Side table Jardin Laurier

Anis et Céladon

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Small coffee table, bedside table or end of sofa. The mosaic decor consists of hand-cut earthenware tiles and round pieces.
  • Material : Faience tiles, glazed ceramic
  • Color : Green meadow, green anise
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Side table Jardin Laurier

Anis et Céladon

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Small coffee table, bedside table or end of sofa. The mosaic decor consists of hand-cut earthenware tiles and round stoneware pieces. MDF wood support painted in matt gray. Waterproof and anti-stain gray cement seal.

  • Type precision : sculpture
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Style : Scandinavian
  • Adjustable piece : Yes
  • Dimensions : Diameter 40 cm, height 40 cm
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Type precision : Occasional table and bedside table

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

The table "Jardin Laurier" is suitable for indoor use. It is wooden, the feet are easily removable. The mosaic surface cleans and maintains itself like a tile (with a damp sponge or with a mild detergent), it supports the heat.

The floral decoration of the "Jardin" and "Magnolias" tables evokes the textile motifs. It is a composition of shapes and colors, but also reflections because the surface is very bright, almost like a mirror. The play of reflections gives a lot of personality to this small table, it is a small furniture with strong presence.

Delivered disassembled, in a flat pack. The assembly is extremely simple: just screw the 3 feet, by hand.

Craftsman

If Delphine Lescuyer chose the mosaic, it is by immoderate taste of the heterogeneity, the mixture, the contrast ... and the balance. His creations aim to compose a sketch from a disparity, and to produce an emotion born of this alchemy.