Bølling Tray Table / Model 50
from 5.495 kr.
A Danish Classic
In 1963, Danish architect Hans Bølling designed a simple, elegant, and mobile table, which was easy to handle. Since then, it has become a symbol of the playful functionalism of the golden Danish Modern era – and a design idea that is still relevant today. A Danish classic.
The Bølling Tray Table holds two loose reversible trays, and each of them can be turned over for colour variation and a personal touch.
Designed by Hans Bølling
Danish architect/designer Hans Bølling enjoys the connection between design, functionality, and fun. Bølling’s work is known for its play, humor, and wit. A passionate spirit whose practice and products are inspired by creative diversity.More about Hans Bølling
Made in Denmark
Bølling Tray Tables proudly and carefully made in our workshop in Denmark by experienced and talented carpenters. We create and evolve classic Danish design values, by embracing modernity.
The colours are selected for their tone-in-tone harmony and soft contrast, and to match the natural hues of the wood frame.
Each colourway comes in a separate tray of two different colours- one on each side.
The reversible tray named Earth consists of two matching colors; Beige and Dark Brown.
The beige side of Earth is a monochrome match with the natural shades of the oakwood frame.
Limited Edition with Designmuseum Danmark
Hans Bølling’s iconic Tray Table is now available in a special limited edition of only 500 pieces, made in Designmuseum Danmark’s signature color.Explore now
The Bølling Tray Table is available in two different dimensions: 50Ø & 60Ø. It serves a variety of practical, mobile, and aesthetic purposes. Can be used in many ways – as a serving trolley, bar cart, bedside or side table…Explore 60Ø
The Bølling Tray Table is available in two different dimensions and serves a variety of practical, mobile, and aesthetic purposes. Can be used in many ways – as a serving trolley, bar cart, bedside, or side table. It is shipped knock-down in a flat pack, reducing its footprint in transportation.