Debenhams Acacia 'Elba' large extending table and 6 slatted back chairs
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About this item
The 'Elba' range is made from acacia wood solids and veneers, lacquered for a smooth, rich looking finish. This large table features a self-contained leaf which allows it to be easily extended for accommodating extra guests. The chairs feature slatted back detailing and cushioned, faux leather seat pads.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Kelly I would not recommend this table
We bought this table last year based on the great reviews and how lovely the table looked. However, it chips and scratches easily and most definitely a waste of money. It looked so beautiful, we are very disappointed with the quality. It does not say it is soft wood in the description and nor can it be confirmed what the guarantee is for. As the other reviewer said, do not waste your money!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Donna Excellent quality and service
Delivered quickly and the delivery team were great unpacking and assembling the table within 15 mins. We are really pleased with the quality and would definitely recommend this product.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Samis Beautiful!
This beautiful piece was delivered to me exactly 5 weeks after I ordered it. I ordered them with the matching sideboard. It definitely was worth waiting for. The finishing is so elegant, and the colour comes a touch lighter than shown in the pictures. It looks solid, sturdy and very expensive. The sideboard is my favourite, the finishing on it, is smooth and just beautiful. The chairs are very comfortable, and the table is of a good height for eating. Thanks to the kids, I've had to put a table cover on permanently, after noticing a couple of scratches just after two days. The delivery men were excellent, assembled gently, and took all the mess with them.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Ash The Truth
Beautiful table and chairs. Quality and well made . Delivery excellent and very quick. Discovered a small scratch on the table which was referred to head office and they are in the process of sorting out the problem.