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Ahoy by Mitab

Created by designer Daniel Enoksson for Mitab as an alternative to the classic pedestal table, Ahoy takes inspiration from the ship bollards used to secure boats to a mooring line.


Thanks to its shape, Ahoy can be used alone or to overlap over the arm of a sofa or armchair, adding a dose of flexibility to any interior space, particularly hospitality settings.


Ahoy is made at Mitab's factory in Sweden of molded plywood and its table top is available in ash veneer, clear lacquer, or cover stained.


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Posted July 7th, 2017 by staffwriternj

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