Vitra's Eames Occasional Table LTR is a small table with a big sense of purpose. LTR means Low Table Rod Base and was designed by Charles and Ray Eames, who used it in their own home in a variety of different ways.

It creates a little elevated surface at key points in the home: A place for your keys in the hallway, a bedside table, somewhere to rest your drink next to a lounge chair or perhaps in a group to create a flexible coffee table. A number of these tables are still found in the Eames House today. Standing individually or in groups and decorated with objects from the Eames collection.

The LTR is available with a chrome-plated or black powder-coated base and a choice of table tops: solid wood with a natural finish, veneer on plywood, HPL on plywood or gold leaf on plywood with a transparent coating.

Eames Occasional Table LTR
by Vitra

Oiled Oak
Oiled Walnut
White HPL / Plywood
Black HPL / Plywood
Gold Leaf / Plywood
$342.00

Vitra's Eames Occasional Table LTR is a small table with a big sense of purpose. LTR means Low Table Rod Base and was designed by Charles and Ray Eames, who used it in their own home in a variety of different ways.

It creates a little elevated surface at key points in the home: A place for your keys in the hallway, a bedside table, somewhere to rest your drink next to a lounge chair or perhaps in a group to create a flexible coffee table. A number of these tables are still found in the Eames House today. Standing individually or...

Vitra's Eames Occasional Table LTR is a small table with a big sense of purpose. LTR means Low Table Rod Base and was designed by Charles and Ray Eames, who used it in their own home in a variety of different ways.

It creates a little elevated surface at key points in the home: A place for your keys in the hallway, a bedside table, somewhere to rest your drink next to a lounge chair or perhaps in a group to create a flexible coffee table. A number of these tables are still found in the Eames House today. Standing individually or in groups and decorated with objects from the Eames collection.

The LTR is available with a chrome-plated or black powder-coated base and a choice of table tops: solid wood with a natural finish, veneer on plywood, HPL on plywood or gold leaf on plywood with a transparent coating.

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Dimensions:-
Width: 39.2 cm, Depth: 33.5 cm, Height: 25 cm
Product shipped in a nicely presented gift box.
Wooden table top: solid wood with oiled finish; natural oak, smoked oak or American walnut.
HPL table top: plywood core, high-pressure laminate surface.
Gold leaf table top: plywood core, gilded surface with transparent coating.
Veneer table top: American cherry.
Base: steel wire, chrome-plated or powder-coated in Basic Dark colour.

Samples of the table top materials are available to loan from Really Well Made. Please get in touch for details.

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C&J (London, GB)
RWM never disappoints

Beautiful table, perfect size and pairs well with the black Eames chair. Great communication and customer service from RWM. Thank you!

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S B (Nottingham, GB)
Stunning product and excellent service

Thank you, RWM team for the side table. It is beautiful (definitely the right choice to go for Walnut on black). The table came well packaged and to timescale. Highly recommended and I appreciate the care RWM take.

Charles and Ray Eames

This product is designed by
Charles and Ray Eames

Charles and Ray were a married couple who fundamentally changed the way furniture and buildings are designed and manufactured - playing a large role at the inception of the Modernist movement. They worked with Herman Miller and then later Vitra in the 1950’s to pioneer new technologies in moulded plywood, plastic resin and wire mesh products.

Charles was by highly influenced by the Finnish Architect Eliel Saarinen who encouraged Eames to move to Michigan to further study Architecture at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. He became friends with Eliel’s son Eero and together they created a prize-winning furniture entry for New York’s MOMA museum ‘Organic Design in Home Furnishings’ competition. Ray Eames was born as...

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