Sebastopol Small Low Table
designed by Emilia Borgthorsdottir
At A Glance:
Simple yet engaging. Solid yet open. Both surface and storage. The Sebastopol Table redefines the occasional table. It moves easily and invites interaction. Pull it closer to make it your own. Push several together to create a generous centerpiece for groups, or a unique coffee table. Sebastopol's surprising interior gloss either contrasts or converges with your exterior veneer choice. It's a coffee table, end table, and occasional table all in one.
- Oak or walnut veneer outer surfaces
- Gloss laminate interior in 5 colors
- Concealed non-marking adjustable nylon glides
- level™ 1 certified
Materials & MeasurementsMaterials:
The Sebastopol Small Low Table is made up of an oak or walnut wood veneer exterior with a glossy laminate interior. On the bottom are concealed adjustable glides with non-marking nylon pads.
Sebastopol Small Low Table dimensions:
Overall: 23" d x 27" w x 16" h
Environmental InformationRead more about Coalesse's environmental policies.
Coalesse designs its products in a way that minimizes the use of co-mingled components, making disassembly and recycling easier.
About the ManufacturerCoalesse furniture brings a new vision to the workplace and the home. With a refined, unique sense of style and a dedication to utilizing premium quality materials, Coalesse has created a rich selection of furniture for a variety of spaces. It has also set a new standard for sustainable design and manufacturing processes; a product's impact on the earth is considered and taken into account at every step of Coalesse's production process.
Emilia Borgthorsdottir was born in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland. She graduated from the Art Institute of California in Industrial Design and went on to open her own studio in San Francisco, called emiliaBorgthor in 2010. Emilia uses her past career as a physical therapist to integrate ergonomic functions into her pieces. In 2011 she debuted the Sebastopol occasional tables at NeoCon. Emilia states that she calls upon all of her past experiences to influence the designs she does today.