Ploid side table

Ploid side table

This is the side table from our Ploid collection, a designer table that offers multiple options to configure different types of spaces. Designed by studio Romero Vallejo, the Ploid modules are completed with this auxiliary table available in several of the Diabla colors.

The Ploid side table is the perfect place to put down a drink or a book. It has a very simple aesthetic that adapts to any style. With it, you can create compositions with a lot of rhythm by mixing different colors. In addition, the tables can be staggered between modules to delineate individual seats and create some privacy on large sofas for contract spaces, such as hotel terraces, bars and restaurants.

Diabla tips:

You can choose to have the table in the same color as the sofa or not, depending on the effect you want to achieve: a monochromatic environment with a very clean aesthetic or a more vibrant and colorful composition.

This table can fit in a lot of styles and spaces. If you think it can work with the furniture you already have, go ahead!

The Ploid side table is specially designed to withstand the weather, with a powder-coated galvanized steel base and phenolic board tabletop. However, you can also use it to furnish indoor spaces.

Do you have questions about the color options? Don’t worry, all Diabla colors go well together. Check out our color chart to make sure your choice chromatically harmonizes with your space.

Ø30 x 55 cm / Ø30x22 inch
Made with a powder-coated steel tube structure Phenolic plate
color - White
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Romero & Vallejo

Founded by architects Sara Romero and Mariano Vallejo in 2004, Romero & Vallejo specializes in integral projects of architecture, interior design, product design and creative direction. From concept-creation to its complete execution, they approach all phases and aspects of a project.

“For us, the different creative disciplines have a lot in common with each other. We enjoy working across the board, creating environments that reflect a lifestyle. Between architecture and product design there is a difference mainly in scale”.

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