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The 100cm and 120cm versions have a slightly different front profile
Sliding the console on to the solid steel bracket

The Nighy console table is a wall mounted console table available in luxurious walnut or timeless oak (see separate images). The sleek elegant table has no legs and appears to effortlessly float in your hallway. From a practical view this also helps to maintain a feeling of space in what can be a restricted area. The table has a generously sized drawer with the curved shape forming the handle. The solid timber edges are rounded to reduce wear and the front is made from a continuous plank so that the grain runs through.


The underside of the tapered profile is enclosed to form a monocoque structure which adds strength and stiffness to the table. This also helps visually to accentuate the taper when viewed from the side.

The Nighy console table has a clear matt oil and wax finish which is easy to maintain.


The heavy duty steel wall bracket is firstly fixed to the wall with the supplied high quality fixings, the table then slides onto the metal bracket and is secured. The Nighy oak console table is available in three widths to suit most entryways, shown is the 100cm wide console table in oak


Overall dimensions; Width 75cm, 100cm, 120cm, depth 25cm, height 12cm

Internal drawer dimensions for the 120cm and 100cm version are; width 43.4cm, depth 18.4 cm, height 7.2cm. Internal drawer dimensions for the 75cm version are; width 31.5cm, depth, height 7.2cm.


It can be fixed to either a solid wall or a plaster board wall, the fixings supplied are for both types of  wall. We recommend that you use a professional trades person to install the console table or a very proficient DIYer.


75cm £720. Excludes shipping and overseas crating where required.

100cm £740. Excludes shipping and overseas crating where required.

120cm £820. Excludes shipping and overseas crating where required.


Manufacture and delivery 6  weeks

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Nighy Console oak




Nighy console table in oak

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