Northern's Valet wall console brings extra space to even the smallest of rooms in a charming way. The curved table appears to float in the air – the wall-mounted table can be hung at any height, allowing you to customise its use to suit your needs. Designed by Sami Kallio, the Valet console table can be used as a minimalist desktop, a handy side table or a bedside table.

Although the Valet console table has been stripped down to its most minimalist appearance, the amount of storage space is maximised. Underneath the oak tabletop, you'll find a beautiful round drawer and a narrow shelf for storing important papers and other essential objects.  


Valet wall console, smoked oak



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Smoked oak
92 cm
35 cm
10 cm
Drawer size
Diameter: 31 cm
MDF, oak veneer, solid oak, brass
8 kg

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Sami Kallio

Sami Kallio (born 1975 in Helsinki, Finland) lives and works as a freelance designer in Gothenburg, Sweden. Kallio has said that his work combines the melancholy of the Finnish design heritage with the humour of the Swedish tradition. He graduated from the School of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg in 2005. Kallio has taken part in numerous exhibitions, and the furniture collection called The Finnish Blood In Me that was presented in Stockholm Furniture fair in 2011 caught a lot of attention.

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