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  • Kim Markel Hard Candy Side Table
    ahalife.com
    Kim Markel Hard Candy Side Table
    The standard pedestal table gets a quirky update from artist and maker Kim Markel. Handcrafted from a transparent, pigmented resin with the look of a glossy hard candy, this household furniture is ready to be seen again.
  • Kartell Sparkle Side Table - Honey
    amara.com
    Kartell Sparkle Side Table - Honey
    This Sparkle side table from Kartell will add instant decadence to any setting. Inspired by precious gems and jewels, this side table has an eye-catching pleated design which reflects the light and adds effortless glamour to the space. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, it is impact and scratch resistant and the top section is removable. Many more luxury homeware items are available from the iconic Italian design brand, which are all wonderfully contemporary in style. Key features: * Material: PMMA * Dimensions: H35xDia45cm * Designed by Tokyjin Yoshioka * Unique pleated design gives a jewel inspired look * Scratch & impact resistant * Suitable for indoor and outdoor use * More eye-catching homeware available from Kartell
  • Lines Side Table By Botanist Series by Orange22
    2modern.com
    Lines Side Table By Botanist Series by Orange22
    The Lines Series captures classic design at its best, line upon line, with an energetic splash of color. Features. Botanist Collection. Designed by Massimo and Lella Vignelli. Indoor or outdoor use. Anti-theft security feet secure to the ground. Authentic signature medallion. Available in various colors.
  • Konstantin Grcic Diana A Side Table
    luminaire.com
    Konstantin Grcic Diana A Side Table
    The result of repeated, careful reworking of positive and negative voids, Konstantin Grcic's Diana A Side Table is open to a wide range of interpretations and uses. Ingeniously made from a single sheet of metal and powder coated in a variety of colors, Grcic carefully studied each line, radius, and surface of the form to produce an object that appealed to his subjective eye. Part of the Diana series of small tables, each piece combines with other furniture and objects in ever-varying visual contexts. With an alphabet ranging from models A to F, a room can be transformed to word from an entirely new, entirely personal language.
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