Counter-Height Craft Table Crea Pure White

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Sale price$439.35 Regular price$505.00


Ref.: SO 7550729B1 / SO 7550729B2
Manufacturer: South Shore

Whatever you’re into – be it crafts, sewing, or jewelry making – every artist needs a dedicated work space. This high table from the Crea collection means you can set up your own creative space, so you won’t have to take over the kitchen table and put everything away when you’re done. And the height means you can work standing up or sitting on a stool!

Product dimensions :

SO 7550729B1 : 60.59'' (L) x 27.6'' (D) x 3.86'' (H)
SO 7550729B2 : 41.46'' (L) x 14.65'' (D) x 6.57'' (H)

Includes 4 gray storage baskets (2 medium size and 2 large ones) with turquoise accents, ideal for keeping your things organized – and they work perfectly with the table’s own storage spaces! 50% polyester, 50% polypropylene
Large work surface is covered with a material more resistant to water and scratches, making it easier to wash – perfect for whatever you’re doing. Handy storage drawer under the work surface
Storage space on either side, designed as 2 interchangeable modules
First module (front): One open storage space and 2 storage spaces behind door separated by a removable shelf. First module (side): 2 narrow storage spaces that can be accessed from inside, separated by a fixed shelf – ideal for binders and magazines, and a small bin for keeping rolls of wrapping paper
Second module (side): 2 sections with a rod for holding rolls of ribbon; 10 separate open storage spaces created by 8 adjustable shelves that can be slanted
All surfaces are laminated, so you can also place this worktable in the centre of a room
Metal drawer slides
Accessories not included
Requires complete assembly by 2 adults (tools not included)
Ships in 2 boxes, make sure to have a friend with you
Packaging tested and certified to reduce the risk of damage during shipment
Made in Canada with non-toxic laminated particleboard
5-year limited guarantee on furniture, 30-day satisfaction guarantee on accessories.


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