occasional table

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occasional table

n
a small table with no regular use
Translations

occasional table

occasional table

ntavolino (che si usa saltuariamente)
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Its product offerings are different sofas, loveseats, chairs, reclining and rocker-reclining chairs, swivel rockers, sofa beds, convertible bedding units, occasional tables, desks, dining tables and chairs and bedroom furniture.
From occasional tables and chairs to wall art, home accents and lighting and lamps, gold accents are adding glamour to designs and adding a new level of sophistication absent in recent years after heavy focus on contemporary rustic and farmhouse chic and industrial looks.
The living room has two white fabric sofas and occasional tables and the kitchen diner has a table and four chairs.
The contract is for the supply of accommodation facility equipment including wooden structure desks, tables at the computer and printer, office and conference tables, cabinets and shelving, wooden hangers, occasional tables.
Oriental-inspired ceramic stools can be used indoors or out as occasional tables, additional seating or as sources of decor and colour.
Shop around for a dining table as a perfect centrepiece or for occasional tables to dot around and showcase objects and accessories.
Sells bedroom sets, mattresses and pillows, recliners, rockers and gliders; living-room and dinning sets;futons and daybeds; barstools and pub tables; kid's furniture; wall units and occasional tables.
He has a taste for still-life detail (vases of flowers, books, occasional tables, slatted shutters) in modulated light and faint shadow which bring the two earlier artists together, most markedly in his portrait (1970-71) of the clothes-designers Ossie and Celia Clark.
Wanek founded Ashley Furniture Industries in the early 1970s and has taken Ashley from a modest manufacturer of occasional tables to the largest furniture manufacturer in the world, with sophisticated global sourcing and domestic production, and the second-largest retailer in the United States in 2005.
In addition, the company has also developed its own fine of cabinets and furniture, which include blanket chests, occasional tables, office furniture and multi-purpose tabletops.
Ukiyo occasional tables by Kazuhiko Tomita for Moroso inspired by the luxuriance of Japanese kimono fabrics.
Other products in the line, all made from recycled aluminum, plastic, glass, steel, and wood, include occasional tables, coat racks, and candle holders.