The Nelson End Table (1954) reflects the clean
lines and pleasing balance of style and function that characterize all of George Nelson's furniture creations. The round end table is a spot for flowers, a small lamp, a phone, an ...
0.75" Thick stone top and adjustable glides. Stone
top has a honed finish and full bullnose edge profile. Natural characteristics in stone cause variations in hues, veins, crystals, and distinctive marks. Small cracks do not affect the structure of ...
To create this simple, lightweight table, Charles and
Ray Eames applied the same breakthrough technology that led to their invention of the famous molded plywood chairs. The table's round, slightly indented top and gently curved legs are shaped by ...
Modern/Contemporary: With straight clean lines and angular cuts, contemporary and modern furniture is void of any flourishes and embellishments
Transitional: A bit softer than modern tables and less ornate than traditional design, transitional tables feel at home in any outdoor setting.
Traditional: Ranging from dark finishes and ornate craftsmanship to large intricately woven wicker pieces, traditional furniture is a stately choice
Rustic: From log furniture to Southwestern style, these tables look great on any lakefront.
Tropical/Exotic: Features carefully woven rattan designs and tropical fabrics