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Sculptural side table exudes Karl Springer inspired chic with brass inlay framing a black high gloss finish. The compact cube has solid sides that mirror the top surface and a unique cubby for storing magazines.
Redefine outdoor living with this durable, all natural side table, hand-hewn from sustainably sourced teak roots. The natural characteristics of the wood married with the bold shapes creates an organic modernism, which, left in its natural state, will patina to a lovely finish over time.
Coastal casual at its best, this round side table has an organically textured, woven seagrass frame, and is topped by tempered glass. Pair it up with a throw and decorative pillows from our Eden Rock collection for effortless beach chic.
Beautifully hand-applied silver leaf finish on the legs and gold leaf finish on the top surround this clean-lined quartz-topped table is simple, elegant and luxe.
Thin tapered sputnik like legs of hammered and distressed iron form a sculptural shape atop which balances a vertagus shell tabletop. Whimsical and delicate, this tempting side table seems like a wonderful vintage find from a Parisian flea market
Round quartz top rests on slender legs finished with hand-applied antiqued gold leaf. A banded leg stretcher mirrors the table top surround for a dynamic proportion.
This gleaming table boasts a round glass top and four legs joined by an x shaped stretcher. A hand-applied antiqued gold leaf finish makes for an elegant flourish.
Style and industry harmonize in our rustic chic tables. Panels are clean cut from reclaimed steel plates, once used to make concrete forms. The simple lines and graceful arcs are then welded and riveted together for strength and stability. Signs of origin are apparent in the layers of concrete and rust, and the unique texture from being pounded to release the molds. The table is then artfully sandblasted and filed to leave the faintest patina.