Neglected for most of her career, EILEEN GRAY (1878-1976) is now regarded as one of the most important furniture designers and architects of the early 20th century and the most influential woman in those fields. Her work inspired both modernism and Art Deco.

 

In the August 1917 issue of British Vogue magazine a writer described the work of Miss Gray, a lacquer artist who had fled her home in Paris to seek refuge in London during World War I. “Influenced by the modernists is Miss Gray’s art, so they say,” it began. “But is it not rather that she stands alone, unique, the champion of a singularly free method of expression.”

One of most iconic piece of works is her table from 1927 and reflects her desire for functional perfection. Originally conceived as a bedside table for the guest room in Gray's famous E. 1027 house in Cap Martin (her sister was fond of breakfast in bed), it is also useful as a side table in living rooms, office reception areas or, (thanks to durable materials), on the terrace. Our Eileen Gray table brings a simple yet incredible impression to your room .Its purist aesthetic complements a wide range of furnishings and settings. This designer inspired telescopic end table is a perfect example of simplicity making a statement.

 

 Premium Version with all authentic original design details

 Truly a modern classic

 Chrome steel frame

 5mm thick Tempered glass

 Tempered glass with protective ring around center hole

Simple assembly required