- Softening top edge
- Long thinning of the edge on the bottom
- Excellent for round or oval tables
- Not for square corners
What is it?
A dining table with a Sarita edge has a softened top edge and a long gradual thinning or bevel on the bottom edge.
Why do I want it?
The softened top edge means that it is relatively comfortable for arms to rest on the table for a longer time. You aren’t going to end up the indents that you would be from a strong square edge. The long gradual thinned bottom edge gives the table a lighter feel in the space, making this well suited to mid century modern spaces.
Where does it suit?
A Sarita edge is a great choice for a round or an elliptical oval table, especially for a modern inspired space. We can also do a Sarita edge on a rectangle dining table if it has a rounded corner. It does not work for tables with square corners or for extendable tables.