Bog Oak Dining Room Table Top Live Edge Hardwax Oiled (with Resin) 35mm By 940mm By 2540mm

£3,915.00
SKU
TB006
Species
Bog Oak
Oak It is renowned for its durability and longevity, making it a reliable choice for products. Oak wood flooring offers a range of color variations, spanning from light to dark shades
Walnut It is rich chocolate/purplish brown colour is amazing in its richness and is noted for its beautiful grain character, this floor is perfect for the ones who are after a dark unique colour.
Width
940mm
Length
2.54m
Thickness
35mm
Grade
Natural

Please note, for Natural wood products one plank will be different from other planks, the information regarding the grading is a general description of the grading level:

Natural & Natural Sap Expected Allows for sapwood, knots of any size, mineral streaks, wood filler, natural grain pattern, colour variation and any imperfections filled with wood filler.
Prime Has fewer and smaller knots than Eco Prime & Select grade, while still retaining some sapwood, knots, and the acceptance of colour variation and knots ranging from 10-15mm.
Rustic Is vibrant, permitting sapwood, knots of any size, mineral streaks, natural grain, and colour variation. It has a natural grain pattern, with possible imperfections filled with wood filler.
Eco Prime & Select Has fewer knots and wood filler than Natural grade while still retaining some sapwood, knots, mineral streaks, natural grain pattern and colour variation, with possible imperfections filled with wood filler.

"Due to the nature of wooden products, description and images should only be used for guidance." Any knots, splits, or imperfections will be filled by coloured, black, or wood colour filler. Colour Variation can happen from plank to plank in the same box, from box to box and from batch to batch.

Shade
Dark
Colour
Dark Brown
Style
Live Edge
Smoked Flooring Style If you are looking a smoked flooring it is important to note that due to the smoking process the colour variation is greater.
Product Finish
Wax Oiled
Table Seat No
8 seats

Bog Oak Dining Room Table Top Live Edge Hardwax Oiled (with Resin) 35mm By 940mm By 2540mm

Exquisitely crafted from the finest bog oak, this Dining Room Table reflects the perfect fusion of the past and present. With its live edge, the table adds a touch of organic splendour to your dining space. The tabletop is professionally hand-finished with hardwax oil, demonstrating the utmost respect for and dedication to maintaining the wood's natural character and longevity. Moreover, this piece incorporates resin to retain the unique features of the ancient oak. Its size, 35mm in thickness and 940mm by 2540mm in area, comfortably accommodates up to 8 seats making it perfect for larger families or for hosting dinner parties.


Maintaining the natural elegance of the original bog oak while adding modern elements, this dining table features:

  • a live edge maintained for a rustic, natural appeal,
  • thoroughly hardwax oiled for preserving the wood's character and natural aesthetic,
  • added resin for enhancing the table's durability and prolonging its lifetime,
  • a generous size (35mm x 940mm x 2540mm) comfortably seating up to 8 people,
  • precision craftsmanship ensuring the highest quality and longevity.

Invite the timeless allure of history into your dining room with this Bog Oak Table Top. The live edge and rich hue of the hardwax oil finish evoke an earthy ambience, perfect for laid-back family meals, and sophisticated enough for formal dinners. Built to last, this beautiful dining table not only serves as your family's dining spot for years to come, but becomes a conversation piece that imbues your home with a storied character. Comfortably seating eight, every gathering around this table promises to be an experience laden with warmth and luxury.


BOG OAK is very rare to find. The extraction of these logs is very complicated and required high quality equipment, knowledge, and resources.

Our Bog OAK is over 3000 years old (certification) and only found at the very bottom of European Rivers which are 7m and deeper.

The lack of oxygen preserved the Bog Oak from decay. Oak become very dark with beautiful different shades of brown