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Made from a unique combination of acrylic and stone, the Halves Side Table is a sculptural display table that is a fit for any setting; next to the bed or sofa, in a hallway or an office.
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Designer Title MSDS Studio
Upholstery Default
Designer MSDS
Swatch color #B4B5B5
Hover farve #f7ecc8
Material Made from large casted sheets of acrylic stone composite, that are cut into shapes and welded together. Lastly, the surfaces are grinded and polished giving the side table its soft feel and seamless joints.
Cleaning instructions Please use a wet cloth to clean surface if coffee, tea or other liquids are spilled on the table surface. If the stain cannot be removed with a wet cloth, we suggest using a small amount of normal detergent together with the wet cloth. If the stain is not immediately removed upon having been made and unable to remove after, we suggest using #800 ~1200 grit sanding paper to manually polish the surface.
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Detail Background Color #e1dabb

Halves Side Table

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Halves Side Table

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  • Material

    Made from large casted sheets of acrylic stone composite, that are cut into shapes and welded together. Lastly, the surfaces are grinded and polished giving the side table its soft feel and seamless joints.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Please use a wet cloth to clean surface if coffee, tea or other liquids are spilled on the table surface. If the stain cannot be removed with a wet cloth, we suggest using a small amount of normal detergent together with the wet cloth. If the stain is not immediately removed upon having been made and unable to remove after, we suggest using #800 ~1200 grit sanding paper to manually polish the surface.

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Halves Side Table

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  • Material

    Made from large casted sheets of acrylic stone composite, that are cut into shapes and welded together. Lastly, the surfaces are grinded and polished giving the side table its soft feel and seamless joints.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Please use a wet cloth to clean surface if coffee, tea or other liquids are spilled on the table surface. If the stain cannot be removed with a wet cloth, we suggest using a small amount of normal detergent together with the wet cloth. If the stain is not immediately removed upon having been made and unable to remove after, we suggest using #800 ~1200 grit sanding paper to manually polish the surface.

 
  • Material

    Made from large casted sheets of acrylic stone composite, that are cut into shapes and welded together. Lastly, the surfaces are grinded and polished giving the side table its soft feel and seamless joints.

  • Cleaning instructions

    Please use a wet cloth to clean surface if coffee, tea or other liquids are spilled on the table surface. If the stain cannot be removed with a wet cloth, we suggest using a small amount of normal detergent together with the wet cloth. If the stain is not immediately removed upon having been made and unable to remove after, we suggest using #800 ~1200 grit sanding paper to manually polish the surface.

MSDS Studio is a Toronto based furniture, lighting, and interior design practice run by Jessica Nakanishi and Jonathan Sabine. Their work is a synthesis of Jessica's experience in interior design and Jonathan's background in furniture and cabinet making. They were named Canadian product designers of the year in 2015. Jonathan's bottle opener design is in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.