Dali Small Side Table, Antique Brass Dali Small Side Table, Antique Brass

SKU#:
DAL-100-803
Limited Availability Next Arrival in Late December

Sold in small and large versions, The Dali Side Tables speak to modern moods through timeless design. A perfect example of Villa & House’s expert use of luxe materials and inventive processes, the piece is wrapped in an antique brass cladding. The unexpectedly tactile element enriches the Dali-inspired silhouette, while the smooth interior adds depth and dimension. The Dali Side Tables are a sophisticated pick for minimalist decor schemes, cosmopolitan lofts, or glamorous spaces with gilded accents. The pair can be nested together to create a cool, abstract shaped and sculptural coffee table or used separately in either size.

  • 18w x 16d x 16h
  • Antique Brass Cladding
  • Antique Brass Interior
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