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  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Serve Couch Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Serve Couch Table
    With the Serve Table, Wrong for Hay presents a tribute to traditional processing technique. Still the versatile Serve Table has very modern qualities. One of these modern qualities is the flexibility of the Hay Serve Table. The designer Sebastian Wrong and his team of the Wrong for Hay Collection created a table for many different purposes. This is how it can change its purpose easily and fast. The clear design is noticeably responsible for this flexibility: The Serve Table has been kept minimalistic and clear, which is the reason why the couch and side table fits in different homes. A small detail is remarkable: The round, slightly asymmetric border is formed with steam. This fine detail honours classic techniques of furniture construction. Moreover the raised border keeps objects on the table from falling. The oval feet perfectly fulfil the soft shape of the table top. Hay produces the Wrong for Hay Serve Table with feet and frames of massive beech wood and a table top of ash wood veneer. The table by Hay is also available in black, grey, yellow and pink as well as in contrastive colours. We will also gladly advise you for your individual Hay Serve Table!
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Serve Side Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Serve Side Table
    With the Serve Table, Wrong for Hay presents a tribute to traditional processing technique. Still the versatile Serve Table has very modern qualities. One of these modern qualities is the flexibility of the Hay Serve Table. The designer Sebastian Wrong and his team of the Wrong for Hay Collection created a table for many different purposes. This is how it can change its purpose easily and fast. The clear design is noticeably responsible for this flexibility: The Serve Table has been kept minimalistic and clear, which is the reason why the couch and side table fits in different homes. A small detail is remarkable: The round, slightly asymmetric border is formed with steam. This fine detail honours classic techniques of furniture construction. Moreover the raised border keeps objects on the table from falling. The oval feet perfectly fulfil the soft shape of the table top. Hay produces the Wrong for Hay Serve Table with feet and frames of massive beech wood and a table top of ash wood veneer. The table by Hay is also available in black, grey, yellow and pink as well as in contrastive colours. We will also gladly advise you for your individual Hay Serve Table!
  • The Hansen Family - Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table
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    The Hansen Family - Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table
    The Hansen Family presents the Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table – the piece of furniture, which will make you prick up your ears – especially for the sound systems of the legendary audio producer Tivoli Audio. The times when audio devices have been presented in or on exceptionally adapted furniture pieces have ended. The designer Gesa Hansen turns the time back and shows Audio furniture for small sound devices, such as Model One and Model Three by Tivoli Audio. The top of the Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table has the right size for the Model One, and the compartment below is suitable for books or magazines. The Tivoli Remix Sound Coffee Table looks gorgeous beside a reading chair. But also without the Model One, this side table out of wood and MDF from The Hansen Family is a slim piece of jewellery for the living room.
  • Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Side Table
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    Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Side Table
    The Danish manufacturer Hay invited the design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroulled in order to create a collection for the re-designed University of Copenhaguen (KUA). The result was the Copenhague-Series, which consists of a chair, a bar stool and diverse tables. Hay and the Bouroullecs tried to design furniture for an educational institution, which would belong to our time with their shape and identity and which would fulfil the demands of a University. That’s the reason why the Copenhague Round Table – which is available as dining table and as side table – is very functional, but without getting far too serious in its expression. Since the designers wanted to free the Copenhague Round Table CPH20 from institutional flairs of traditional furniture and they wanted to design objects with bigger originality and a more homely appeal. Hay produces the Copenhague Round Table out of oak wood. Further editions are available on demand.
  • Muuto - Around Coffee Table
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    Muuto - Around Coffee Table
    The Muuto Around coffee table by Thomas Bentzen convinces with its modern and unique identity, but is still – not at last because of its material and sophisticated production – a traditional Scandinavian design product. The shape and frame make Around functional and elegant, and simultaneously give the table a warm and welcoming appearance. The remarkable gaps in its frame are useful for its transport as well as to recognize Around as unique design product. The tables work well on their own or in groups of two, three or more. The edges consist of ash-plywood, the board of plywood and the feet of massive ash wood. The high quality lacquered surface is robust enough to fulfill daily demands. The Around table by Muuto is available in two different sizes (coffee- and couch-table) and in six different colours.
  • Menu Design Menu - Yeh wall table
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    Menu Design Menu - Yeh wall table
    The Yeh wall table by Menu is the perfect accessory for modern rooms. Space becomes rarer and flexibility more important – those ideas in the head of the Taiwanese designer Kenyon Yeh were the origin of the Yeh table. The table is perfectly versatile for every day, suitable for books, magazines, flower pots, table lamps or for the evening tea. The iconic made Yeh wall table is also a charming conversation topic. Since the Yeh wall table by Menu can simply be leaned against the wall, it is usable for every possible purpose at any time. The minimum of space it needs makes it suitable for every room: for keys in entrance halls, as bedside table in the bedroom or as side table in the living room.
  • Menu Design Menu - Yeh wall table
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    Menu Design Menu - Yeh wall table
    The Yeh wall table by Menu is the perfect accessory for modern rooms. Space becomes rarer and flexibility more important – those ideas in the head of the Taiwanese designer Kenyon Yeh were the origin of the Yeh table. The table is perfectly versatile for every day, suitable for books, magazines, flower pots, table lamps or for the evening tea. The iconic made Yeh wall table is also a charming conversation topic. Since the Yeh wall table by Menu can simply be leaned against the wall, it is usable for every possible purpose at any time. The minimum of space it needs makes it suitable for every room: for keys in entrance halls, as bedside table in the bedroom or as side table in the living room.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
    Wrong for Hay is ready for surprises again and again. The sub label of the Danish brand Hay presents a side table which is massive and filigree at the same time: Elephant Table. The design team Anderssen & Voll was inspired by elephants when designing this table: The strong and massive appearance doesn’t only hide the filigree emotionality of this small table. The impression is only achieved with the ling but flat legs, which look different from every perspective. The flat, round table to completes the graphic expression of the Hay Elephant Table. Hay produces the Elephant Table (which is available in two sizes) out of massive wood: Striped oak wood in the natural version and stained ash wood in black. The Elephant Table is also usable as stool.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
    Wrong for Hay is ready for surprises again and again. The sub label of the Danish brand Hay presents a side table which is massive and filigree at the same time: Elephant Table. The design team Anderssen & Voll was inspired by elephants when designing this table: The strong and massive appearance doesn’t only hide the filigree emotionality of this small table. The impression is only achieved with the ling but flat legs, which look different from every perspective. The flat, round table to completes the graphic expression of the Hay Elephant Table. Hay produces the Elephant Table (which is available in two sizes) out of massive wood: Striped oak wood in the natural version and stained ash wood in black. The Elephant Table is also usable as stool.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
    Wrong for Hay is ready for surprises again and again. The sub label of the Danish brand Hay presents a side table which is massive and filigree at the same time: Elephant Table. The design team Anderssen & Voll was inspired by elephants when designing this table: The strong and massive appearance doesn’t only hide the filigree emotionality of this small table. The impression is only achieved with the ling but flat legs, which look different from every perspective. The flat, round table to completes the graphic expression of the Hay Elephant Table. Hay produces the Elephant Table (which is available in two sizes) out of massive wood: Striped oak wood in the natural version and stained ash wood in black. The Elephant Table is also usable as stool.
  • OK Design - Crossit Side Table
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    OK Design - Crossit Side Table
    Crossit is a side table by OK Design, which fulfils the classic ideal of “big and small” together with the Crossit couch table. But the small table has also another surprise. The design of the OK Design Crossit side table is completed with clearness. However, the soft forms make Crossit look very harmonic. Contrasting it, the table top is very special, since it is rotatable – so that the tale presents a white or a mint green table top according to how you turned it. The board is simply plugged where the cross in the middle is. OK Design produces Crossit with legs of massive oak wood and a scratch resistant top. The small side table is even more beautiful accompanied by the Crossit couch table.
  • OK Design - Crossit Couch Table
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    OK Design - Crossit Couch Table
    Crossit is a couch table by OK Design, which fulfils the classic ideal of “big and small” together with the Crossit side table. But the small table has also another surprise. The design of the OK Design Crossit couch table is completed with clearness. However, the soft forms make Crossit look very harmonic. Contrasting it, the table top is very special, since it is rotatable – so that the tale presents a white or a mint green table top according to how you turned it. The board is simply plugged where the cross in the middle is. OK Design produces Crossit with legs of massive oak wood and a scratch resistant top. The small couch table is even more beautiful accompanied by the Crossit side table.
  • Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
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    Hay - Wrong for Hay Elephant Table
    Wrong for Hay is ready for surprises again and again. The sub label of the Danish brand Hay presents a side table which is massive and filigree at the same time: Elephant Table. The design team Anderssen & Voll was inspired by elephants when designing this table: The strong and massive appearance doesn’t only hide the filigree emotionality of this small table. The impression is only achieved with the ling but flat legs, which look different from every perspective. The flat, round table to completes the graphic expression of the Hay Elephant Table. Hay produces the Elephant Table (which is available in two sizes) out of massive wood: Striped oak wood in the natural version and stained ash wood in black. The Elephant Table is also usable as stool.
  • OK Design - Bam Bam Big n' Low side table
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    OK Design - Bam Bam Big n' Low side table
    OK Design was inspired by the glamorous times of American gangsters when it came to design the Bam Bam Big n’Low. The table emerged according to the idol of the chair’s classic, which is also in the program of the Danish manufacturer. The Bam Bam table was obviously inspired by the classic Condesa and Acapulco chairs. The round designs with stripes, which looked great and still look gorgeous, will look as well in a table. And that’s how the Bam Bam Big n’Low table reminds us of the spectacular 50s, where Hollywood stars and Mafia gangsters such as Al Capone passed each other the mic in Mexico. OK Design produces the Bam Bam Big n’Low with a frame out of black, powder coated steel and a table top of oak wood. An edition with a stained oak wood top is also available. Besides the Bam Bam Big n’Low, there is also a higher edition called Bam Bam Small n' Tall , whereby the combination of both looks especially good.
  • OK Design - Bam Bam Small n' Tall table
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    OK Design - Bam Bam Small n' Tall table
    OK Design was inspired by the glamorous times of American gangsters when it came to design the Bam Bam Small n’Tall. The table emerged according to the idol of the chair’s classic, which is also in the program of the Danish manufacturer. The Bam Bam table was obviously inspired by the classic Condesa and Acapulco chairs. The round designs with stripes, which looked great and still look gorgeous, will look as well in a table. And that’s how the Bam Bam Small n’Tall table reminds us of the spectacular 50s, where Hollywood stars and Mafia gangsters such as Al Capone passed each other the mic in Mexico. OK Design produces the Bam Bam Small n’Tall with a frame out of black, powder coated steel and a table top of oak wood. An edition with a stained oak wood top is also available. Besides the Bam Bam Small n’Tall, there is also a lower edition called Bam Bam Big n’Low , whereby the combination of both looks especially good.
  • Casamania - Twine Side Table
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    Casamania - Twine Side Table
    The Italian company Casamania proves humor once again with the Twine side table: The playful table looks like an oversized head. A basic inventions, re-thought: why should the concept of a head not be suitable as table? The Swedish design duo WIS Design achieved this with their side table: the base is the “thread” and the table top is pierced by it. This is how the frame embraces the top, making an elegant base. The table top of the Casamania Twine is made of MDF, while the base consists of steel wire. The side table is also available in other sizes and colours on demand.
  • Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Side Table
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    Hay - Copenhague CPH20 Side Table
    The Danish manufacturer Hay invited the design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroulled in order to create a collection for the re-designed University of Copenhaguen (KUA). The result was the Copenhague-Series, which consists of a chair, a bar stool and diverse tables. Hay and the Bouroullecs tried to design furniture for an educational institution, which would belong to our time with their shape and identity and which would fulfil the demands of a University. That’s the reason why the Copenhague Round Table – which is available as dining table and as side table – is very functional, but without getting far too serious in its expression. Since the designers wanted to free the Copenhague Round Table CPH20 from institutional flairs of traditional furniture and they wanted to design objects with bigger originality and a more homely appeal. Hay produces the Copenhague Round Table out of oak wood. Further editions are available on demand.
  • ClassiCon - Diana A Side Table
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    ClassiCon - Diana A Side Table
    Side table? Bistro table? Notebook stand? Hand library? Konstantin Grcis’s series of steel side tables is open for many interpretations and usages – especially for phantasy. As well as creating words out of letters, the Diana tables are always grouped to a new visual connection with other pieces of furniture and objects. A living room is transformable into a coffee shop with the Diana-Alphabet from A to F (that much editions of the table exist) or also into a word of a completely new, personal language. The furniture out of the Diana collection by ClassiCon by Konstantin Grcic is characterized by a reduced, independent and especially multifunctional design. Diana A is the flattest piece of furniture out of the series and it makes up a very individual, unmistakable furnishing together with the other parts of the Diana series. Of course Diana A is also usable as single piece that moreover sets colourful accents. Diana A by ClassiCon is made out of powder coated steel sheet; the base is coated with polyethylene. Further editions are also available.
  • Pulpo - Big Trio Side Table
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    Pulpo - Big Trio Side Table
    After the enormous success of the Trio side table, Pulpo presents a larger couch table edition with ist Big Trio. Big Trio consists of three different levels. The levels are organized offset to one another and therefore offer a whole lot of storage capacity. The Pulpo Big Trio occupies less space that the space it offers to store things by means of the vertical organization of the levels – this means that the room usage is optimal. The Julian Appelius designed Big Trio consists of powder coated steel-sheet (3.0 mm) and it is available in three colours (black, white and grey). The feet possess floor-saving pads.
  • Vitra - Coffee Table
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    Vitra - Coffee Table
    Noguchi himself described Coffee Table as his best furniture design, no doubt because it is extremely reminiscent of his bronze and marble sculptures of the time, translating the latter's biomorphic formal language unadulterated into a piece of sculptural furniture: glass tabletop resting on two identical wooden elements placed at right angles. Collection Vitra Design Museum, © The Isamu Noguchi Foundation. Also available in maple. More details: Design: Isamu Noguchi, 1944. Material: Varnished solid wood base, 19 mm glass top with rounded edges. Measurements: 400 × 1280 × 930 mm. Versions: black ash, walnut, maple.
  • The Hansen Family - Remix Collection Coffee Table
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    The Hansen Family - Remix Collection Coffee Table
    The couch and coffee table was designed by Gesa Hansen as part of the Remix Collection for her own design label, The Hansen Family. The flat table possesses a strong handicraft character and stands in Scandinavian handicrafts tradition. The design coffee table is oriented by classic Scandinavian minimalism. The well shaped table top lies on a frame out of three filigree feet that ensure stabile stand and contrast the wide table top. The design-label The Hansen Family stands in the tradition of Scandinavian handicraft with its products. Every single couch and coffee table is manufactured by hand in the Hans Hansen workshop and exceptionally out of ecological correct cultivation wood. The Hansen Family offers the couch and coffee table out of the Remix Collection in M and L as well as in two sets. The specialty of the sets: both included tables are made out of the same piece of wood. This means that both tables will have the same wood grain. The couch table out of the Remix colletion by The Hansen Family is available in three sizes as well as in a set of 2 pcs. with different sizes each one. More details: Dimensions S: 40 x 40 x 89 cm. Dimensions M: 40 x 68 x 115 cm. Dimensions L: 88 x 72 x 146 cm. Material: massive oak wood. Designer: Gesa Hansen.
  • Skagerak - Georg Console Table
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    Skagerak - Georg Console Table
    Christina Liljenberg Halstrøm designed the Georg console table for Skagerak. The daughter of a Danish and a Swedish clearly represents her Scandinavian influences: Noble minimalism and the natural materials wood, wool and leather decide the design of the Skagerak Georg collection. The Skagerak Georg console table is reduced to the essence: Two feet and a table top come together, becoming a piece of furniture to be leaned against the wall – without any screws and fittings. This means that not only the design of the Georg console table is extremely clear. The mobility and flexibility are maximized by the minimalistic design, since the Georg table can change its place in an instant. Skagerak produces the Georg collection out of FSC-certified oak wood, which comes from verified sustainable foresting.
  • Offi - Mag Table
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    Offi - Mag Table
    Multifunctional furniture of a special kind! …because initially Mag Table is a small table made out of carefully formed and bounded plywood with a side bag for magazines and journals. And a grip. If you use it, Mag Table transforms itself into e.g. a desk for your Notebook. The multifunctional furniture by the designer Eric Pfeiffer is available in the variants birch, oak and walnut as well as in a laminated black, red and white variant.
  • Hay DLM Side Table
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    Hay DLM Side Table
    „DLM“ – „Don’t leave me“, did designer Thomas Bentzen from the Design-Studio Louise Campbell in Copenhagen name his side table. And because of its beauty, no one would think of leaving the side table alone. From the scetch speaks the clear, straight-lined design knowledge of the Danish designer. On DLM is no part too much – and none too less: The three feet of the steel base give it a strong hold. The also made of steel plates make a lot of room, to only place the most necessary on it. The, like a walking stick bended handle shows the idea of the table once again: take me with you! If to the sofa, or on the balcony – DLM is a perfect alternative to the mostly heavy and unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of shape and function the DLM joins the group of Scandinavian design-classics, without copying the masters of the 50s and 60s. This balance of the tradition and modernism is a goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay from Horsens, in whose collection DLM fits perfectly.
  • Hay - Tray Table
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    Hay - Tray Table
    To replace a big table by combining some small ones - that's the idea behind the Tray Table by Hay Design. The small Tray Table side tables offer compared to bulky and larger tables a higher level of flexibility and can be used for several purposes. The Tray Table can be placed as a side table in the living room, a night stand in the bedroom or any place else. The design and die practical advantages of the Tray Table fits in any environment. The Tray Table is made of a steel frame with a removable tray. The tray serves as a tabletop and can, if required, be filled with other smaller trays. Not only gives this structure and makes room on a table, but in addition it provides an interesting touch. Different size Tray Tables can be pushed into one another creating a complex storage system. The Tray Table in its four different sizes is available in grey and black. In addition, the middle size table can be ordered in aubergine.
  • Offi - Mag Table
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    Offi - Mag Table
    Multifunctional furniture of a special kind! …because initially Mag Table is a small table made out of carefully formed and bounded plywood with a side bag for magazines and journals. And a grip. If you use it, Mag Table transforms itself into e.g. a desk for your Notebook. The multifunctional furniture by the designer Eric Pfeiffer is available in the variants birch, oak and walnut as well as in a laminated black, red and white variant.
  • Bonaldo - Pebble Sofa Table
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    Bonaldo - Pebble Sofa Table
    The sofa table Pebble is produced by Bonaldo after a creation of designer Matthias Demacker. The futuristic acting design of the table emerged in dependence of the round, ground stones that are on numerous sea beaches. Pebble is especially characterized by soft forms and consciously renounces hard edges and borders. The table owes its design the round and pleasant to touch stones, which Matthias Demacker found at numerous beaches and that inspired him to his design. The in the door-structure integrated openings emphasize the round form from Pebble, but also have a practical function: books, newspapers and utility objects can be stored in it, like remote controls. Its flat measures make Pebble an ideal couch and sofa table that can easily be integrated in the homely sofa landscape. But Pebble is not only indoor adapted, but also suitable for outdoor areas. This is possible through the usage of the polyethylene plastic that Bonaldo uses to manufacture the sofa table. The polyethylene is made in the so called rotomoulding procedure and is therefore extremely robust. Beside the one-colour variant, Bonaldo also offers the couch and sofa table Pebble in a two-colours version.
  • Knoll International Knoll - Laccio 1 Coffee Table
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    Knoll International Knoll - Laccio 1 Coffee Table
    The design of the Laccio coffee table has already been coined by Marcel Breuer in 1925. The table with the characteristic U-form frame is also known as Bauhaus table and presents a modern and simultaneously timeless design. Initially the Laccio couch table was used as stool, until it finally found utility as a table. The table frame consists of steel rod – a material with which Breuer experimented for years before he used it for the Laccio couch table among others. The designer Breuer has been fascinated about forming never ending shapes out of steel rod and then designed a series of different steel rod furniture pieces. Breuer wanted to create “apartments of today’s life” with his designs and especially focused on making his products demountable and hygienic. The Laccio coffee table fulfils these demands and is moreover a high quality design classic since many years. The table board of the Laccio coffee table is made out of plastic laminate and available in white, red or black. The round-rod-steel made frame is formed seamless and high glossy chromed. The square Laccio model is moreover combinable with a larger, rectangular edition of the Laccio coffee table. More details: Characteristics: As Bauhaus trainee, Marcel Breuer designed the low table as companion of the Wassily Chair in 1925, the first steel-rod.design based on steel-rod-frames of bicycles. The KnollStudio-logo and the signature of Marcel Breuer are printed in the table frame. Construction: Table top out of plastic laminate in black, white or red, seamless formed round-rod-steel, high gloss chromed. Surface: Frame with polished chrome-plating. Table top on three colours: white, black or red.
  • Vitra - Prismatic Table
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    Vitra - Prismatic Table
    Noguchi's "Prismatic Table" is based on purely geometric forms. This novel three-legged side table with its hexagonal tabletop is made of folded sheet aluminium and was inspirerd by traditional Japanese paper folding techniques. Isamu Noguchi there designed a side table which could as well be presented as artwork in the middle of a room. Out of coated aluminium and without further ornamentation or colours, the table is exceptional but not obtrusive, functional and still simple: all in one a contemporaneous piece of minimalistic design.
  • Knoll International Knoll - Laccio 2 Coffee Table
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    Knoll International Knoll - Laccio 2 Coffee Table
    The design of the Laccio coffee table has already been coined by Marcel Breuer in 1925. The table with the characteristic U-shape frame is also known as Bauhaus table and presents a modern and simultaneously timeless design. Initially the Laccio couch table was used as stool, until it finally found utility as a table. The table frame consists of steel tube – a material with which Breuer experimented for years before he used it for the Laccio couch table among others. The designer Breuer has been fascinated about forming never ending shapes out of steel rod and then designed a series of different steel tube furniture pieces. Breuer wanted to create “apartments of today’s life” with his designs and especially focused on making his products demountable and hygienic. The Laccio coffee table fulfils these demands and is moreover a high quality design classic since many years. The table board of the Laccio coffee table is made out of plastic laminate and available in white, red or black. The round-tube-steel made frame is shaped seamless and high glossy chromed. The rectangular Laccio model is moreover combinable with a smaller, square edition of the Laccio coffee table. More details: Characteristics: As Bauhaus trainee, Marcel Breuer designed the low table as companion of the Wassily Chair in 1925, the first steel-tube-design based on steel-tube-frames of bicycles. The KnollStudio-logo and the signature of Marcel Breuer are printed in the table’s frame. Construction: Tabletop out of plastic laminate in black, white or red, seamless formed round –steel-tube, high gloss chromed. Surface: Frame with polished chrome-plating. Table top on three colours: white, black or red.
  • Hay - DLM XL side table
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    Hay - DLM XL side table
    The popular DLM side table from the designer Thomas Bentzen has grown up: the Danish company Hay now also provides the small side table DLM in a XL variant. The DLM XL side table has a 10 cm larger diameter than its smaller brother, and it is 7 cm higher. Despite its size, the table remains the same. “DLM” – “Don’t leave me”, is how the designer Thomas Bentzen from the design studio Louise Campbell from Copenhagen called his side table. Considering this simple beauty, no one would have the idea of leaving this table behind. The clear, straight lined design-appreciation of the Danish designer is explained by the design. Also at the DLM XL there is nothing unnecessary – and nothing missed: the three legs of the steel frame offer secure hold. The also steel made panel offers enough space to reduce it to the essential. And the cane swung grip clearly expresses the idea of the table once again: take me with you! Whether to the sofa, on the balcony or the terrace – DLM is the perfect alternative to normally unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of form and function the DLM and the DLM XL tables line themselves in the group of the Scandinavian design classic without simply copying the masters of the fifties and sixties. This balance of tradition and modern is a constituted goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay of Horsens, in whose collection the DLM XL suits perfectly.
  • Frost - Wishbone Side Table
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    Frost - Wishbone Side Table
    The purist design of the Wishbone series is embossed by straight, structured lines and a clear appearance. These characteristics are also displayed in the design of the Wishbone table by the Danish company. The table was designed as multipurpose-object by Busk+Herzog and it can be used as side table in living rooms or bedrooms as well as free-standing in entrance-halls. In lobbies, it ensures a classic Scandinavian design experience in combination with the Wishbone clothes rack. With the aim of unifying exclusive design with practicability, the design duo Busk+Herzog designed an everyday piece of furniture that fulfills high design demands, with the Wishbone Table. As inspiration, Busk+Herzog had a tree – that divided in two directions. This fork-like division is considered a specialty in nature. The table top is made out of aluminium; foot and tube are powder-coated. Frost offers the table in two sizes: 45 or 65 cm. The diameter makes up 45 cm for the table top and 35 cm for the foot.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Ding Couch Table
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    Normann Copenhagen - Ding Couch Table
    Inspired by antique three-dimensions wooden puzzles, the design team ding3000 designed a couch table for Normann Copenhagen, which is kept together without screws or tools – gravity is enough. The Ding couch table simply consists of three legs, made of oak wood. If they are plugged, they make up a sculptural knot, which serves as base for the round table tip. The rounded, inclined legs give stable hold to the Ding couch table by Normann Copenhagen, safely holding the glass top. ding3000 explained about their couch table: ”The three legs seem to get through themselves by impossible paths, and it was our intention to make that magical detail the center of attention. That’s the reason why we chose a transparent table top, in order to direct the focus of our table to the interplay of the legs.”
  • Hay DLM Side Table
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    Hay DLM Side Table
    „DLM“ – „Don’t leave me“, did designer Thomas Bentzen from the Design-Studio Louise Campbell in Copenhagen name his side table. And because of its beauty, no one would think of leaving the side table alone. From the scetch speaks the clear, straight-lined design knowledge of the Danish designer. On DLM is no part too much – and none too less: The three feet of the steel base give it a strong hold. The also made of steel plates make a lot of room, to only place the most necessary on it. The, like a walking stick bended handle shows the idea of the table once again: take me with you! If to the sofa, or on the balcony – DLM is a perfect alternative to the mostly heavy and unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of shape and function the DLM joins the group of Scandinavian design-classics, without copying the masters of the 50s and 60s. This balance of the tradition and modernism is a goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay from Horsens, in whose collection DLM fits perfectly.
  • Müller Möbelfabrikation - V44 Side table
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    Müller Möbelfabrikation - V44 Side table
    Graphical, clear and surprising: The V44 side table by Müller Möbel has an individual character. The gaps of the container don’t only look good, they are also practical. The clear and harmonically proportions are some interesting accents for the Müller Möbel V44 side table. Plastic pads on the bottom enable a saved ground and magazines as well as journals can be stored in the recess, without the danger of falling out. An edition of the V44 on castors is also available. Müller Möbel paints the V44 in all the possible RAL-colours as well as in different tones inside and outside.
  • Illusion & Grand Illusion Table
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    Illusion & Grand Illusion Table
    Actually it is not there… And just because of this, it is a real eye-catcher. The designer John Brauer from the Danish design company essay – whose name means as much as “essential” – has created a side table with a high surprise effect that obliges the viewer to look twice. The acrylic glass, transparent objects give the impression of a floating tablecloth. Ant the table that should be covered by it, seems disappeared completely on a marvellous way. Every Illusion-table is a hand-made individual piece.
  • Moroso - Side Table T- Yo-Yo
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    Moroso - Side Table T- Yo-Yo
    Of the exhibition event Off Scale reaches us this sypatic, plain but high-exclusive side table for sofas. Responsable for that shows Jacob Wagner himself who designed the Yo-Yo in 2004. The plain-beautiful side table is available in different versions: If in natural beech wood optic or made of polycarbonate plastic- with T- Yo-Yo there is an inconspicuous, but faithful and authentic companion at the armchair, sofa or bed. Other versions of the Yo-Yo Side Table (white, black, red, gold) are also available!
  • ClassiCon - Occasional Table
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    ClassiCon - Occasional Table
    The Latin for furniture, ‘res mobiles’, is based on the word mobile. Eileen Gray took this very literally. She loved light, functional furniture that one could move around without problem. One can lift this table ‘for all occasions’ as if it had a handle and carry it exactly to where one needs it. Like the Adjustable Table E 1027, it is constructed such as to slide the base under the bedside or armchair. Thus breakfast or bedtime reading is within comfortable reach.
  • Hay - Tray Table
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    Hay - Tray Table
    To replace a big table by combining some small ones - that's the idea behind the Tray Table by Hay Design. The small Tray Table side tables offer compared to bulky and larger tables a higher level of flexibility and can be used for several purposes. The Tray Table can be placed as a side table in the living room, a night stand in the bedroom or any place else. The design and die practical advantages of the Tray Table fits in any environment. The Tray Table is made of a steel frame with a removable tray. The tray serves as a tabletop and can, if required, be filled with other smaller trays. Not only gives this structure and makes room on a table, but in addition it provides an interesting touch. Different size Tray Tables can be pushed into one another creating a complex storage system. The Tray Table in its four different sizes is available in grey and black. In addition, the middle size table can be ordered in aubergine.
  • Zanotta - Tod Side Table
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    Zanotta - Tod Side Table
    Please don't get scared by the name – The naming of the side table Tod by Zanotta hearkens back to the name of its designer Todd Bracher. And the noticeable table atomises instead of negative mood pure vitality. The cause is in modern design which takes borrowings at the classic tables, but creates a fresh overall impression. Matching to that, it is made of polyethylene, which can be also used for the outside. The US-American Todd Bracher works since his studies in New York prevailing in Europe. The Italian design does he understand as good as the native experts, so that his side table of 2005 fits very good in the exclusive collection of the traditional firm Zanotta. The Tod Side Table is also available in further colours!
  • Offi - Mag Table
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    Offi - Mag Table
    Multifunctional furniture of a special kind! …because initially Mag Table is a small table made out of carefully formed and bounded plywood with a side bag for magazines and journals. And a grip. If you use it, Mag Table transforms itself into e.g. a desk for your Notebook. The multifunctional furniture by the designer Eric Pfeiffer is available in the variants birch, oak and walnut as well as in a laminated black, red and white variant.
  • Vitra - Eames Occasional Table LTR
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    Vitra - Eames Occasional Table LTR
    The side table Occasional Table LTR (Low Table Rod Base) was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950 as small, variable side table and used by themselves in the Eames House. Today there are still a lot of small side tables, which - single or in a group - are decorated with things of the Eames collection in the Eames House. The Occasional Table LTR by Vitra is also available in a gold-plated edition.
  • Muuto - Around Coffee Table
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    Muuto - Around Coffee Table
    The Muuto Around coffee table by Thomas Bentzen convinces with its modern and unique identity, but is still – not at last because of its material and sophisticated production – a traditional Scandinavian design product. The shape and frame make Around functional and elegant, and simultaneously give the table a warm and welcoming appearance. The remarkable gaps in its frame are useful for its transport as well as to recognize Around as unique design product. The tables work well on their own or in groups of two, three or more. The edges consist of ash-plywood, the board of plywood and the feet of massive ash wood. The high quality lacquered surface is robust enough to fulfill daily demands. The Around table by Muuto is available in two different sizes (coffee- and couch-table) and in six different colours.
  • Hay - Bella Side Table
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    Hay - Bella Side Table
    Initially designed for the „Bella Sky Hotel“ in Copenhagen, the Bella tables by Hay are available for everyone now. This is recognizable classic Scandinavian design. This is how the Bella side table was designed very clear and it is moreover very useful. Whether alone or in a group, whether low, high or combined: a special apparent effect is ensured. Bella consists of massive oak wood, the table top has a diameter of 45 cm. The side table is available with 39 or 45 cm of height. Further colours and sizes of the Bella side table are available.
  • Vitra - Plywood Group CTM Table
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    Vitra - Plywood Group CTM Table
    The CTM Table is a part of the Plywood Group, which the designer couple Charles and Ray Eames designed for Vitra in the 40s of the 20th century. CTM stands for "Coffee Table Metal" and is easily combined with the other Plywood-Group products. Because of its simple design, it fits in every ensemble. After various experiments to create a round coffee table, in 1946 Charles and Ray Eames came up with their "round coffee table with metal legs", a simple occasional table with a round plywood tabletop slightly raised at the edges and four slim tubular steel legs. The table goes well with the other designs in the Charles and Ray Eames Plywood Group. The meeting with the legendary designer couple Charles and Ray Eames was for Vitra a fundamental meaning: With the production of their designs in 1957 started the history of the manufacturer as a furniture producer. Charles and Ray Eames impressed Vitra a lot.
  • Hay - Ray Coffee Table
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    Hay - Ray Coffee Table
    The flat Ray Coffee Table was designed by Jakob Wagner for the Danish company Hay. The table connects classic forms with modern materials and colours. The round table-board is fulfilled by a four-legged under-frame. If desired, the colours from the board and the under-frame can be synchronized or consciously be chosen with contrasting colours. The Danish company Hay had as aim to revitalize the classic Scandinavian design of the 1950s and 60s. The Ray Coffee Table was designed by the Danish designer Jakob Wagner and stands for simple Scandinavian traditional furniture. Jakob Wagner already attracted attention with numerous designs for Hay, Moroso and Menu Design. Jakobs works are exposed in Scandinavia and in the whole world, like in the Museum of Modern Art in New York amongst others. Hay provides the Ray Coffee Table in different editions.
  • Muuto - Around Couch Table
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    Muuto - Around Couch Table
    The Muuto Around couch table by Thomas Bentzen convinces with its modern and unique identity, but is still – not at last because of its material and sophisticated production – a traditional Scandinavian design product. The round shape and its high frame make Around functional and elegant, and simultaneously give the table a warm and welcoming appearance besides being the reason for its name. The remarkable gaps in its frame are useful for its transport as well as to recognize Around as unique design product. The tables work well on their own or in groups of two, three or more. The edges consist of ash-plywood, the board of plywood and the feet of massive ash wood. The high quality lacquered surface is robust enough to fulfill daily demands. The Around table by Muuto is available in two different sizes (coffee- and couch-table) and in six different colours.
  • Vitra - Elliptical Table ETR
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    Vitra - Elliptical Table ETR
    This low coffee table with its elegant elliptical shape resembles a surfboard and was quickly given the nickname "surfboard table".With its double chromed base, the table formally references a theme repeatedly varied on by the Eames, namely that of shaped steel rods welded together to make a fixed, static structure. ETR = Elliptical Table Rod Base. More details: Design: Charles und Ray Eames,1951. Material: laminated table top, chromed base made of round bar steel. Measurements: 255 x 2267 x 746mm.
  • Knoll International Knoll - Saarinen Tulip Side Table
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    Knoll International Knoll - Saarinen Tulip Side Table
    Besides the Tulip Chair, for the first time in 1956 also tables out of the Tulip collection emerged. They are also embossed by the unmistakable Saarinen design and include the idea of the one-foot piece of furniture. The Knoll produced Tulip side table is not only a design highlight in company of the Tulip Chair. In living- or sleeping-rooms, it becomes deposit space and an eye catcher at the same time. Its clear and decent design is perfectly integrated in every furnishing. The frame of the Tulip side table is aluminium cast. Black and white frames are additionally available protected by a Rilsan surface coating; platinum coloured frames are coated with polyurethane. The table top can be chosen out of laminate, marble or veneer. Moreover there are different frame-heights and diameters of the table top available. We wouls also be glad to suggest you while choosing the suitable, tailor-made Tulip side table. More details: Characteristics: Eero Saarinen’s pillar-collection includes eating-, coffee- and side-tables. The Knoll logo is printed on the lower side of the foot. A sign with the KnollStudio logo and the signature of Eero Saarinen is furthermore placed on the lower part of the table top or at the upper part of the table top. Construction: Table tops available in satined laminate with worked edge and in Santos rosewood or teak wood. Coated marble table boards with transparent polyester lacquer for an easy removing of usage-caused spots. Pillar foot out of cast aluminium. Black and white pillar feet are protected with Rilsan. The platin coloured pillar feet have a polyurethane coating with transparent finish. Surface: The tables are available in white laminate, coated marble in different colours and the above noted veneers. Frame black, white or platinum coloured.
  • Hay DLM Side Table
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    Hay DLM Side Table
    „DLM“ – „Don’t leave me“, did designer Thomas Bentzen from the Design-Studio Louise Campbell in Copenhagen name his side table. And because of its beauty, no one would think of leaving the side table alone. From the scetch speaks the clear, straight-lined design knowledge of the Danish designer. On DLM is no part too much – and none too less: The three feet of the steel base give it a strong hold. The also made of steel plates make a lot of room, to only place the most necessary on it. The, like a walking stick bended handle shows the idea of the table once again: take me with you! If to the sofa, or on the balcony – DLM is a perfect alternative to the mostly heavy and unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of shape and function the DLM joins the group of Scandinavian design-classics, without copying the masters of the 50s and 60s. This balance of the tradition and modernism is a goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay from Horsens, in whose collection DLM fits perfectly.
  • Hay - Tray Table
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    Hay - Tray Table
    To replace a big table by combining some small ones - that's the idea behind the Tray Table by Hay Design. The small Tray Table side tables offer compared to bulky and larger tables a higher level of flexibility and can be used for several purposes. The Tray Table can be placed as a side table in the living room, a night stand in the bedroom or any place else. The design and die practical advantages of the Tray Table fits in any environment. The Tray Table is made of a steel frame with a removable tray. The tray serves as a tabletop and can, if required, be filled with other smaller trays. Not only gives this structure and makes room on a table, but in addition it provides an interesting touch. Different size Tray Tables can be pushed into one another creating a complex storage system. The Tray Table in its four different sizes is available in grey and black. In addition, the middle size table can be ordered in aubergine.
  • Hay - Tray Table
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    Hay - Tray Table
    To replace a big table by combining some small ones - that's the idea behind the Tray Table by Hay Design. The small Tray Table side tables offer compared to bulky and larger tables a higher level of flexibility and can be used for several purposes. The Tray Table can be placed as a side table in the living room, a night stand in the bedroom or any place else. The design and die practical advantages of the Tray Table fits in any environment. The Tray Table is made of a steel frame with a removable tray. The tray serves as a tabletop and can, if required, be filled with other smaller trays. Not only gives this structure and makes room on a table, but in addition it provides an interesting touch. Different size Tray Tables can be pushed into one another creating a complex storage system. The Tray Table in its four different sizes is available in grey and black. In addition, the middle size table can be ordered in aubergine.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Tablo Ø 78 cm
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    Normann Copenhagen - Tablo Ø 78 cm
    The designer Nicholai Wiig Hansen again created a design that includes melted function and aesthetics in one, for Normann Copenhagen. The essence of the table Tablo lies in the interplay of two materials with different expression, whose combination offers a style-pure and attractive design. The refined and precisely formed table-edge breaks the round form – the result is a minimalist table without unnecessary details. The name Tablo refers to the word “table” on one side, and “tableau” out of the French language on the other side – a scenic theatre arrangement. By its straight form, Tablo harmonically suits in most of the interiors. Tablo is available in two different sizes and easily mountable without any screws. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explains: ”I focus on melting function, material and aesthetics to a higher unity. A design has to be useful and to fulfil basic demands without compromising by its visual effects. According, the easy assembly is part of the Tablo functionality.”
  • Hay - DLM XL side table
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    Hay - DLM XL side table
    The popular DLM side table from the designer Thomas Bentzen has grown up: the Danish company Hay now also provides the small side table DLM in a XL variant. The DLM XL side table has a 10 cm larger diameter than its smaller brother, and it is 7 cm higher. Despite its size, the table remains the same. “DLM” – “Don’t leave me”, is how the designer Thomas Bentzen from the design studio Louise Campbell from Copenhagen called his side table. Considering this simple beauty, no one would have the idea of leaving this table behind. The clear, straight lined design-appreciation of the Danish designer is explained by the design. Also at the DLM XL there is nothing unnecessary – and nothing missed: the three legs of the steel frame offer secure hold. The also steel made panel offers enough space to reduce it to the essential. And the cane swung grip clearly expresses the idea of the table once again: take me with you! Whether to the sofa, on the balcony or the terrace – DLM is the perfect alternative to normally unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of form and function the DLM and the DLM XL tables line themselves in the group of the Scandinavian design classic without simply copying the masters of the fifties and sixties. This balance of tradition and modern is a constituted goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay of Horsens, in whose collection the DLM XL suits perfectly.
  • Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
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    Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
    With their balanced proportions and the attractive contrast between thin table-boards and socket-like voluminous frames, the Metal Side Tables by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec of the year 2004 look nice at many places and for many purposes. Their new colours are perfectly combinable with the inside and outside usable Waver Lounger , whose frame is available in the same colours. The Metal Side Tables count to the category of furniture that aren’t the focus of a furnished surrounding, but that are indispensable to fulfill just that one. As small, unobtrusive helpers, they fulfill a whole lot of valuable duties. They change their place easily and are usable for many different purposes. The Metal Side Tables, made out of unformed and welded steel sheets are high gloss polished and equipped with felt pads for the protection of your floor.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Tablo rectangular
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    Normann Copenhagen - Tablo rectangular
    The Table table by Normann Copenhagen bribes with its straight-lined design, where two materials with different expressions are combined. It was a central aim of the designer Nicolai Wiig Hansen to unify function and aesthetics in his Tablo table. After the successful round edition, Normann Copenhagen presents a rectangular edition now. All the Tablo tables renounce unnecessary details, which are moreover wonderfully combinable. The name “Tablo” refers to “table” on one side, and to the French “tableau”, which is a scenic stage arrangement. Tablo harmonically fits in most of the existing interiors with its straight-lined shape. Tablo is available in different sizes and shapes and fast and easy to mount without any screws. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explained: ”I focus on function, material and aesthetic to come together to a higher unity. A design must have usage marks and fulfil basic demands without compromising regarding the apparent effect. Accordingly the simple assembly is part of the functionality of Tablo.”
  • ClassiCon - Adjustable Table E 1027
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    ClassiCon - Adjustable Table E 1027
    Among the classics this is perhaps the classic. Its ingeniously proportioned, distinctive form has made this height-adjustable table into one of the most popular design icons of the 20th century. It is named after the summer house E 1027, “Maison en bord de mer”, that Eileen Gray built for herself and for her collaborator, Jean Badovici. Likewise, the secret code-name comes from her: E is for Eileen, 10 for Jean (J is the 10th letter of the alphabet), 2 for B(adovici) and 7 for G(ray). The height adjustable frame of the side table consists of chromed steel tube. The classic edition possesses a clear crystal glass sheet. The Adjustable Table is also available with a grey Parsol- glass plate or a black coloured metal plate.
  • Vitra - Plate Table
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    Vitra - Plate Table
    Quite in keeping with Jasper Morrison’s philosophy of “super normal” design, the Plate Coffee Tables have a classic shape and finely balanced proportions. The design thrills with its accomplished interplay of soft roundings and precisely positioned edges. The refined base frame and the thin table top complement perfectly and yet are clearly distinct from each other. The Plate Table by Vitra out of the year 2004 is available in different editions.
  • Kartell - T-Table
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    Kartell - T-Table
    The T-Table is the result of the meeting from Patricia Urquiola’s creativity and the technical know-how from Kartell. The small side table is branded by its three-leg frame and a table top that comes along elegantly and expressively with its omitted and filled areas. The pattern of the table top creates associations with classic stitching or the washed structures of a coral. Elegantly and full of poetical expression, the T-Table is a noticeable side table whose design wouldn’t have been realizable without the long-time experience from the Italian company Kartell. Kartell and Patricia Urquiola’s wish of creating innovative surfaces and new visual and tactile effects was behind the appearance of the T-Table. The challenge thereby was to offer the necessary stability to the holey design of the table. As a result of wide research in the technical area, Kartell finally manufactured the T-Table out of PMMA. PMMA (Polymethyl methacrylate) is a high quality material regarding its aesthetic and function. It is transparent, resistant and weatherproof; it offers the necessary stability to the holey design of the T-Table. Kartell offers its T-Table in three different heights and in numerous transparent and one opaque colour.
  • Moroso - Side Table T- Yo-Yo
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    Moroso - Side Table T- Yo-Yo
    Of the exhibition event Off Scale reaches us this sypatic, plain but high-exclusive side table for sofas. Responsable for that shows Jacob Wagner himself who designed the Yo-Yo in 2004. The plain-beautiful side table is available in different versions: If in natural beech wood optic or made of polycarbonate plastic- with T- Yo-Yo there is an inconspicuous, but faithful and authentic companion at the armchair, sofa or bed. Other versions of the Yo-Yo Side Table (white, black, red, gold) are also available!
  • Menu Design Menu - Pin Table
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    Menu Design Menu - Pin Table
    The urban life is fast and cramped – with the Menu Pin Table, Andreas Engesvik created a table that ensures new space. Thereby it is flexibly usable, whether in a city, on the park or in nature. The Pin Table by Menu suits the modern city life with its flexible elegance, where relaxation and spontaneity play a central role. Its design is thereby leaned on classic pin-needles and that is also how it is used: The table stands on one point, which is simply pinned into the ground – and as soon as that, you will have created a place to rest. Behind the design of the Pin Table hides the designer Andreas Engesvik. The Pin Table of the recognized Norway consists of a high-quality wood, lacquered in glossy colours. The Menu Pin –Table ensures new space: in every park, at every beach and also in the middle of the city it will find a place.
  • Magis Design Magis - Pizza Table
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    Magis Design Magis - Pizza Table
    The Italian pastry inspired the name of the Magis Pizza Table: The borders are thicker than the middle, as well as the culinary model. The clear and simultaneously organic appealing design is typical for the designer of the Magis Pizza Table, Naoto Fukasawa. The Japan created a table, whose voluminous top interacts excitingly with the thin feet. The Pizza Table by Magis serves as couch or side table since it is available in two heights. Magis produces the Pizza Table with a table top out of ABS and a frame out of lacquered steel wire. The higher borders possess the additional advantage that the things on the table won’t fall down easily.
  • Radius Design - x-centric Table
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    Radius Design - x-centric Table
    This side table from the designer Murken Hansen deserves its name proves it. With the sideways folded expansions, its dimensions increase to nearly twice its size if desired. In black, white or grey it inserts itself restrainedly in all surroundings, in the green or orange edition it will surely be the undisputed focal point of the room it is in. The x-centric table by Radius Design consists of powder coated steel. The stainless steel tube which serves as axis for the foldable board is covered with an acrylic glass layer.
  • La Palma - Ueno Side Table
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    La Palma - Ueno Side Table
    Since 2005 the Italian design manufacturer La Palma produces the side table and stool Ueno. The minimalist design was coined by the Japanese designer Takashi Shinozaki and it is perfectly suitable to the La Palma products range with its cool simplicity. Ueno is stackable and a variable object that can equally be positioned in a vertical and horizontal position. The side tables’ and stools’ frame is made out of sandblasted stainless steel; the table and the seating panel consist out of multiplex in bleached oak wood and available in a black or white lacquered colour.
  • Vitra - Tray Table
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    Vitra - Tray Table
    Tray Table boasts a simple elegance as well as refined structural elements. Thanks to its simple mechanism, which enables users to vary its height easily, and the asymmetry of its design, the table can be placed directly next to an armchair, a sofa or even a bed. This makes Tray Table a faithful companion in a large number of living situations. More details: Design: George Nelson, 1949. Material: Plywood tabletop, chromed tubular steel base. Measurements: 495-695 x387 x 387 mm. Availablility: maple, black ash.
  • Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
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    Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
    With their balanced proportions and the attractive contrast between thin table-boards and socket-like voluminous frames, the Metal Side Tables by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec of the year 2004 look nice at many places and for many purposes. Their new colours are perfectly combinable with the inside and outside usable Waver Lounger , whose frame is available in the same colours. The Metal Side Tables count to the category of furniture that aren’t the focus of a furnished surrounding, but that are indispensable to fulfill just that one. As small, unobtrusive helpers, they fulfill a whole lot of valuable duties. They change their place easily and are usable for many different purposes. The Metal Side Tables, made out of unformed and welded steel sheets are high gloss polished and equipped with felt pads for the protection of your floor.
  • Hay - Ella Sofa Table
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    Hay - Ella Sofa Table
    The sofa table Ella is made of two elements: one tabletop and a long, connected tube. The tube is made of stainless steel and forms the table base, and with that an endless, continued connection between tabletop and ground. Because of the connection between the wooden tabletop and the steeling base, the table seem weightless and the top as if it would fly or float. The simplicity is also emphazised because of the base which gets thinner to the ground. That the contemporaneous Scandinavian designers revive the tradition of the 50s and 60s is Rolf Hay's opinon. He is responsable for the design of Ella with its studio Hay. The perfect balance of Scandinavian tradition and modernism stands for the whole collection of the Danish manufacturer from Horsens. The sofa table Ella is also available in the versions stainless steel/black. And Ella can be delivered with a black or white base.
  • Zanotta - Tod Side Table
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    Zanotta - Tod Side Table
    Please don't get scared by the name – The naming of the side table Tod by Zanotta hearkens back to the name of its designer Todd Bracher. And the noticeable table atomises instead of negative mood pure vitality. The cause is in modern design which takes borrowings at the classic tables, but creates a fresh overall impression. Matching to that, it is made of polyethylene, which can be also used for the outside. The US-American Todd Bracher works since his studies in New York prevailing in Europe. The Italian design does he understand as good as the native experts, so that his side table of 2005 fits very good in the exclusive collection of the traditional firm Zanotta. The Tod Side Table is also available in further colours!
  • Menu Design Menu - Pin Table
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    Menu Design Menu - Pin Table
    The urban life is fast and cramped – with the Menu Pin Table, Andreas Engesvik created a table that ensures new space. Thereby it is flexibly usable, whether in a city, on the park or in nature. The Pin Table by Menu suits the modern city life with its flexible elegance, where relaxation and spontaneity play a central role. Its design is thereby leaned on classic pin-needles and that is also how it is used: The table stands on one point, which is simply pinned into the ground – and as soon as that, you will have created a place to rest. Behind the design of the Pin Table hides the designer Andreas Engesvik. The Pin Table of the recognized Norway consists of a high-quality wood, lacquered in glossy colours. The Menu Pin –Table ensures new space: in every park, at every beach and also in the middle of the city it will find a place.
  • Kartell - Invisible Table
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    Kartell - Invisible Table
    This clearness searches equals: Material and form make the Invisible Table by Kartell a design highlight. The simple, minimalist aesthetic was created by the Japanese Tokujin Yoshioka. The Invisible Table is part of the very reduced design line, which was only possible by the modern manufacturing procedure: reduced, so that the clear series by Kartell wasn’t named “Invisible” for nothing. The Invisible Table is an aesthetic side table, which is also usable as couch table because of its height. The Invisible Table especially unfolds its aura combined with other “invisible” furniture pieces by Kartell. The withdrawing design also makes the Invisible Table the ideal piece for the interiors. The table by the Italian manufacturer Kartell is made out of “one cast” in highly modern industrial processing. This is how stability and weightlessness is enabled, which wouldn’t have been possible this way before. There is also a higher edition of the Invisible Table available, suitable as dining table.
  • Vitra - Plate Table
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    Vitra - Plate Table
    Quite in keeping with Jasper Morrison’s philosophy of “super normal” design, the Plate Coffee Tables have a classic shape and finely balanced proportions. The design thrills with its accomplished interplay of soft roundings and precisely positioned edges. The refined base frame and the thin table top complement perfectly and yet are clearly distinct from each other. The Plate Table by Vitra out of the year 2004 is available in different editions.
  • Fritz Hansen - Space Coffee Table
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    Fritz Hansen - Space Coffee Table
    In 2007 the german designer duo Jehs+Laub designed the coffee table Space. Because of its simple design could it be from a science-fiction movie. The lounge table Space belongs to the collection which also has the armchair Space. Both furnitures have the same base and the same simplicity. The round form gives you a soft 'democratic look'. Space fits because of its simple form, the colours and different heights in every room - if its in a business or you own house. The coffee table Space is also available in other version: The table top made of glass black, white, or silver painted, and the base made of black, white, or silver coloured steel.
  • Casamania - SOS coffee table
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    Casamania - SOS coffee table
    Casamania’s SOS coffee table is created for relaxed, convivial moments. In fact, SOS is not only a coffee table on which you can put your newspaper, cup or telephone, but it’s also a stool and even more: The two elements attached to the seat can be used as cup-holders, handles (for use as a tray) or hooks. Turned upside-down it becomes a fun and unusual vase or container. Created in mass-coloured polyethylene it is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Designer Josh Owen on the Design: “I have always been interested in small stools. Commonly considered less desirable than chairs as an object of study for designers, they are a seating category often overlooked in general. Now synonymous with a distress signal, S.O.S. began as a naval term: the original meaning was "Save Our Ship". Like a life-raft, the SOS Stool is a floating island of utility that extends beyond the parameters of what we consider a temporary seat.” Casamania's SOS coffe table and stool is also available in the colours red, orange, light blue, and light brown.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Tablo Ø 78 cm
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    Normann Copenhagen - Tablo Ø 78 cm
    The designer Nicholai Wiig Hansen again created a design that includes melted function and aesthetics in one, for Normann Copenhagen. The essence of the table Tablo lies in the interplay of two materials with different expression, whose combination offers a style-pure and attractive design. The refined and precisely formed table-edge breaks the round form – the result is a minimalist table without unnecessary details. The name Tablo refers to the word “table” on one side, and “tableau” out of the French language on the other side – a scenic theatre arrangement. By its straight form, Tablo harmonically suits in most of the interiors. Tablo is available in two different sizes and easily mountable without any screws. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explains: ”I focus on melting function, material and aesthetics to a higher unity. A design has to be useful and to fulfil basic demands without compromising by its visual effects. According, the easy assembly is part of the Tablo functionality.”
  • Bonaldo - Tectonic Side Table
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    Bonaldo - Tectonic Side Table
    In the geology Tectonic is the lesson of the building of the lithosphere and its movement. The designer Alain Gilles was inspired by the Tectonic side table of the idea of moving plates. Tectonic plays with the graphic of open and closed rooms and dislocates this in moving. The tables get their expression of movement through the thick, a little bit moved shapes. The Tectonic Table is available with a plate of steel steel panel and with a construction made of steel wire as plate. While the steel panel as plate incorporates a calm aspect into the design and the creates the expression of a leisurely moving of the plate, the steel wire construction seems tensed in not in a movement any more. Tectonic with steel wire creates also the optical effect, that it looks like a spectacular pattern, which reminds of a rose-blossom. the angular shape of Tectonic makes it possible, to create an own design through combining more side tables. Symmetric combinations are possible, in which tables are connected to each other or in which the patterns are broken through on purpose. The combination of many tables intensifies the impression of the movement of the plates. Both versions of the Tectonic Side Table by Bonaldo are also in a height of 35 cm available. Both can also be delivered in the colours black or red.
  • Hay DLM Side Table
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    Hay DLM Side Table
    „DLM“ – „Don’t leave me“, did designer Thomas Bentzen from the Design-Studio Louise Campbell in Copenhagen name his side table. And because of its beauty, no one would think of leaving the side table alone. From the scetch speaks the clear, straight-lined design knowledge of the Danish designer. On DLM is no part too much – and none too less: The three feet of the steel base give it a strong hold. The also made of steel plates make a lot of room, to only place the most necessary on it. The, like a walking stick bended handle shows the idea of the table once again: take me with you! If to the sofa, or on the balcony – DLM is a perfect alternative to the mostly heavy and unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of shape and function the DLM joins the group of Scandinavian design-classics, without copying the masters of the 50s and 60s. This balance of the tradition and modernism is a goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay from Horsens, in whose collection DLM fits perfectly.
  • Kartell - Bubble Club Table
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    Kartell - Bubble Club Table
    Bubble Club, the couch made of coloured polyethylene, is the first exponent of a new design concept: a totally made of plastic, "industrial couch". Technology and intensive research allowed Kartell as the first company to produce things whih were usually produced by hand in series in the category design. Bubble Club is a couch with a lot of space for tw persons, which is marked through soft lines of the armrests in comparison to the plain and rational lines of the backrests. Together with the armchair and the small table, which are available in the same versions and colours, forms Bubble Club by Kartell today a true product family, an "industrial couch furniture". Because of the eminent constancy against weather influences alll three elements of the product family Bubble Club can also be used in the outside.
  • Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
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    Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
    With their balanced proportions and the attractive contrast between thin table-boards and socket-like voluminous frames, the Metal Side Tables by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec of the year 2004 look nice at many places and for many purposes. Their new colours are perfectly combinable with the inside and outside usable Waver Lounger , whose frame is available in the same colours. The Metal Side Tables count to the category of furniture that aren’t the focus of a furnished surrounding, but that are indispensable to fulfill just that one. As small, unobtrusive helpers, they fulfill a whole lot of valuable duties. They change their place easily and are usable for many different purposes. The Metal Side Tables, made out of unformed and welded steel sheets are high gloss polished and equipped with felt pads for the protection of your floor.
  • Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
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    Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
    With their balanced proportions and the attractive contrast between thin table-boards and socket-like voluminous frames, the Metal Side Tables by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec of the year 2004 look nice at many places and for many purposes. Their new colours are perfectly combinable with the inside and outside usable Waver Lounger , whose frame is available in the same colours. The Metal Side Tables count to the category of furniture that aren’t the focus of a furnished surrounding, but that are indispensable to fulfill just that one. As small, unobtrusive helpers, they fulfill a whole lot of valuable duties. They change their place easily and are usable for many different purposes. The Metal Side Tables, made out of unformed and welded steel sheets are high gloss polished and equipped with felt pads for the protection of your floor.
  • Pulpo - LOLL Lounge Table
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    Pulpo - LOLL Lounge Table
    The basic idea of Loll was to create three-dimension furniture out of 2D processes. The design team e27 (Tim Brauns, Hendrik Gackstatter and Fax Quintus) had the idea of the Loll series, for the manufacturer Pulpo. If laser-cut sheet-metal is extended to its largest possible form, a static emerges and with it high loadability. A lounge table emerged out of this development of a simple principle. The Loll lounge table is available in white and black. The Loll lounge table has been honoured with the Interior Innovation Award on the imm Cologne in the year 2012.
  • Hay - Tray Table
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    Hay - Tray Table
    To replace a big table by combining some small ones - that's the idea behind the Tray Table by Hay Design. The small Tray Table side tables offer compared to bulky and larger tables a higher level of flexibility and can be used for several purposes. The Tray Table can be placed as a side table in the living room, a night stand in the bedroom or any place else. The design and die practical advantages of the Tray Table fits in any environment. The Tray Table is made of a steel frame with a removable tray. The tray serves as a tabletop and can, if required, be filled with other smaller trays. Not only gives this structure and makes room on a table, but in addition it provides an interesting touch. Different size Tray Tables can be pushed into one another creating a complex storage system. The Tray Table in its four different sizes is available in grey and black. In addition, the middle size table can be ordered in aubergine.
  • Pulpo - Layer Side Table S
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    Pulpo - Layer Side Table S
    Hard and soft – the different layers offer the Pulpo Layer Table its name. The unusual designer’s piece was made by Sebastian Herkner. While the surface board reminds us of a common pencil, the lower shelf of the Pulpo Layer Side Table appears like a hammock, tensed between the feet. Magazines, accessories and all the other things will be able to relax on it. And the heavier it gets, the deeper the board will sink to the ground, forming a contrast to the rigid board on top of it. Pulpo manufactures the Layer Side Table S of steel sheet and soft cotton fibre by Kvadrat. Besides the smaller edition, there is also a larger one available.
  • ClassiCon - Diana B Side Table
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    ClassiCon - Diana B Side Table
    Side table? Lectern? Hand library? Konstantin Gric’s series of steel side table is open for many interpretations and usages – but especially for fantasy. As well as letters make words, the Diana tables group to a new visual whole image with other furniture and objects. With the Diana alphabet from A to F (just so much editions of the table are available), a living room can be transformed into a café or a word out of a completely new, personal language. The furniture of the ClassiCon Diana collection by Konstantin Grcic are characterized by a reduced, independent and especially multifunctional design. Diana B makes up a completely individual, unmistakable furnishing together with the other pieces of the Diana series. Of course, Diana B is also usable as single piece which at least sets colourful accents. Diana B by ClassiCon is made out of powder coated steel sheet; the base is coated with polyethylene. Further editions are available.
  • Discipline - Cup Table 50 cm
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    Discipline - Cup Table 50 cm
    Japanese minimalism and Italian elegance meet harmonically in the Cup Table. The side table by Discipline connects the best of two worlds. The designer Ichiro Iwasaki designed the Cup Table on an impressing way: The design of the Cup Table is decent and clear by its production out of glass. Cup has a weightless and filigree appeal, but the rounded edges and the strength of the glass (8 mm) offer apparent force and stability to the table. Since the Tokyo designer Iwasaki was inspired by the name-owing water glass for his Cup Table, the side table by Discipline still has more functions: If it is turned around, Cup Table can also be used as decorative storage furniture or as big flower vase.
  • Hay - DLM XL side table
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    Hay - DLM XL side table
    The popular DLM side table from the designer Thomas Bentzen has grown up: the Danish company Hay now also provides the small side table DLM in a XL variant. The DLM XL side table has a 10 cm larger diameter than its smaller brother, and it is 7 cm higher. Despite its size, the table remains the same. “DLM” – “Don’t leave me”, is how the designer Thomas Bentzen from the design studio Louise Campbell from Copenhagen called his side table. Considering this simple beauty, no one would have the idea of leaving this table behind. The clear, straight lined design-appreciation of the Danish designer is explained by the design. Also at the DLM XL there is nothing unnecessary – and nothing missed: the three legs of the steel frame offer secure hold. The also steel made panel offers enough space to reduce it to the essential. And the cane swung grip clearly expresses the idea of the table once again: take me with you! Whether to the sofa, on the balcony or the terrace – DLM is the perfect alternative to normally unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of form and function the DLM and the DLM XL tables line themselves in the group of the Scandinavian design classic without simply copying the masters of the fifties and sixties. This balance of tradition and modern is a constituted goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay of Horsens, in whose collection the DLM XL suits perfectly.
  • Hay - DLM XL side table
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    Hay - DLM XL side table
    The popular DLM side table from the designer Thomas Bentzen has grown up: the Danish company Hay now also provides the small side table DLM in a XL variant. The DLM XL side table has a 10 cm larger diameter than its smaller brother, and it is 7 cm higher. Despite its size, the table remains the same. “DLM” – “Don’t leave me”, is how the designer Thomas Bentzen from the design studio Louise Campbell from Copenhagen called his side table. Considering this simple beauty, no one would have the idea of leaving this table behind. The clear, straight lined design-appreciation of the Danish designer is explained by the design. Also at the DLM XL there is nothing unnecessary – and nothing missed: the three legs of the steel frame offer secure hold. The also steel made panel offers enough space to reduce it to the essential. And the cane swung grip clearly expresses the idea of the table once again: take me with you! Whether to the sofa, on the balcony or the terrace – DLM is the perfect alternative to normally unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of form and function the DLM and the DLM XL tables line themselves in the group of the Scandinavian design classic without simply copying the masters of the fifties and sixties. This balance of tradition and modern is a constituted goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay of Horsens, in whose collection the DLM XL suits perfectly.
  • Hay - DLM XL side table
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    Hay - DLM XL side table
    The popular DLM side table from the designer Thomas Bentzen has grown up: the Danish company Hay now also provides the small side table DLM in a XL variant. The DLM XL side table has a 10 cm larger diameter than its smaller brother, and it is 7 cm higher. Despite its size, the table remains the same. “DLM” – “Don’t leave me”, is how the designer Thomas Bentzen from the design studio Louise Campbell from Copenhagen called his side table. Considering this simple beauty, no one would have the idea of leaving this table behind. The clear, straight lined design-appreciation of the Danish designer is explained by the design. Also at the DLM XL there is nothing unnecessary – and nothing missed: the three legs of the steel frame offer secure hold. The also steel made panel offers enough space to reduce it to the essential. And the cane swung grip clearly expresses the idea of the table once again: take me with you! Whether to the sofa, on the balcony or the terrace – DLM is the perfect alternative to normally unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of form and function the DLM and the DLM XL tables line themselves in the group of the Scandinavian design classic without simply copying the masters of the fifties and sixties. This balance of tradition and modern is a constituted goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay of Horsens, in whose collection the DLM XL suits perfectly.
  • Auerberg - HULK Side Table
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    Auerberg - HULK Side Table
    Thinking on the name „Hulk“, there is surely a green man in all our heads. The HULK side table by Auerberg is friendlier than his name might make us believe, since it politely directs its attention to the user. The strength is what the Auerberg Hulk side table and the comic figure have in common: Auerberg manufactures the Dominic Groll designed side table out of one only, extremely stable steel sheet. The steel is artistically folded and it stands stable on three feet of massive, oiled ash wood. The design of the Auerberg HULK side table is very weightless, contrasting the massive material. This is how the small servant suits in every possible room of the house, being easily transported to a different one.
  • Zanotta - Tod Side Table
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    Zanotta - Tod Side Table
    Please don't get scared by the name – The naming of the side table Tod by Zanotta hearkens back to the name of its designer Todd Bracher. And the noticeable table atomises instead of negative mood pure vitality. The cause is in modern design which takes borrowings at the classic tables, but creates a fresh overall impression. Matching to that, it is made of polyethylene, which can be also used for the outside. The US-American Todd Bracher works since his studies in New York prevailing in Europe. The Italian design does he understand as good as the native experts, so that his side table of 2005 fits very good in the exclusive collection of the traditional firm Zanotta. The Tod Side Table is also available in further colours!
  • Zanotta - Tempo Side Table
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    Zanotta - Tempo Side Table
    The Tempo side table from Zanotta was designed by the Italian artist and designed Prospero Rasulo for Zanotta. The table with the distinctive form optically reminds of a barbell and possesses accordingly two large bowls that are connected by a rod. It can be used as a small table or as a practical depositing surface. Its characteristic form not only offers Tempo a high recognition value, but it also guarantees a secure stand. Both table bowls consist of firm polyurethane, the rod in between consists of steel with an embossing anti-scratch paint or with polished brilliant varnish. The Tempo side table from Zanotta is available in both heights and in a wide range of further colours.
  • Vitra - Nelson Tables
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    Vitra - Nelson Tables
    All George Nelson's designs reveal his loving attention to detail - as in the execution of this side table. Its downward sloping edges highlight the tabletop's birch veneer. The Nelson tables by Vitra out of the year 1960 are available in two different sizes and heights and are suitable for a wide variety of uses.
  • Vitra - Nelson Tables
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    Vitra - Nelson Tables
    All George Nelson's designs reveal his loving attention to detail - as in the execution of this side table. Its downward sloping edges highlight the tabletop's birch veneer. The Nelson tables by Vitra out of the year 1960 are available in two different sizes and heights and are suitable for a wide variety of uses.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Tablo square
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    Normann Copenhagen - Tablo square
    The Table table by Normann Copenhagen bribes with its straight-lined design, where two materials with different expressions are combined. It was a central aim of the designer Nicolai Wiig Hansen to unify function and aesthetics in his Tablo table. After the successful round edition, Normann Copenhagen presents a square edition now. All the Tablo tables renounce unnecessary details, which are moreover wonderfully combinable. The name “Tablo” refers to “table” on one side, and to the French “tableau”, which is a scenic stage arrangement. Tablo harmonically fits in most of the existing interiors with its straight-lined shape. Tablo is available in different sizes and shapes and fast and easy to mount without any screws. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explained: ”I focus on function, material and aesthetic to come together to a higher unity. A design must have usage marks and fulfil basic demands without compromising regarding the apparent effect. Accordingly the simple assembly is part of the functionality of Tablo.”
  • Pulpo - LOLL Side Table
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    Pulpo - LOLL Side Table
    The basic idea of Loll was to create three-dimension furniture out of 2D processes. The design team e27 (Tim Brauns, Hendrik Gackstatter and Fax Quintus) had the idea of the Loll series, for the manufacturer Pulpo. If laser-cut sheet-metal is extended to its largest possible form, a static emerges and with it high loadability. A side table appears out of this extension of a simple principle. The Loll side table is available in the sizes S and L as well as in pastel blue, white and black. The Loll side table has been honoured with the Interior Innovation Award on the imm Cologne in the year 2012.
  • Hay DLM Side Table
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    Hay DLM Side Table
    „DLM“ – „Don’t leave me“, did designer Thomas Bentzen from the Design-Studio Louise Campbell in Copenhagen name his side table. And because of its beauty, no one would think of leaving the side table alone. From the scetch speaks the clear, straight-lined design knowledge of the Danish designer. On DLM is no part too much – and none too less: The three feet of the steel base give it a strong hold. The also made of steel plates make a lot of room, to only place the most necessary on it. The, like a walking stick bended handle shows the idea of the table once again: take me with you! If to the sofa, or on the balcony – DLM is a perfect alternative to the mostly heavy and unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of shape and function the DLM joins the group of Scandinavian design-classics, without copying the masters of the 50s and 60s. This balance of the tradition and modernism is a goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay from Horsens, in whose collection DLM fits perfectly.
  • Hay DLM Side Table
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    Hay DLM Side Table
    „DLM“ – „Don’t leave me“, did designer Thomas Bentzen from the Design-Studio Louise Campbell in Copenhagen name his side table. And because of its beauty, no one would think of leaving the side table alone. From the scetch speaks the clear, straight-lined design knowledge of the Danish designer. On DLM is no part too much – and none too less: The three feet of the steel base give it a strong hold. The also made of steel plates make a lot of room, to only place the most necessary on it. The, like a walking stick bended handle shows the idea of the table once again: take me with you! If to the sofa, or on the balcony – DLM is a perfect alternative to the mostly heavy and unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of shape and function the DLM joins the group of Scandinavian design-classics, without copying the masters of the 50s and 60s. This balance of the tradition and modernism is a goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay from Horsens, in whose collection DLM fits perfectly.
  • Hay DLM Side Table
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    Hay DLM Side Table
    „DLM“ – „Don’t leave me“, did designer Thomas Bentzen from the Design-Studio Louise Campbell in Copenhagen name his side table. And because of its beauty, no one would think of leaving the side table alone. From the scetch speaks the clear, straight-lined design knowledge of the Danish designer. On DLM is no part too much – and none too less: The three feet of the steel base give it a strong hold. The also made of steel plates make a lot of room, to only place the most necessary on it. The, like a walking stick bended handle shows the idea of the table once again: take me with you! If to the sofa, or on the balcony – DLM is a perfect alternative to the mostly heavy and unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of shape and function the DLM joins the group of Scandinavian design-classics, without copying the masters of the 50s and 60s. This balance of the tradition and modernism is a goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay from Horsens, in whose collection DLM fits perfectly.
  • Hay - Bella Couch Table
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    Hay - Bella Couch Table
    Initially designed for the „Bella Sky Hotel“ in Copenhagen, the Bella tables by Hay are available for everyone now. This is recognizable classic Scandinavian design. This is how the Bella couch table was designed very clear and it is moreover very useful. Whether alone or in a group, whether low, high or combined: a special apparent effect is ensured. Bella consists of massive oak wood, the table top has a diameter of 60 cm. The side table is available with 32 or 39 cm of height. Further colours and sizes of the Bella couch table are available.
  • Hay - Bella Couch Table
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    Hay - Bella Couch Table
    Initially designed for the „Bella Sky Hotel“ in Copenhagen, the Bella tables by Hay are available for everyone now. This is recognizable classic Scandinavian design. This is how the Bella couch table was designed very clear and it is moreover very useful. Whether alone or in a group, whether low, high or combined: a special apparent effect is ensured. Bella consists of massive oak wood, the table top has a diameter of 60 cm. The side table is available with 32 or 39 cm of height. Further colours and sizes of the Bella couch table are available.
  • Vitra - Plate Table
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    Vitra - Plate Table
    Quite in keeping with Jasper Morrison’s philosophy of “super normal” design, the Plate Coffee Tables have a classic shape and finely balanced proportions. The design thrills with its accomplished interplay of soft roundings and precisely positioned edges. The refined base frame and the thin table top complement perfectly and yet are clearly distinct from each other. The Plate Table by Vitra out of the year 2004 is available in different editions.
  • Vitra - Eames Occasional Table LTR
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    Vitra - Eames Occasional Table LTR
    The side table Occasional Table LTR (Low Table Rod Base) was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950 as small, variable side table and used by themselves in the Eames House. Today there are still a lot of small side tables, which - single or in a group - are decorated with things of the Eames collection in the Eames House. The Occasional Table LTR by Vitra is also available in a gold-plated edition.
  • ClassiCon - Adjustable Table E 1027
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    ClassiCon - Adjustable Table E 1027
    Among the classics this is perhaps the classic. Its ingeniously proportioned, distinctive form has made this height-adjustable table into one of the most popular design icons of the 20th century. It is named after the summer house E 1027, “Maison en bord de mer”, that Eileen Gray built for herself and for her collaborator, Jean Badovici. Likewise, the secret code-name comes from her: E is for Eileen, 10 for Jean (J is the 10th letter of the alphabet), 2 for B(adovici) and 7 for G(ray). The height adjustable frame of the side table consists of chromed steel tube. The classic edition possesses a clear crystal glass sheet. The Adjustable Table is also available with a grey Parsol- glass plate or a black coloured metal plate.
  • Radius Design - x-centric Table
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    Radius Design - x-centric Table
    This side table from the designer Murken Hansen deserves its name proves it. With the sideways folded expansions, its dimensions increase to nearly twice its size if desired. In black, white or grey it inserts itself restrainedly in all surroundings, in the green or orange edition it will surely be the undisputed focal point of the room it is in. The x-centric table by Radius Design consists of powder coated steel. The stainless steel tube which serves as axis for the foldable board is covered with an acrylic glass layer.
  • Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
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    Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
    With their balanced proportions and the attractive contrast between thin table-boards and socket-like voluminous frames, the Metal Side Tables by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec of the year 2004 look nice at many places and for many purposes. Their new colours are perfectly combinable with the inside and outside usable Waver Lounger , whose frame is available in the same colours. The Metal Side Tables count to the category of furniture that aren’t the focus of a furnished surrounding, but that are indispensable to fulfill just that one. As small, unobtrusive helpers, they fulfill a whole lot of valuable duties. They change their place easily and are usable for many different purposes. The Metal Side Tables, made out of unformed and welded steel sheets are high gloss polished and equipped with felt pads for the protection of your floor.
  • Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
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    Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
    With their balanced proportions and the attractive contrast between thin table-boards and socket-like voluminous frames, the Metal Side Tables by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec of the year 2004 look nice at many places and for many purposes. Their new colours are perfectly combinable with the inside and outside usable Waver Lounger , whose frame is available in the same colours. The Metal Side Tables count to the category of furniture that aren’t the focus of a furnished surrounding, but that are indispensable to fulfill just that one. As small, unobtrusive helpers, they fulfill a whole lot of valuable duties. They change their place easily and are usable for many different purposes. The Metal Side Tables, made out of unformed and welded steel sheets are high gloss polished and equipped with felt pads for the protection of your floor.
  • Zanotta - Toi Side Table
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    Zanotta - Toi Side Table
    The awarded Toi side table by Zanotta was designed in a noble, simple appearance and it is especially striking by its multiple curves and the round, removable tabletop. This one can be opened and closed by means of the storage compartment below. The storage compartment is a practical storage possibility for the iPod, remote controls, TV-magazines or other things that you like to keep near you, but not directly viewable for visitors. The Toi side table by Zanotta is available in different colours.
  • Hans Hansen - Less Couch Table
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    Hans Hansen - Less Couch Table
    Already in the 1970es, Hans Hansen set accents as designer with his Bauhaus tradition commitment of designs. Mainly multifunctional furniture out of chromed or powder coated steel were the matter. With its consequent forms and the frame out of grinded stainless steel, the Less Couch Table is the perfect embodiment of Hans Hansen’s design speaking. The frame remarks the lines of a rectangle, but keeps a noble weightlessness by the missing lateral boards. The Less Couch Table is available in four sizes.
  • Linie 58 - Tick System Small
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    Linie 58 - Tick System Small
    Tick is a universal table foot system, which can be fixed at the most different table tops and materials. The clamp system by Linie 58 is suitable for individual solutions. A bent piece of metal wire, similar to an oversized office paperclip is clipped to any desired table top and transforms this one into a unique table without screws and tools. Everyone is creative making the own table, with an ancient wardrobe door or a wooden panel of property market. Imagination has no limits with the Tick by Linie 58! Tick will encourage searching for ancient wooden panels in order to re-vitalize them instead of throwing them away. This will not only delight the wooden board, but also the environment and the owner of course, since he will have a real unicum in his flat. The huge innovation force of the table clips by Linie 58 has been honoured with the Design Award of the Federal Republic Germany in 2012. Tick is available in three different heights and it is manufactured completely in Germany.
  • Linie 58 - Tick System Small
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    Linie 58 - Tick System Small
    Tick is a universal table foot system, which can be fixed at the most different table tops and materials. The clamp system by Linie 58 is suitable for individual solutions. A bent piece of metal wire, similar to an oversized office paperclip is clipped to any desired table top and transforms this one into a unique table without screws and tools. Everyone is creative making the own table, with an ancient wardrobe door or a wooden panel of property market. Imagination has no limits with the Tick by Linie 58! Tick will encourage searching for ancient wooden panels in order to re-vitalize them instead of throwing them away. This will not only delight the wooden board, but also the environment and the owner of course, since he will have a real unicum in his flat. The huge innovation force of the table clips by Linie 58 has been honoured with the Design Award of the Federal Republic Germany in 2012. Tick is available in three different heights and it is manufactured completely in Germany.
  • Müller Möbelfabrikation - LT2 Couch Table
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    Müller Möbelfabrikation - LT2 Couch Table
    It looks good, it stands good: The couch table LT2 is a self-confident example for new design language at Müller Möbel. Very modern, homely influences and the purist shapes thereby complete each other perfectly. The LT2 couch table has interesting details: the polished edges and the surface made of special, warm-handy matt lacquer. All the tables are delivered in all the available RAL colours, by the manufacturer Müller Möbel, as well as in two colours of every desired combination. Fresh, special and completely different than all the other couch tables. The table’s surface of the Müller Möbel LT2 couch table has been painted in a robust, scratch and abrasion-resistant matt lacquer. The base was high-gloss finished. The surface of the LT2 can also be ordered out of walnut veneer.
  • Hay - DLM XL side table
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    Hay - DLM XL side table
    The popular DLM side table from the designer Thomas Bentzen has grown up: the Danish company Hay now also provides the small side table DLM in a XL variant. The DLM XL side table has a 10 cm larger diameter than its smaller brother, and it is 7 cm higher. Despite its size, the table remains the same. “DLM” – “Don’t leave me”, is how the designer Thomas Bentzen from the design studio Louise Campbell from Copenhagen called his side table. Considering this simple beauty, no one would have the idea of leaving this table behind. The clear, straight lined design-appreciation of the Danish designer is explained by the design. Also at the DLM XL there is nothing unnecessary – and nothing missed: the three legs of the steel frame offer secure hold. The also steel made panel offers enough space to reduce it to the essential. And the cane swung grip clearly expresses the idea of the table once again: take me with you! Whether to the sofa, on the balcony or the terrace – DLM is the perfect alternative to normally unmovable couch tables. With this harmony of form and function the DLM and the DLM XL tables line themselves in the group of the Scandinavian design classic without simply copying the masters of the fifties and sixties. This balance of tradition and modern is a constituted goal of the Danish manufacturer Hay of Horsens, in whose collection the DLM XL suits perfectly.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Tablo square
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    Normann Copenhagen - Tablo square
    The Table table by Normann Copenhagen bribes with its straight-lined design, where two materials with different expressions are combined. It was a central aim of the designer Nicolai Wiig Hansen to unify function and aesthetics in his Tablo table. After the successful round edition, Normann Copenhagen presents a square edition now. All the Tablo tables renounce unnecessary details, which are moreover wonderfully combinable. The name “Tablo” refers to “table” on one side, and to the French “tableau”, which is a scenic stage arrangement. Tablo harmonically fits in most of the existing interiors with its straight-lined shape. Tablo is available in different sizes and shapes and fast and easy to mount without any screws. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explained: ”I focus on function, material and aesthetic to come together to a higher unity. A design must have usage marks and fulfil basic demands without compromising regarding the apparent effect. Accordingly the simple assembly is part of the functionality of Tablo.”
  • Normann Copenhagen - Tablo rectangular
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    Normann Copenhagen - Tablo rectangular
    The Table table by Normann Copenhagen bribes with its straight-lined design, where two materials with different expressions are combined. It was a central aim of the designer Nicolai Wiig Hansen to unify function and aesthetics in his Tablo table. After the successful round edition, Normann Copenhagen presents a rectangular edition now. All the Tablo tables renounce unnecessary details, which are moreover wonderfully combinable. The name “Tablo” refers to “table” on one side, and to the French “tableau”, which is a scenic stage arrangement. Tablo harmonically fits in most of the existing interiors with its straight-lined shape. Tablo is available in different sizes and shapes and fast and easy to mount without any screws. Nicholai Wiig Hansen explained: ”I focus on function, material and aesthetic to come together to a higher unity. A design must have usage marks and fulfil basic demands without compromising regarding the apparent effect. Accordingly the simple assembly is part of the functionality of Tablo.”
  • Vitra - NesTable
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    Vitra - NesTable
    Working with the laptop is possible everywhere thanks to the newest technologies. But sometimes the right furniture therefore is missing. The side table NesTable by Designer Jasper Morrison offers an easy and flexible solution. The surface of NesTable is height adjustable and it moreover ensures an ergonomic correct position while work on couches or lounge chairs. The NesTable by Vitra is available in different colours.
  • Normann Copenhagen - Ding Couch Table
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    Normann Copenhagen - Ding Couch Table
    Inspired by antique three-dimensions wooden puzzles, the design team ding3000 designed a couch table for Normann Copenhagen, which is kept together without screws or tools – gravity is enough. The Ding couch table simply consists of three legs, made of oak wood. If they are plugged, they make up a sculptural knot, which serves as base for the round table tip. The rounded, inclined legs give stable hold to the Ding couch table by Normann Copenhagen, safely holding the glass top. ding3000 explained about their couch table: ”The three legs seem to get through themselves by impossible paths, and it was our intention to make that magical detail the center of attention. That’s the reason why we chose a transparent table top, in order to direct the focus of our table to the interplay of the legs.”
  • Vitra - Cone Table
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    Vitra - Cone Table
    Cone as design element: The Cone Table designed by Verner Panton in 1958, is reduced to few geometric forms. Verner Panton was ahead of the times with his designs. Verner Panton was always famous for his designs, which surprise despite of the clear shapes. The Cone Table is one of these designs: Watched from above, it is a round couch table. From the sides however, the table by Vitra astonishes: The table board thereby lies on the tip and reminds us of a pushpin. The Cone Table was ahead of the time with the bribing clearness sin design. Vitra manufactures the Cone Table with a foot of stainless steel and a table top of HPL, with an all-surrounding plastic edge. One can only guess how futuristic and provocative the design “carried so far” impressed in the year of its launch in 1958. But it is a fact that the couch table made by Vitra looks gorgeous combined with the Panton Cone Chairs.
  • Pulpo - Layer Side Table S
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    Pulpo - Layer Side Table S
    Hard and soft – the different layers offer the Pulpo Layer Table its name. The unusual designer’s piece was made by Sebastian Herkner. While the surface board reminds us of a common pencil, the lower shelf of the Pulpo Layer Side Table appears like a hammock, tensed between the feet. Magazines, accessories and all the other things will be able to relax on it. And the heavier it gets, the deeper the board will sink to the ground, forming a contrast to the rigid board on top of it. Pulpo manufactures the Layer Side Table S of steel sheet and soft cotton fibre by Kvadrat. Besides the smaller edition, there is also a larger one available.
  • Vitra - Tray Table
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    Vitra - Tray Table
    Tray Table boasts a simple elegance as well as refined structural elements. Thanks to its simple mechanism, which enables users to vary its height easily, and the asymmetry of its design, the table can be placed directly next to an armchair, a sofa or even a bed. This makes Tray Table a faithful companion in a large number of living situations. More details: Design: George Nelson, 1949. Material: Plywood tabletop, chromed tubular steel base. Measurements: 495-695 x387 x 387 mm. Availablility: maple, black ash.
  • Artek - Side Table 606
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    Artek - Side Table 606
    The Aino Aalto designed Side Table 606 is an unusual piece, since the side table was originally designed das stool. As well as her husband Alvar, Aino Aalto also renounced unnecessary details and concentrated on soft, clear forms. The Side Table 606 belongs to the collection of black furniture pieces as well as the Chair 23, which was presented by both Aaltos in 1933 in London. The Side Table 606 suits in the most different surroundings because of the simple colour, form and the stacking capacity – in private as well as public rooms. The 606 was initially used as stool in the Alvar Aalto designed clinic in Paimio – its simple, clear shape, makes the Side Table 606 multifunctional and multi-usable. Artek manufactures the Side Table 606 with a frame out of matt lacquered steel tube and a board of birch veneer.
  • Moustache - Baobab Side Table
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    Moustache - Baobab Side Table
    With Baobab, Ionna Vaitrin created a side table which was kept in the typical style of the French designer: soft shape and humorous, still convincing when it is used every day. Baobab has two table tops in different heights, which are freely turned. According to the purpose and place it shall be used, the levels are organized as they’re needed. The Baobab side table by Moustache is made out of painted birch and lime wood. Baobab not only suits the living room with its sculptural character, but also in the bedroom and entrance hall. Baobab by Moustache is also available in further colours.
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