78 days ago

IKEA Kvistbro Side / Storage Tables (2)

Susan from Westmere

I have two of these great tables available which were used for staging and are in excellent condition.

You can store everything from throws and pillows to newspapers and yarn in the basket - or let it stay empty to give an open, spacious feeling.
The handle in the top makes it easy to open and get to things stored in the basket and at 3.4 kgs, it is light and easy to move.
Suitable for use as a coffee table, side table or as I used for staging as bedside tables. Big enough to get the whole weekend newspaper on!

These retail for $129 - you can have both for less than the price of one.

Height: 42 cm
Diameter: 61 cm

Base material: Steel, Pigmented epoxy/polyester powder coating, Colour White
Table top: Fibreboard, Acrylic paint, Colour White

Collect from Westmere - smoke free and lovely clean home.

Price: $100

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