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Amsterdam Side Table

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The Amsterdam Side Table is an elegant addition to any room. A stain- and crack-resistant concrete surface rests atop black powder-coated infinity legs for an impactful ambiance.

Whether beside your bed or your office couch, the Amsterdam Side Table is modern in design and beautiful in presence.

Features Available Color/Finish: Grey Concrete The proprietary concrete surface is stain- and crack-resistant. Infinity legs coated in black powder tastefully contribute a modern aesthetic. Utilizes the trendsetting gray oak color way.
Specifications
Concrete Steel
Dimensions
Overall Size: 24W x 24D x 22H inches/ 64 Lbs
Ships within 5-7 days




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