A modern take on the tripod table, the metal and wood combination is finished in a two tone dark gray cerused oak and light bronze. A split effect on each leg creates architectural appeal, while metal banding finishes off the edge.
The Elway Side Table spotlights an inverted oak pyramid tabletop held aloft by a square iron frame with sleek, tapered legs. As much conversation piece as table, the Elway offers a generous 16” x 16” surface.
This round shaped bunching table can be paired with the coordinating moon table to create numerous unique configurations. The Sibyl Coffee Table is finished in refined brushed brass with a marble top in feather green.
Hand-wrapped in seagrass paired with decorative circles at the bottom of the legs, the weaving is so fine. Tempered Glass Topper is precision measured and cut specifically for this table, so edges meet for a custom fit.
The stately modern Hart Side Table is built on thin black tapered metal legs that stretch upwards to support a round white marble top. Marble is a natural material, and unique differences should be expected.
Soft curves contrast with strong angles on the Krissa Side Table. A gorgeous petrified clam marble top floats on a metal base in a sleek champagne finish. Marble is a natural material and may present subtle differences in color or texture.
The number of ways and places to use this side table are virtually limitless. This ideally sized table owes is stellar styling to a richly textured chevron motif encircling the tabletop and a clever geometric iron base wrapped with natural seagrass.