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Moroccan Console Table


moroccan console table
    console table
  • (Console Tables) Tables made for fixing against a wall and having no legs at the back. They came into fashion early in the eighteenth century, and were made often in pairs.
  • A table meant to be displayed against a wall. It may be attached to the wall with only two front legs or freestanding on four legs.
  • a small table fixed to a wall or designed to stand against a wall
  • A table supported by ornamented brackets, either movable or fixed against a wall
    moroccan
  • a native or inhabitant of Morocco
  • of or relating to or characteristic of Morocco or its people; "Moroccan mosques cannot be entered by infidels"
  • (morocco) a kingdom (constitutional monarchy) in northwestern Africa with a largely Muslim population; achieved independence from France in 1956
moroccan console table - Boca Rattan
Boca Rattan Moroccan 3 Tier Console Table
Boca Rattan Moroccan 3 Tier Console Table
Is your living room missing something? A specially crafted rattan console table from Boca Rattan is the perfect way to add interesting style and functional substance to your living room, dining room or entryway. Add this table to the back of a sofa, or place it against a bare wall to brighten up your living space. This beautiful table is perfect for displaying items like plants and lamps, or for keeping keys, cell phones and reading materials within easy reach Rattan is one of the oldest materials used to make furniture. Rattan is a vine, found in Southeast Asia. Typically rattan can grow up to 500 feet in length with a diameter up to 2 inches. When harvested, the vine is cut at the base, so that the vine can continue to grow and be harvest again. The rattan is then sorted by length and diameter. Every bit of the vine is used. Unlike bamboo, which is hollow, rattan is solid and thus can be joined together by screws and then bound by leather to strengthen the joints and to aesthetically camouflage it. To get the desired shape of the furniture, the rattan is soaked and steamed in water, so that the vine is flexible and can be moulded into the desired shape of the furniture. Recommended regular cleaning: It is recommended that a gentle bi-weekly or monthly cleaning is the best way to protect your furniture and keep it looking its best. We recommend vacuuming with a brush attachment to remove dust. For surface cleaning, dilute a small amount of dishwashing soap in some warm water. Remove excess bubbles from the top of the water, dampen a cloth and gently wipe the furniture\'s surface without getting the wood too wet. Be sure to get into cr

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Love Chair in Moroccan Blue
Love Chair in Moroccan Blue
Newcastle-based design team Deadgood collaborated with leading northern furniture retailer Barker & Stonehouse to create an exciting capsule furniture collection with a cunning twist. The Love Collection comprises three products; a console, Chesterfield chair and mirror, all designed to showcase the best of British craftsmanship and linked by a common, compassionate theme. Native oak is the material of choice, harking back to traditional British furniture designs of the past, more specifically the Georgian period, while keeping in mind contemporary styling. The use of the heart motif is not meant to be soppy, but rather a cheeky little design device made to appeal to the English eccentric in all of us. Look out for its more subtle application on the button detailing of the chair and also the table joints!
Moroccan Pancake
Moroccan Pancake
Moroccan Pancake (Milwi)

moroccan console table
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