AL WOOD is a side table which complements the Smart Wood collection. It features a structure made from chrome-plated or painted steel, combined with a curved wooden top. A practical, useful piece, Al Wood bring an elegant presence to any room. Available with a light wood top and chrome structure or with a dark wood top and black and chrome structure.
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