The Kilo nest tables by Elling Ekornes and Trine Haddal Hovet



Kilo is a set of three occasional tables that basically share the same design and that come in different sizes, fact that allows them to form a nest. This means that they can be very easily stored when not used and thus occupy three times less space than they would normally do.

The Kilo nest tables

The Kilo tables share a very simple design.They are basically square pieces of furniture that come in three different sizes. They are made from a steel top and lacquered solid oak legs. The top is colored in airforce blue, sky blue and mustard yellow, a different color for each of the three tables. If you prefer something more neutral, the set is also available in Cement grey, mist grey and white.

The Kilo nest tables

The Kilo tables were designed by Elling Ekornes and Trine Haddal Hovet. Their dimensions are W30 x H34 x L42cm for the smaller piece, W35 x H42 x L42cm for the medium one and W40 x H50 x L42cm for the large table. You can buy the set for £70.00. You can expect delivery in 3 to 5 days and you’re going to have to assemble the pieces. However, it’s very easy and it doesn’t take long.This is a very functional set that is both attractive and practical. You save some space and have an interesting piece to display at the same time.


Published by in Furniture, on October 10th, 2011

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