Exposed Warmth and Character
Cozy up to a good book with lighting placed right where you need it using the Carpenter lamp table. The perfect companion to an armchair or sofa, this rustic meets industrial table offers a spacious surface to hold a lamp, beverages and other essentials, while the open fixed shelf below provides an additional area to stack books or display decor. Inspired by the look of vintage workbenches, this lamp table features distressed acacia wood planks for a reclaimed look, hand-worked metal frames and exposed bolt heads that are finished to resemble aged, oiled steel.
- Modern rustic style is perfect for a comfortable and casual environment
- Crafted with solid and sustainable acacia wood for beauty and durability
- Solid wood planks are distressed for a reclaimed wood look
- Hand-worked metal frame and exposed bolt heads are finished to resemble aged, oiled, industrial steel
- Roomy top surface with lower, open shelf for additional storage
- Available in rustic brown or light brown finish
- Case Good Options: Modern rustic style is perfect for a comfortable and casual environment. Crafted with solid and sustainable acacia wood for beauty and durability. Solid wood planks are distressed for a reclaimed wood look. Hand-worked metal frame and exposed bolt heads are finished to resemble aged, oiled, industrial steel. Roomy top surface with lower, open shelf for additional storage. Available in rustic brown or light brown finish.
- Product Headline: Exposed Warmth and Character
||25" 25 INH
||25" 25 INH
||23" 23 INH
||Tables, End Tables
||4.03 cu ft (0.1 m 3 )
||55 lb (24.8 kg) 55 lb
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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