Can I also get the MEYER Table in other dimensions?

Yes. You can put together the MEYER as an individual made-to-measure product ( HERE ) on our website. We would be happy to plan your MEYER

even more individually with you.

Desired color, table height or other sizes, write to us at info@out-design.com or call us on +49 30 44673800 (Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.).

How do I care for the MEYER Table?

Depending on which surface finish you have selected, the care varies, you can find all the information ( HERE ). Basically, a high-quality solid wood table needs some love and care from you, so it will remain beautiful for many years and you will continue to enjoy it.

Where can I see the MEYER Table?

We have ( HERE ) put together a list of our premium specialist dealers for you. Please contact the respective partner to ensure that the desired property is available locally.

We can also introduce each object to you in a video call and show you from all perspectives. Just send us a message with your desired time and a mobile phone number here in the website chat, or to info@out-design.com or call us directly on +49 30 44673800 (Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.).

Where can I order wood samples from the MEYER Table?

You can order our material samples ( HERE ) to your home.

How is the MEYER Table delivered and how much does delivery cost?

We ship the MEYER Table within Germany with our partner Logistikmanufaktur. Not only does that sound good, they also offer a blatantly good service. You can choose one of the following options at check out:


Delivery is to the apartment door, by appointment.


The delivery takes place in the desired room of your apartment, by appointment.


The delivery takes place with professional assembly and packaging disposal, with appointment.

How can I imagine your black tone?

The solid oak stained black has an ultra matt, timeless look. Scratches and scrapes can be touched up with a touch-up stick. Small knots and signs of growth are normal. Thanks to the naturalness of the material, the color rendering is always different and can also be perceived as anthracite, depending on the wood batch and grain. Since wood is a natural product, the grain is always unique and makes every object unique. The best thing to do is to order our samples ( HERE ) and take a look for yourself.

What finish do you recommend for the wood, waxed or varnished?

This is a very individual question to be answered. Ideally, we would like to advise you personally and take your circumstances into account. Here are a few bullet points to weigh up the merits of each.

Waxed table top:

The advantage of waxed finishing is that you can always wax the MEYER Table again and scratches don't stand a chance. The surface is ultra-matt and the wood comes into its own in all its beauty. Our designer David has a 3-year-old daughter herself, who likes to eat spaghetti at the table and occasionally abuses the MEYER with a fork or likes to draw works of art on the table top. Due to the repeated waxing, the table is so impregnated and robust that it coped well with this. In the worst case, it can be reworked with a small sanding sponge and wax. We offer a suitable care set for this ( HERE ). Even if this refinement involves more effort at first glance, it still has many advantages over lacquered surfaces, above all the table top cannot be destroyed by lacquer chips or scratches. For the reasons, the waxed surface for a solid wood table is also a sustainable and long-term rewarding decision.

Lacquered tabletop:

The varnishing of solid wood does not necessarily make sense. However, if wet wiping is particularly important to you, painting with a protective varnish can make sense. The look is similar to wax, but the varnish seals the pores, resulting in a minimal fine shine - but overall still rather matt. The disadvantage of varnishing is that if the varnish is damaged, e.g. something falls violently onto the wood or kids stick their forks into the table top with full force, then you cannot repair it yourself. In addition, a lacquered table is more susceptible to an unfavorable room climate ( HERE ) more about that.

Both forms of refinement meet the highest standards and it depends on your individual circumstances. That probably doesn't make your decision any easier now. If we had to recommend one variant specifically, it would certainly be the waxed finish. The MEYER can be an excellent addition to your home for decades, small mishaps can always be easily repaired. The waxed wood is extremely pleasant to the touch and also unfolds all its optical advantages. Not sure yet? Then our wood samples might help you to make a decision, you can order them ( HERE ).

How many chairs fit at the MEYER table?

It depends a bit on your chairs. As a rule, we recommend around 60 - 80 cm of space per person and chair at home. On a bench, which is available to match the MEYER table (HERE ), you can also pull guests together a little more cuddly.

In addition to the MEYER bench, we have designed the WAGNER armchair and the SCHULZ chair to go with the MEYER table. The dimensions here don't quite match your home? Then you can put together the MEYER table ( HERE ) individually.

Specifically, you have the following distance between the table legs at the seat height of 45 cm.

Is the MEYER Table also available as an extendable table?

Yes, ( HERE ) you can find the MEYER extendable Table for parties with up to 10 people.

The MEYER is very filigree, how solid is it?

The MEYER stands out with its filigree silhouette, which skilfully sets the scene for the solid wood. Compared to other tables of its kind, the MEYER is surprisingly stable and is often chosen as a work or dining table. It is in the nature of things that there is a certain dynamic and vibration - if this is unthinkable for you, you should rather choose our RICHTER table ( HERE ). In general, solid wood is a material that doesn't stay the same forever, it lives with you and can also change its shape slightly over the years - if you think that's not possible, we recommend a table made of steel, e.g. ZEBE ( HERE ).