No Loose Ends

This contemporary end table is bringing an end to that unsightly tangle of electronics cords. Instead of clustering around outlets and along floorboards and windowsills, they disappear beneath the table's removable top. Down the center of the surface is an opening through which chargers and power cords cables can discreetly emerge, while the rest remains concealed inside. A small opening on the back of the table allows you to run a single extension cord or power strip to the outlet. Built from sturdy, high-density fiberwood and given a durable lacquer finish, the table offers both a modern accent to your decor and easy access to a whole family's worth of cell phones and laptops. Made in South Carolina.

Made in the USA
Made from
oak wood, lacquer finish, MDF wood
Measurements
16" L x 16" W x 18" H; 20 lbs.
Notes
Care: wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Some assembly required.
Item ID
23493

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