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Lyra Occasional Tables

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Features & Highlights

  • Features hallmarks of mid-century design and complement any environment
  • Its use of mixed materials creates a dynamic visual that bridges the gap between formal and informal settings
  • Ideal for creating aestheticcally pleasing interiors
  • Available in three base styles - lounge (sled), parlor (wood) or club (pedestal)
  • Tops available with veneer or laminate finishes, including white markerboard

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  • Laminate tops are 1-1/4" thick MDF with high-pressure laminate facing and a self edge
  • Wood tops are 1-1/4" thick laminated hardwood plywood with wood veneer face that is beech, maple, or walnut, depending on customer specification
  • Sled bases are constructed of 3/4" O.D. x 14-gauge round steel tubing welded to a 10-gauge steel mounting plate
  • Parlor bases are constructed of 6/4 select beech hardwood dried to a moisture content of less than 6%
  • Club bases are constructed with 14-gague steel that is chrome-plated or powder coated

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Product Story
As part of the Lyra™ lounge collection, Lyra occasional tables feature hallmarks of mid-century design that provide a powerful yet understated visual language to complement any environment. Through the use of mixed materials, Lyra occasional tables achieve a dynamic visual that bridges the gap between formal and informal settings. Lyra occasional tables are ideal for creating an aesthetically pleasing interior with three base styles - lounge (sled), parlor (wood) or club (pedestal). Tops can be specified in laminate or veneer. For added fun and functionality, markerboard tops are also available.

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