George Nelson, 1949
The Tray Table is distinguished by its simple elegance and refined structural elements. Thanks to the easily adjustable height and asymmetric design, this small occasional table can be placed directly next to an armchair, a sofa or even a bed. This makes the Tray Table a reliable companion with many applications throughout the home.
Materials: Table top: Plywood. Base: Chrome-plated tubular steel, height-adjustable.
Dimensions: W387 x D387 x H495-695mm
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