USM Haller Bedside Table

The USM Haller Bedside Table is an industrial steel frame and panel bedside table that is part of a larger modular collection of storage by USM. Designed by Paul Schaerer & Fritz Haller in 1961, the USM Haller Collection was originally created to accommodate a range of storage demands that a growing business would face. The USM Haller Bedside Table is 21” | 53.3 cm wide, 15” | 38.1 cm deep, and 23” | 58.4 cm tall.

Dimensioned drawings of the USM Haller Bedside Table with measurements for height, width, and depth

The USM Haller Bedside Table is an industrial steel frame and panel bedside table that is part of a larger modular collection of storage by USM. Designed by Paul Schaerer & Fritz Haller in 1961, the USM Haller Collection was originally created to accommodate a range of storage demands that a growing business would face. The USM Haller Bedside Table is 21” | 53.3 cm wide, 15” | 38.1 cm deep, and 23” | 58.4 cm tall.

Common Questions
What is the USM Haller Bedside Table?
The USM Haller Bedside Table is an industrial steel frame and panel bedside table system that is part of the modular storage collection designed by USM (Paul Schaerer & Fritz Haller) in 1961.
How big is the USM Haller Bedside Table?
The USM Haller Bedside Table has an overall width of 21” (53.3 cm), depth of 15” (38.1 cm), and a surface height of 23” (58.4 cm).
What bed heights does the USM Haller Bedside Table pair well with?
The USM Haller Bedside Table is best matched with bed heights between 21”-23” (53-64 cm).

Details

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Width: 21” | 53.3 cm
Depth: 15” | 38.1 cm
Height: 23” | 58.4 cm
Materials: Steel frame, powder-coated steel panels
Designer: USM (Paul Schaerer & Fritz Haller)
Year: 1961

Drawings include:
USM Haller Bedside Table front elevation, front (objects), side, plan

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