Side table with storage space
Small, but nice, that's the Tiny House side table by the German young designer Lea Schöning. Inspired by the shape of a house and the emotions associated with it, the minimalist design was created from metal and solid oak wood.
White table in Scandinavian design
The powder-coated steel body is supported by a "roof" made of natural oak wood, which consists of a shelf and handle. This allows the side table to be adjusted in just a few simple steps if required.
Typically Scandinavian is the combination of natural wood and clear white. Minimalist in design, the side table is so timeless that it gives pleasure for a long time.
Minimalist design: Tiny House
The name of the table follows the trend of Tiny Houses: Small and partly mobile houses that are reduced to the essentials and thematise conscious and organised living.
Side table with compartment and tray
Whether as a bedside table next to the bed or as a side table next to a sofa or armchair, the Tiny House impresses with its modern and minimalist design and high-quality workmanship. By subdividing the table, books and magazines can be stored in the lower part, while the upper shelf serves as a tray for glasses, candles, small plants or accessories.