Stilk Side Table, Oak

605 

Materials: Solid Polish Oak. Raw Brass Detail

Place of Origin: Made in Poland

Details

Dimensions: L: 37 cm, H: 72 cm, W: 35 cm, Table Heights: 48, 54, 60 cm

Net weight: 5 kg

Finish: Natural Oil Finish

Designed by: Herman Studio

Product number: 2101

Care

Replenishment – recommended 1-2 times a year.

Step 1: Clean the surface with a mild soapy water solution. Wipe the surface dry.

Step 2: Applya neutral furniture oil with a soft cloth. Excess oil must be removed 30 minutes after application.

Step 3: Polish with a clean cloth until an even look is attained. The oil will not harden until after 12 hours. Do not cover any of the surface until the oil has hardened.

 

Re-treatment in case of extra wear and tear read here

Variations

Stilk Side Table, Oak

Stilk Side Table, Oak

605 

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Materials: Solid Polish Oak. Raw Brass Detail

Place of Origin: Made in Poland

Details

Dimensions: L: 37 cm, H: 72 cm, W: 35 cm, Table Heights: 48, 54, 60 cm

Net weight: 5 kg

Finish: Natural Oil Finish

Designed by: Herman Studio

Product number: 2101

Care

Replenishment – recommended 1-2 times a year.

Step 1: Clean the surface with a mild soapy water solution. Wipe the surface dry.

Step 2: Applya neutral furniture oil with a soft cloth. Excess oil must be removed 30 minutes after application.

Step 3: Polish with a clean cloth until an even look is attained. The oil will not harden until after 12 hours. Do not cover any of the surface until the oil has hardened.

 

Re-treatment in case of extra wear and tear read here

Variations

A mobile and versatile side table. The table is visually very light as the tabletop is only mounted on one leg and therefore seems to hover in the air. The slightly built tabletophas three different height settings regulated by a brass rod. This renders it suitable as a side table for a sofa or armchair, as a bedside table or simply as a freestanding table.

The development of the Stilk Side Table started with the idea of creating an extremely light construction that rests on a solid monolith. Our aim is to challenge the construction of a table and make something which seems to hover in the air. Through studying bent surfaces and counterweight we figured out the mold of the tabletop.

– Herman Studio

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