A combination of hard steel, soft shapes and glossy finishes that together make up a current design with a fresh and original look.

Colour
Stone Grey
Depth
40cm
Height
45cm
Load capacity
20kg
Material
Lacquered Steel
Package depth
51cm
Package height
44cm
Package weight
9.2kg
Package width
44cm
Size
40 x 40cm
Weight
7.5kg
Width
40cm
Year
2014

Industrial and at the same time organic. That is the Stay Tables in a nutshell. This versatile little side table can be used for numerous purposes throughout the entire home.

The practical, built-in shelf is perfect for keeping magazines, books, design objects or toys on. Hide away the clutter while keeping the items close at hand. The two sizes of Stay can be used together in front of your sofa as nesting tables or beside it to place a reading light on.

Freshen up your living room with lush colors inspired by the stones, leaves and plants of the forest and nature itself.

Clean with damp cloth. Comes assembled.


Jonas Wagell

Jonas Wagell was born in Linköping and worked as a graphic designer and project manager until 2001 where he started considering a future within the field of product- and interior design. Jonas started studying Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at Konstfack University College, where he graduated with a MFA in 2007. Today, Jonas Wagell works with architecture and design.

“My ambition is to create simple and honest products that have strong character and warmth. Often with humor and color. I have always been fascinated by minimalism but often find myself lacking something personal or a trace from the creator. Maybe my work could be described as “expressive minimalism”. I believe it is important that design has a connection to local traditions and heritage on some level, without risking being outdated with time.”


Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time. Or in other words, to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great design.