Cross Extending Table Walnut
The story behind this product
Meet the designer
Designing for leading furniture makers such as Case, De La Espada and SCP, many of Hilton's designs are considered icons with pieces such as his Balzac Chair held in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Working in premium materials such as solid wood, cast iron, and brass, in 2007 Hilton launched his eponymous brand as a place where he could have complete creative control.
Delivery & Returns
STEP 1We call you to arrange the ideal delivery date for you
STEP 2Our specialist two person team will fully assemble your furniture in your room of choice*
STEP 3We take away all your unwanted packaging
Rest assured, you can return your order within 14 days
We'll come and collect* whenever is most convenient for you
We've teamed up with the British Heart Foundation to offer a free furniture collection service in aid of a great cause
Feefo Reviews : 67%
Date Score Reviewer Customer Comment 16-Jan-2019
Mrs Emma Crossman Perfect for what we wanted. Looks good, great design and wonderful mechanism. 24-Jan-2018
Heal's customer The table is good, just marred by the fact that I had to wait for it so long. 06-Dec-2016
Mr Peter Radley Nice design, slightly flimsy construction - table sags when wife puts her weight on it to get up
Response from Heal's :
I'm glad to hear you love the new svelte design of the Cross Extending Dining table.
Using modern layering of veneers, Matthew Hilton has designed a slim line extending dining table which is safe from warping and extreme temperature changes. As wood is a natural material, under normal circumstances,... Read More. I'm glad to hear you love the new svelte design of the Cross Extending Dining table.
Using modern layering of veneers, Matthew Hilton has designed a slim line extending dining table which is safe from warping and extreme temperature changes. As wood is a natural material, under normal circumstances, it would bend and change shape. Matthew has gone to great lengths to ensure that this does not happen, however in order to do this, the table top has to have some flex. This is intended, completely within the design and nothing to be concerned about.
Should you have any concerns at all, please do let me know, or contact our Care Team, [email protected]
I'm sure over Christmas you'll get many compliments regarding your new dining table and I hope you continue to love it year after year.