Product description

The console table has a lift-up top entirely covered in Saddle Extra leather both inside and outside. The round mirror and key tray make this piece of furniture even more functional.

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Concept

The Ren furnishing accessory collection is the result of studies of the home entryway by Neri & Hu.

This collection showcases the nature of the domestic throughway, with a series of objects that are hybrid in their function and materials and it comprises of free-standing mirror coat rack, small table, console table, wall-mounted mirror coat rack and valet stand. Each product of the collection is in wood, brass and leather and are refined in the manufacture and shape, welcoming the guests with the undistinguishable elegance of Poltrona Frau.

For each side of these accessories, Neri & Hu has copied the shape of the Chinese ideogram “ren”, which means “person, human being”.
This collection provides a personal and a private feel thanks to its minimalist design, details and accessories. All the items can also be used in different rooms of the home, from living areas to bedrooms, bathrooms or even studies. Ren Collection has been designed to complete the look of the living space with a discrete and comfortable approach.

Each complementary furnishing unit features a different combination of similar elements.
The supporting frame is in solid Canaletto walnut. All the flat surfaces are in birch plywood covered in Saddle Extra leather, with the sides finished in Canaletto walnut veneer. The brass parts have been given a protective clear matt surface treatment.
The mirrors are characterised by a brass frame covered in Saddle Extra leather and the back in birch plywood with Canaletto walnut veneer
Mirrors and trays hang from the upper crosspiece of the frame on an elegant hook in brushed steel with a brass-finish galvanic treatment.

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