Flex Faux Shagreen Side Table in Dark Grey & Steel

by Andrew Martin
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Product description

The Flex Faux Shagreen Side Table in Dark Grey & Steel is made from a combination of wood and metal, with a top drawer finished in a faux dark grey shagreen. The slim drawer comes with a simple handle for easy access.

The side table frame is made from metal with a striking stainless steel chrome finish which contrasts against the neutral grey shade of the drawer and bottom shelf. The geometric design of the frame is reminiscent of Art Deco.

Use the Flex Faux Shagreen Side Table in Dark Grey & Steel in your bedroom or in your living space. It works especially well inside minimalist modern interiors.

Materials Used: Faux Shagreen, Metal
Quality craftsmanship
Stunning geometric frame design
Great for modern spaces

Height: 60 cm
Width: 52 cm
Depth: 40 cm
Weight: 13 kg

Product code:ST0294
Size:h 60cm x w 52cm x d 40cm
Colour tones:dark grey / silver/chrome
Materials:faux leather / metal

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About the brand

Andrew Martin has been at the forefront of global design since 1978. Founded by Martin Waller in Richmond, London, it has been the Mecca for the world's design cognoscenti ever since.

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