Multifunctional coffee table
TENDER is a multifunctional coffee table with an ironic look: the perfect furnishing accessory for a modern bedroom or a young living area.
TENDER is made of metal coated in the most fashionable tones and is fitted with an integrated cable hole that allows you to insert and conceal every type of power cable (smartphone or tablet charger cable, or the power supply cable of a small lamp, etc).
The three cable hole tidies in three colours, included in the packaging and allowing several colour combinations, are the playful and distinguishing element of this coffee table.
Its shape allows it to be used in many different ways, for example as side table next to the sofa or the bed, or in any other area of the home wherever a lightweight and easy to move extra surface is convenient.
This makes TENDER a funny and handy furnishing accessory in every environment.
TENDER belongs to CODE, the range of extra-ordinary, ironic and amazing accessories designed by young talents of the Italian design.
Designed by: Busetti Garuti Redaelli
|Dimensions||15.75 x 15.75 x 21.75 in|
Matt Optic White, Sky Blue, Matt Red
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