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SALTHOLMEN

table, outdoor

71x Ø65 cm foldable beige

29 €

Article no: 803.118.33

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Product details

Key features

The table comes pre-assembled, so you can start using it immediately.

Perfect for your balcony or other small spaces as it can be folded up and put away.

Durable and hard-wearing; meets the requirements on furniture for public use.

The materials in this outdoor furniture require no maintenance.

Assembled size

Height:71 cm
Diameter:65 cm

Package size & weight


Article no: 803.118.33
Packages: 1
Length: 96 cm
Width: 65 cm
Height: 4 cm
Weight Gross: 7,85 kg
Weight Net: 7,73 kg

Store location

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1 x SALTHOLMEN table, outdoor Article no: 803.118.33 1 package(s)
Aisle A Bin

Care instructions

Clean: With a mild soapy solution.

Maintenance: Require no maintenance.

Storing: If possible, store in a cool dry place indoors. If the furniture is stored outside, cover it with a waterproof cover. After a rain or snowfall, wipe off excess water or snow from flat surfaces. Allow air to circulate to avoid condensation.

Good to know

Seats 2.

This table has been tested for outdoor public use and meets the requirements for safety, durability and stability set forth in the following standard: EN581.

Easy-care steel

Steel is durable, weather-resistant and easy to care for since it is maintenance-free. It has a powder-coating of paint too, to protect against rust.

Foldable furniture in easy-care material

SALTHOLMEN tables and chair are easy to fold up and therefore perfect for anyone with a small balcony and a need to quickly adapt the space for various activities such as eating, growing, or hanging laundry. Both the tables and the chair come pre-assembled, so you can start using them immediately, and they’re made of durable and easy-care powder-coated steel that withstands heavy weather – making your outdoor life easy and carefree.

Designer

Jon Karlsson

Environment

Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.

Materials

Table top/ Frame/ Bar:
Steel, Polyester powder coating
Plastic washer/ Feet:
Polyamide plastic
Locking ring:
Stainless steel

Advice instructions

Only the latest versions of these documents are available for download. This means that there may sometimes be differences between the documents you download and the versions that come with the product.


SALTHOLMEN table, outdoor
Story

A flexible balcony life from successful teamwork

As society changes, new needs arise in people's homes. That's when it helps to look beyond the obvious. When designer Jon Karlsson created the outdoor furniture series SALTHOLMEN, he and his colleagues found new, smart solutions all the way from the drawing board to the factory floor.

With more and more people around the world moving to cities and living in small spaces, a balcony is a valuable extension of a home, no matter how small it is. This means the balcony is often used for several activities like eating, socialising, growing, hanging laundry and storing things. That's when it helps to have flexible furniture that can be easily moved and put away. At the same time, most people have limited budgets and want to have nice looking, durable furniture at affordable prices.

Well-known materials in a new context

This was the starting point when designer Jon Karlsson began sketching for SALTHOLMEN—a chair and different tables in powder-coated steel. At first glance, they look pretty ordinary. But for designer Jon Karlsson and product developer Jonas Forssten, SALTHOLMEN is the result of a sometimes rather complicated process that required using a well-known material in a slightly new way. After 12 years of working at IKEA, however, Jon Karlsson is accustomed to work that does not always follow a straightforward path and appreciates the limitations of an assignment. "The route you take during the process is what makes it really interesting, I think. To have completely free rein can actually paralyse creativity." Already from the beginning, Jon considered the materials and manufacturing conditions and benefited greatly from all of his experiences on the factory floor. It's crucial for a low price that production is smooth and fast, so even that must be planned from the drawing board, too.

Product development on the factory floor

After the sketches, 3D drawings and models in the workshop, it was time to develop prototypes. Product developer Jonas Forssten was one of the team members on site at the factory in China. "I had contact with Jon via phone and email. My phone's camera was a hard-working assistant! The couple of men in the factory who cut and adjusted by hand, were worth their weight in gold. Despite jet lag and long days, we were fantastically effective. The creative teamwork that happens when you work together gives an incredible boost." A major challenge of the project was that the furniture would be foldable and pre-assembled. The gateleg table involved a completely new experience for the team, explains Jonas. "We know that our customers appreciate gateleg tables, but we had never seen one entirely of steel before. There was no experience to build on. Instead, we had to test and develop it directly at the factory."

Challenges lead to a new form

Untreated steel rusts over time, but SALTHOMEN is protected because all parts are powder coated prior to assembly in the factory. The chair is then put together with visible stainless steel rivets. A functional detail that Jon thinks contributes to the chair's character. "Making a chair always means that you have to remain within various parameters, but I want to see them as opportunities rather than limitations." To find really good solutions to new needs in people's homes requires strong teamwork between designers, product developers, technicians and everyone involved. It's the challenges of reality that push us to sharpen our creativity, Jon explains. "It was everyone's patience and persistent work that led to SALTHOLMEN."


It's ok to change your mind!

If after receiving the products you purchased online you are not completely pleased with them, you hace 90 days to return the product unopened, unused and unassembled, inside its original package and with the receipt.

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