Model 266 Console Table

SKU: BRM-266-E-O
$1,899.00 Regular price




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Width 41.75"
Height 28.5"
Depth 15"
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The console table with a glass top and drawer is a solid-wood beauty! One glance at this console table, and you'll recognize the pure Scandinavian design. But take a closer look, and you'll quickly love its finer details. First, you'll notice the carefully executed finishing that makes it come alive, revealing its unique beauty. Then, you'll remark on the elegantly inserted glass top that turns a functional piece into fine-quality furnishing. And finally, you'll appreciate the clean, organic design that all but gives away the country of its creation. The console table is made in Denmark for Hansen Interiors. You can get your console table in any of the four solid wood choices. Shown in Walnut

No matter your wood choice, the coffee table's standard oil finish keeps your table looking fresh and new for years to come. Here in Wisconsin, we suggest oiling in Spring and Fall. Light scratches? No worries. Since the coffee table is all solid wood, you can quickly remove light scratches using fine sandpaper or #0000 steel wool. Give the table a light sanding, then re-oil with our Zinolin Teak Oil or Scand-Oil for Oak, and your table is as good as new! When in doubt, feel free to contact us.

  • Solid wood
  • Wood choices: Teak, Walnut, Cherry and Oak
  • Standard finish: Oiled
  • Optional finish, upon request: Lacquered
  • Glass color options: Black, White, Red
  • Optional wood top available
  • Solid Wood
  • Glass
Taking care of your solid-wood furnishings is critical to their long and beautiful life with you. Solid wood is a living, breathing material, so its structure is affected by its surroundings' temperature and humidity.
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Brink Møbler

Cabinet maker Jakob Brink (1930-1999) wanted to be an architect. But such education was an expensive adventure in the 1950s, and Jakob had a family to care for. When his mother-in-law presented him with a newspaper clipping of a workshop on sale in Gelsted, Vestfyn, Jakob seized the opportunity. And what a great choice! His furniture production began in 1961, and during the next few decades, Brink Møbler grew more significant, with sales expanding outside the Danish borders.

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