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High/Low: Tablo Tray Table vs. Ikea Ypperlig Side Table

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High/Low: Tablo Tray Table vs. Ikea Ypperlig Side Table

April 2, 2018

We’ve been admirers of Design House Stockholm’s Tablo Tray Table for a while now (we first posted on it back in 2008). So we couldn’t help but notice the resemblance when we spotted Ikea’s new Ypperlig Side Table, designed by Danish duo Hay. Here’s a look.

The Tablo Tray Table in situ at the Hamptons home of Tiina Laakkonen; for a full house tour, go to Rhapsody in Blue: A Finnish Stylish at Home in the Hamptons.
Above: The Tablo Tray Table in situ at the Hamptons home of Tiina Laakkonen; for a full house tour, go to Rhapsody in Blue: A Finnish Stylish at Home in the Hamptons.

Designed by Magnus Lofgren, Design House Stockholm’s Tablo Tray Table is made with a lacquered steel tray in white or black and a teak frame; $335 for the low -inch size and $394.50 for the high -inch size at Horne (contact the shop directly; all models available are not listed on the website).
Above: Designed by Magnus Lofgren, Design House Stockholm’s Tablo Tray Table is made with a lacquered steel tray in white or black and a teak frame; $335 for the low 16-inch size and $394.50 for the high 20-inch size at Horne (contact the shop directly; all models available are not listed on the website).
Designed by Hay for Ikea, the Ypperlig Coffee Table has a birch base and a dark gray epoxy/polyester-coated steel tray top; $39.99.
Above: Designed by Hay for Ikea, the Ypperlig Coffee Table has a birch base and a dark gray epoxy/polyester-coated steel tray top; $39.99.
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