Emerson Outdoor Side Table

$1,150.00
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Natural Rattan
-2 in stock

Designed by Louise Roe

Sustainable

Handmade

Ships Globally

Description

Ready for the garden or the living room, the Emerson side table is part of our first outdoor rattan collection. Handcrafted by artisans, Louise's design calls to mind antique rattan pieces from the Belle Epoque, perfect for a slow afternoon in the sunshine with friends. The Emerson collection also includes a beautiful armchair, which looks lovely nestled next to the side table, plus a dining table and dining chairs. 

Our Emerson collection has been treated with a water-repelling finish, making it suitable for outdoor use, except in extreme weather. 

For a limited time, save 10% when you purchase three or more pieces from the Emerson Collection - your discount will appear automatically at checkout. Terms & conditions apply.

Composition

Natural Rattan, Synthetic Rattan Green/Clay Strand

Dimensions & Care

Height: 70cm. Top: 40cm W x 50cm L. Base: 59cm W x 46cm L.

Height: 27.5". Top: 15.7" W x 19.7" L. Base: 23.2" W x 18.1" L

Suitable for outdoor use. Place under cover during extreme weather. For cleaning, remove dust with a vacuum cleaner or dry brush. For a deeper clean, wipe down with a damp cloth.

Read more about how to clean your rattan items.

International Delivery

Please note that if you are purchasing from outside of the UK, you may be charged an import tax. This is the customer's responsibility to pay.

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