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Coffee Table With Stool

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  • low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served
  • A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.
  • (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.
  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
  • lure with a stool, as of wild fowl
  • fecal matter: solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels
  • a simple seat without a back or arms
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  • Cut back (a plant) to or near ground level in order to induce new growth
coffee table with stool - BABYBJÖRN Safe
BABYBJÖRN Safe Step, White
BABYBJÖRN Safe Step, White
"I can do it myself!" Toddlers are at a stage of development in which they are discovering their identities and learning autonomy. But sometimes, when things are out of reach, they need a little boost. This is where the Safe Step Stool from Baby Bjorn comes in. With the Baby Bjorn Safe Step your child can safely and easily reach things around the house. The step stool's rubber padded legs stabilize the step stool and prevent sliding. The rubber matting on top of the step creates a no-slip surface for your child to stand on. The Safe Step stool truly lives up to its name. Every toddler deserves one!

When little ones are finally big enough to brush their teeth at the bathroom counter, they may still need a little help reaching it. The BABYBJORN Safe Step (White) is a sturdy, lightweight stool that features a non-slip surface and helps children feel independent and secure when they are stepping up to reach the sink, counter, or toilet.
Safe Step

At a Glance:
Ages: 1+
Warranty: 2-Year Express Warranty
Ideal for:
Who: Parents, grandparents, and caregivers.
What: To help kids reach high surfaces such as counters and sinks.
Where: Bathroom, kitchen, and bedroom.
Related Accessories:

Toilet Trainer

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Both the top and bottom of the Safe Step have non-slip surfaces for safety.

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Step Stool with Two Non-slip Surfaces for Safety
The Safe Step provides comfort and security for both kids and parents, thanks to its two non-slip surfaces. The bottom of the stool features strong, firmly-attached rubber feet that ensure the stool won't slide on the floor while someone is standing on it.
The top of the stool also features a non-slip rubber surface that provides traction for children to stand safely and confidently. Made of durable, PVC-free, BPA-free recyclable plastic, this sturdy step holds up for long-term use.
Transports Easily and Works in Any Room
Measuring 13.5 x 9.25 x 6 inches (L x W x H) and weighing 1.5 pounds, the Safe Step is simple to transport from room to room. Use it to give children that little boost they need for reaching items around the house, or keep it in the bathroom, so they can feel independent washing their hands and using the toilet on their own.
The Safe Step is an ideal match for the BABYBJORN Toilet Trainer.
Cleans Easily and Comes in Fun Colors
Like all BABYBJORN products, the Safe Step is a winner when it comes to style. The stool comes in six vibrant color combinations, including Red/Blue, Blue/Red, White/Black, Pink/White, Green/Yellow and Yellow/Green. Thanks to its playful, modern appearance, the step is fun for your child and won't interfere with your home decor.
And with its smooth, rounded features that repel dirt, the step is extremely easy to clean with a simple hot water rinse.
About BABYBJORN: Quality, Safety, and Style
A family owned company headquartered in Sweden, BABYBJORN has been producing innovative childcare products since 1961. Today, BABYBJORN works with an international network of pediatricians to develop products that reflect its core philosophy of quality, safety, and style.
BABYBJORN ensures the quality of each of its products--in terms of both durability and environmental impact--by scrupulously overseeing every stage of the design and manufacturing process. Safety is also guaranteed through rigorous screening by industrial designers, testing institutes, and medical experts. This exacting attention to detail has earned BABYBJORN international recognition for its success in creating products that balance usability with style.
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Explored. I think. #323 on 21st Feb. (Not that it matters because I don't understand the whole 'explore thing anyway.) A lack of a desk often means that the coffee table (or the living room floor) is comandeered for whatever creative pursuits I may busy myself with. This most possibly (read 'probably') gives Mike a reasonable measure of aggravation, varying in seriousness and much dependent on whether I get in the way or not (though the aesthetics of my clutter further depress him). I can't wait for the day I get a room where I can have a desk, bookcases and a small bed or easy chair for quick naps and drifing off. It will be a cosy and comfortable room, and one perhaps that I would spend more time in instead of the living room. We do have a spare room with which we could've done all that, but as storage space (and space in general) is quite limited, my plans to take over that room have been put on hold. For now. Or at least until I win the National Lottery and pot enough to get a decent-sized house. In other news; I have been catching up with recent events in my scrapbook/journal thing. Still got to document most of January, though I've made good start with February. I think this is compensation for the fact I seldom blog these days. Saying that, I have in the middle of a write-up about the recent spell in hospital (it was certainly worth writing about, and not in a good way either, let's put it that way). There's some memories a human just can't erase, no matter how hard they try. The course of prednisolone that I was given from the hospital has been doing its various damages and repairs. My asthma and eczema is certainly not giving me any bother and my eyes don't seem so sore anymore, but I seem to suffering several of the the physical side effects, not to mention the side effects affecting mental health (I get a rapid change in mood when Mike leaves me for work and I am alone). The amusing thing about the medication's instructions is that unless you get problems with your stools, continue with the medication, but let your doctor know. That makes it all alright, does it? I think I have a couple more days to go on this course, which I will be glad to be rid of, as trying to swallow eight of the tablets in various fashions around meal time is proving difficult with the Darwin-awful taste of the things. All Rights Reserved, as stated. Re-posts are with express permission only. You may not use this image, edit it or alter it in any way (and as a result, claim the image or the derivative as your own). And it's not for Tumblr either.
Snake River Gorge -- Coffee Table
Snake River Gorge -- Coffee Table
Tim's free-form coffee table of quilted maple and walnut with brass. He titled this piece "Snake River Gorge because the opening on the table-top reveals the quilted maple below and it looks like the snake river looks when it passes through a deep gorge on it's way into an underground aquifer.

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