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Private Side Table
Designed By: Space Copenhagen - 2018
Understated sophistication, timeless aesthetics, and outstanding craftsmanship are the hallmarks of the compact Private Side Table by Space Copenhagen.
Inspired by antique Japanese furniture in both style and craft, this oak-veneered sideboard is elevated by two vertical legs, held together by a single horizontal beam, giving strength in structure and yet lightness in appearance. Available in brown/black or light-stained finishes, the body comprises two storage areas, one of these a soft-close drawer with antique brass finish handle, for more personal items.
Designed to sit next to a bed, sofa or armchair, the Private Side Table fits perfectly with the other elements from the Private Collection in a range of interior styles. Classic design, excellent workmanship and immense versatility and functionality ensure that the Private Side Table will be cherished more and more over time.
Light Stained Oak Veneer
HANDLES MATERIAL/FINISH Antique Brass
WIDTH 50 cm / 20 in
DEPTH 40 cm / 16 in
HEIGHT 60 cm / 24 in
TOTAL WEIGHT 27 kg / 59.5 lbs
SUSTAINABILITY Our products are made to last however parts can be separated and sorted for recycling. 100% of our wood products are manufactured to comply with EUTR.
- Gubi provides a two-year warranty against manufacturing defects in standard products (materials and designs), valid for two years from the date of dispatch. The warranty does not extend to ordinary wear and tear, wear of or damage to upholstery and surfaces (including surface finish) nor damage caused by wrongful and/or insufficient maintenance. For the purpose of this provision, standard products shall mean the products specified and directly priced in the price list published by Gubi. The warranty shall also lapse if the products show signs of incorrect or extreme use or other physical damage.
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