Wall Street Table
Where versatility meets minimalist elegance
The Wall Street table presents a sophisticated canvas for architects and interior designers alike. With its elegantly understated powder coated metal base, it exudes a minimalist charm that effortlessly complements modern aesthetics. Offering two height options, accommodating both coffee and meeting table requirements, its versatility knows no bounds. Tailor your vision by selecting a top finish that resonates with your design concept, providing a diverse palette for creativity in various shapes and sizes. Immerse yourself in the timeless allure of the Wall Street table and elevate your design space to new heights.
- An understated powder coated metal base exuding minimalist charm.
- Available in two height options, catering to both coffee and meeting table needs.
- Complements contemporary design concepts with its sleek base.
- Provides a diverse palette for design creativity and personalization.
- Adds a touch of timeless allure to any interior space.
- Crafted with quality materials for long-lasting use.
- Elevates the overall look and feel of your design workspace.
Melamine & Laminate
For general care and maintenance, a cloth dampened with water or used with an environmentally friendly all-purpose cleaner can be used to remove most spills and marks. Surfaces will generally resist staining, however spills such as beetroot, grape or berry juice, first aid preparations, concentrated bleach oven cleaners, dishwasher detergents, hair colouring and artificial dyes, and solvent based pen ink should be wiped away promptly to prevent stains. By gently rubbing the surface with a clean, dry cloth the natural brightness of the laminate surface will be restored.
Melamine and laminate surfaces will enjoy a long lifespan with a few sensible precautions. Avoid using scourers and abrasives as they will damage the surface. Using waxes and polishes will dull the shine of the surface so should be avoided. Cleaners products that are strongly acidic, alkaline or contain bleach should not be used for cleaning as they may etch the surface.
Metal surfaces should be cleaned at least once a year, more frequently in areas that are affected by salt. Remove any surface deposits with a soft wet sponge, and clean by gently rubbing the surface with a soft, non-abrasive brush and a mild detergent. Stubborn surface stains will require the use of a solvent such as isopropyl alcohol or methylated spirits, rinsing afterwards with water. After cleaning dry all metal surfaces with a soft clean cloth.
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