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Designed in 1950 by iconic duo Charles and Ray Eames, the white LTR Occasional Table is an instantly recognisable design classic.
Seen throughout the iconic Eames House, the versatile LTR Occasional Table can be used for a multitude of purposes. Displayed individually or in groups, the table remains a striking design feature whether used as a bedside table or as a side table in living areas.
Expertly crafted with a chrome-plated steel frame, the table is finished with an elegant white laminated birch plywood table top.
An elegant and distinctive design, the LTR Occasional Table is instantly recognisable as an authentic Eames piece and is crafted to exacting standards by prestigious collective Vitra.
- Expertly designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950
- Crafted to exacting standards by Vitra
- Features a statement chrome-plated steel frame