Magnetic Furniture. No, Really.
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Magnetic Furniture. No, Really.

No tools necessary.

  • 24 February 2015

Every man aspires to be a handyman.

An ace with a power drill. A pro with a carpenter pencil.

In touch with his inner Bob Vila.

But the truth is that most of us despise those little IKEA Allen wrenches almost as much as IKEA furniture itself.

And for that guy, there's this: Dock 312 Artesian Collection, a series of no-tools-required tables held together by magnets, available now.

A fresh venture from custom high-end furniture makers Weitzman Furniture, Dock 312 employs a back-to-basics approach. This is furniture that’s easy on the eye, quick to produce and dead simple to build.

With magnets.

Our take: success.

Designed and made in Chicago, each of the Artesian end tables features premium bamboo plywood and a mid-century modern aesthetic.

Ships flat. Pieces join together with a satisfying magnetic snap. Assembly takes less than a minute.

Pretty nice.

Coming soon: coffee tables, console tables and bookshelves.

If you dig what you see, give ‘em a call and swing by their showroom for a closer inspection.

Leave the drill at home.

The Specifics

Dock 312 Artesian Collection

1500 S. Western Ave.
support@dock312.com

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