Midcentury Lane Snack End Tables (Set of 2)
We are absolutely in love with this solid wood Mid-century modern set of low end tables. Each table features the iconic midcentury streamlined style with wood legs with painted black tips. Has a lovely mix of wood types and grains that give this a lovely visual look.
These are lower in height based on the lower sofas of the era. Perfect size for a corner plant stand in a window, or by a lounge chair to read and have a surface to place other items etc. Could be used anywhere needing a surface. These tables are in good vintage condition, only one has a slight crack on the underside that doesn't hurt the integrity of these pieces.
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Each Measures - 17.75" L x 17 5/8" W x 14.25" H
Lane Furniture was founded in 1912 in Altavista, Virginia, and became known for producing high-quality furniture at affordable prices.
The Midcentury Snack Table was designed in the 1950s and quickly became a popular piece of furniture in homes across the United States. It is a small table that is designed to be placed next to a chair or sofa and used as a place to hold snacks, drinks, or other small items. The table is typically made of wood, with a simple, clean design that reflects the midcentury modern aesthetic that was popular at the time.
One of the unique features of the Lane Midcentury Snack Table is its ability to slide over the arm of a chair or sofa, making it a convenient and functional piece of furniture for small spaces. This feature, along with its stylish design, made it a popular choice for homeowners looking for both form and function in their furniture.
Today, the Lane Midcentury Snack Table is still a popular piece of furniture among collectors and fans of midcentury modern design. It is considered a classic example of the style and is often featured in home decor magazines and design blogs.