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Susy Side Table, Antique

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Item Description

The Suzy Side Table creates a cozy, summerhouse atmosphere when paired with a chaise lounge or chair. A continuous lower shelf adds storage space for books and newspapers. The side table is made from strong, maintenance-free fibers woven on an aluminum frame for lasting durability.

Features

  • Indoor or covered outdoor use.

About Sika

Since 1950 Sika-Design has created handmade furniture with comfort, quality and sustainability as the main requirements for the design and the manufacturing process. Based in Denmark and known for their wicker furniture, they still carry iconic products from designers like Arne Jacobsen, Franco Albini and Nanna Ditzel. Sika-Design is certified for both Social and Environmental accountability (SA8000 and ISO14001).
Dimensions
  • Overall: 20"H x 23"W x 23"D
Specifications
  • Care: Wash with water mixed with mild soap and remove stains with a sponge or medium brush.
Material
  • Polyethylene
  • Aluminum
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