Versatile pebble side table

A very interesting choice for a table design. Inspired from the nature, this table actually looks like a pebble. The almost round shape it’s the reason why you would probably think this is not a good idea. Actually it’s quite practical because the top it flat. It’s made from cement concrete so it’s not very light or easy to move, but I think the effort is worthed.

The dimensions of this unusual side table are 23″w x 15″d x 14″h. Because of the shape and the durable and resilient material used to craft it, this table is for both indoor and outdoor use. I think it’s not necessary to mention that it also comes fully assembled. It’s only available in one color: light gray, the natural color of a normal pebble. It can be purchased for $149. Bring the inside out, pr the other way around with this bold and original piece of furniture.

Published by in Outdoor, on April 14th, 2011



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