A Cute Natural Fiber Side Table



Side tables can be very functional and useful because they are designed to be multifunctional. You can use them in the living room, in a corner, in the office, in the bedroom, on the deck or terrace and basically anywhere else. Whether you use it as a display unit or simply to place some snack onto, the side table is always there, always by your side. It’s even more friendly when it has a natural and casual look, such as this one.

This lovely natural fiber side table is both functional and beautiful. It has a casual look and a very friendly design. It has been handwoven from water hyacinth which is a natural fiber. It has been designed to be used as a side table and it has a very simple and versatile design that allows it to be included in a large variety of spaces. It’s also the type of furniture that goes with almost everything, regardless of the style, color, material of texture.

The oval shape of the table contributes to the overall graceful but very compact look. It measures 28.75’’ in diameter and 15’’ in height and it’s great for both indoor and outdoor use. However, it should be used in closed or protected areas to avoid deterioration. It’s not pretentious or hard to maintain and it adds style and beauty wherever it goes. You can now buy it for the special price of EUR118.54.


Published by in Furniture, on January 31st, 2012

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