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Eileen Gray style adjustable side table, chromed steel frame, crystal glass top, adjustable height. This table is great in reception areas, private offices or anywhere, where a small table is needed. Designed as bed side table for the guest room in Eileen Gray's house, it is said, that the design of this sleek and practical side table was inspired by her sister, who loved to have breakfast in bed. The tubular steel stem on one side allows the table to be used perfectly as a bed tray.
Our Eileen Gray style side table is high quality reproduction. It looks delicate but the chrome steel tubing as well as the tempered glass with protecting metal ring around center hole ensure its sturdy design. You can adjust the frame to the height convenient for you, so that everything is within your reach. Bring a Eileen Gray style table home today and refresh your room with simple yet functional and stylish touch!
Minimal assembly is needed for this item. The table comes in two separate boxes for frame and table top.
About Eileen Gray
Kathleen Eileen Moray Gray (August 9, 1878 – October 31, 1976) was an Irish furniture designer and architect and a pioneer of the Modern Movement in architecture. She was born on 20 August 1878, in a aristocratic family near Enniscorthy, a small market town in south eastern Ireland. Eileen Gray's father, James, was a painter who encouraged his daughter's artistic interests. She spent most of her childhood living in family homes either in Ireland or in London. After her father's death, Eileen Gray moved to Paris and continued her studies at the Académie Julian and the Académie Colarossi
Persuaded by Jean Badovici, Romanian architect and writer, Gray turned her interests to architecture. In 1924 Gray and Badovici began work on the house E-1027 in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in southern France (near Monaco). The codename stands for the names of them: E for Eileen, 10 for Jean (the tenth letter of the alphabet), 2 for Badovici and 7 for Gray. She designed the furniture as well as collaborating with Badovici on its structure. Her circular glass E-1027 table and rotund Bibendum armchair were inspired by the recent tubular steel experiments of Marcel Breuer at the Bauhaus.
* Why not check out more Modern Classic Furniture we carry? You will find various retro, modern, Bauhaus and contemporary pieces originally designed by designers such as Eileen Gray, George Nelson, Le Corbusier, Harry Bertoia, Noguchi and etc. Take your time!
You had the best price Review by Mike
There are a very many of these tables listed across the internet and I was unsure which to buy – You had the best price – No hidden shipping/handling charges that you have to be careful of with the lower quotes. The machining and chrome work are excellent. The gauge of metal is absolutely correct as you would image the original to have been. The parts fit together correctly (and is simple enough that you don’t even need instructions). I do wonder what the original protective ring was made of as this is white plastic. Some illustrations seem to show a black or steel ring. The best part is the customer service interaction that really is poised to help you and not brush you off after they have the money. One more nice touch – a little ‘gift’ in the box!
I was/am with your service Review by Todd
I just wanted to respond and let you know how happy I was/am with your service. I found what I wanted at a fantastic price. It arrived when I anticipated it would, within days of placing my no-hassle order. I look forward to future purchases with you. Thanks so much!
EXCELLENT Review by John
I can sum it up in one word; “EXCELLENT”. Thank you; we will be shopping with you again in the near future.