Tino e Tina Comodini

Bedside tablesin Corian and lacquered wood, with glazed ceramic stoup.

Bedside in corian and lacquered wood, with holy water in glazed ceramic.

Tino and Tina  they are the bedside tables of the grandparents, the ones that were found in the rooms of the ancient Salento houses, next to wrought iron or wooden beds, much higher than those of today. Tina is the grandmother's bedside table, with the cross, to emphasize the religious theme with a holy water font or Madonnina. The support base is in back-engraved and backlit Corian with a decoration that recalls the crochet doily. Tino is the bedside table placed on the man's side, where there was a linen cloth and the decorations echo those of linen. Both have opening doors with shelves.