Design Peter J. Lassen for MONTANA
Dream is a practical one drawer bedside table supported by white lacquered fine legs.
Dream will be perfect in any kind of space, thanks to its reduced dimensions, beautiful proportions and original colors.
It is made of 12 mm thick MDF, treated with a hardening lacquer. The sanded surface receives two coats of water-based finishing lacquer, thereby guaranteeing hight quality and great resitance to wear.
Color lacquered MDF.
L 35,4 * P 30 *H 48 cm (included legs)
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