’re really tall, I don’t think you can naturally hit it.
Christina Bae says
Love your decor!
I am super interested in this table and want to find chairs that match the color since the ones that come as a set aren’t really my type. How would you describe the color tone?
Sorry, I’m just now seeing this comment! It’s actually hard for me to explain. I feel like it’s not as light as the online photos on their site but it’s not as orange as my photos. It’s somewhere in the middle for sure. I could post a video if that would be helpful!