One table top, four legs - it could not be simpler however with ingenuity. As you can create table configurations in no time at all, starting with only one individual Palette table - in straight rows or in oval, round, or horseshoe forms. Extension elements are simply positioned onto the table legs, which have been prepared by moving them along two (out of four) pins. The ingenious key: only a minimum number of table legs is required. One tabletop, four legs; two tabletops, six legs, etc. The choice is between square or round table legs. The simplest ideas are often the best: that is why Wilkhahn have had the Palette locking system patented.