Charles Ormond Eames, Jr (1907–1978) and Bernice Alexandra "Ray" (née Kaiser) Eames (1912–1988) were American designers, who worked in and made major contributions to modern architecture and furniture. They also worked in the fields of industrial and graphic design, fine art and film.
|Eames® Wire-Base Table||10" H x 15.5" W x 13.25" D||7 lbs|
|Product Category:||End Tables|
|Wood Tone:||Light Wood|
Questions & Answers
Herman Miller ® Eames® Wire-Base Table
A timeless gift
Charles from Ann Arbor, MI– Verified Buyer
This wonderful mid-century table was a gift to my son. He has wanted the Eames Wire-Base Table for years. It was a total winner of a gift.
Kelly from San Diego, CA– Verified Buyer
This is a great item. Sturdy and elegant with a modern feel.
Eames wire-based table
Catherine from Piermont, NY– Verified Buyer
Know this table well. It was exactly what I expected, delivered in a timely fashion, looks great, no hassles.
Joerg Bonarius from Hoboken, NJ– Verified Buyer
We knew that it was a returned item - but 2 of the 4 corners were noticeably banged/dented and not fixable. Also the color is much lighter than in the photo. The discount on the damage wasn't enough to justify the price.
Matt from Rochester, NY– Verified Buyer
Very nice table, great fit and finish, looks good next to my other eames furniture. Expensive for such a small table, but it is worth it.
Annie from New York, NY
I'm using the tables-two of them stacked-as a side table for my daughter's bed. We're in NYC and her room is small to say the least. These are perfect! She's using two of the Eames bookcases for her 'closet' and with the wire-base tables at her bedside it's a highly functional great look.
Perfect and Versatile
Chicago Apt Guy from Chicago, IL
I needed something to hold a room humidifier above the floor. It needed to be compact but sturdy and with a finish that would not be destroyed by some moisture. This table was exactly what I needed and the only thing I could find that fit the category. Solid and looks great as well. I'm now thinking that I might buy an additional one to hold a printer and clear up some desk clutter.
patsy cline from Brooklyn, NY– Verified Buyer
I have two and use them as bedside tables for my platform bed
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