This large draw leaf Vejle Stole Dining Table stands firm in its solid pine core covered with a teak veneer. Designed by Henning Kjaernulf for Vejle Stole og Møbelfabrik, this hefty beauty boasts solid teak legs and gorgeous edge banding. The contrasrting wood grain on the leafs enhance the simple and minimalist nature of this this true Scandinavian design. Consider pairing this Vejle Stole dining table with one of our many sets of teak dining chairs (sold separately). In the classic style of: Niels Moller, Finn Juhl, Hans Wegner.
Restored to like-new condition. Our team gently refinished this table top and removed every minor blemish. This table looks and operates like the day it was manufactured (circa 1960’s). We’re certain you won’t find a more pristine representation of this table anywhere.
The table without leaves extended is 54.5″ W. Draw leaves expand to ”94” W. Each leaf is approx 19.75″
Danish modern: is a style of minimalist furniture and housewares from Denmark associated with the Danish design movement. In the 1920s, Kaare Klint embraced the principles of Bauhaus modernism in furniture design, creating clean, pure lines based on an understanding of classical furniture craftsmanship coupled with careful research into materials, proportions and the requirements of the human body. With designers such as Arne Jacobsen and Hans Wegner and associated cabinetmakers, Danish furniture thrived from the 1940s through the 1960s. Adopting mass-production techniques and concentrating on form rather than just function, Finn Juhl contributed to the style’s success. Danish housewares adopting a similar minimalist design such as cutlery and trays of teak and stainless steel and dinnerware such as those produced in Denmark for Dansk in its early years, expanded the Danish modern aesthetic beyond furniture. Henning Kjaernulf is no exception.