sidetable

sidetable

(ˈsaɪdteɪbəl)
n
a small table at the side of a room
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So a big pigeon pie was brought in and put on a sidetable, and I made a hearty supper, for I was as hungry as a hawk, while Mr.
Above, Grosvenor maxi sofa; PS2,375, Grosvenor snuggler; PS1,785, Glaston sidetable PS479, Glaston coffee table; PS555, Sand black floor lamp; PS199.
'It gives a spacious feel, especially in a small apartment, as you can see air and space through them.' Suitcase sidetable, PS204.50 Metal storage trunks, PS88.50 You never think, I've got too much storage space.
"Loo glass." Zintle pointed to a wineglass on a sidetable in the bedroom.
I lounged on the big sofa set, tested out the cushioned white chairs, and noticed lovely touches like a little white teapot set on the sidetable, which complemented the setting.
Tenders are invited for Sidetable Wooden Size-3Feetx2-1/2 Feetx18 Inch Made With 18Mm Commercial Board With Teak Ply As Per Approved With Cpu, Keyboard And Other Adjustment Note:- Catalogue Must Be Attached With Your Offer
Hand-built to order, the piece can be used as either a seat or sidetable, and is available in bronze (pictured) and aluminum.
Retro sidetable PS379.99 a pair, Soda sofa PS599, green retro cushions PS7.93 each, Wallace throw PS12.97, verissimo cushion cover PS6.99, mocha arch floor lamp PS49.99, retro sideboard PS499.99, key lime glass frame PS2.99, key lime glass bottle vases PS4.99, all Dunelm Mill.
The telephone dangled and then fell from Derek's trembling hand, clattering among the Hummel figurines on his French Provincial sidetable. Drawing in a shuddering breath, his mind reeled with the crude and violent threat of that, that ...
The boy takes the towel, coughs, reaches for a bowl on the sidetable, coughs into it, gives the bowl to Ian and lies down again, face down.