Posts Tagged ‘elegant table’
If you want to change your awareness of the stability, then you should take a look at the ‘<3 Side Table’. Nowhere else you will find a table with only two legs and there should be no doubt of its stability. Technically it is possible due to bent tubular steel leg with the two points contacting with a floor. Except its extraordinariness, the table is so elegant and light, like a performing a rotation ballerina, elegantly and coquettishly bending her leg. As a result the table is asymmetrical and its outward appearance depends on view angle. The designer of the table is Jonathan Sabine from Toronto.
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“Silk” coffee table, designed by talented Italian architect and designer Alessandro Di Prisco, whose works were presented and awarded at many architecture and design competitions in Italy and abroad. The table is made from a single thermoformed sheet of Corian (1 x 1 meter). Thanks to an extraordinary design it looks like a silk shawl floating in the air and fluttering by the wind. Seeming lightness contrasts with the actual strength of the material from which the table is made. The “waves” of the “Silk” serve both as its surface and as a support for it. Very elegant coffee table will be more suitable for the office or living room.
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As jewelry adorn woman, so a stylish, sophisticated, carefully selected furniture beautify any interior. Parisian designer Mattia Bonetti has created a series of glamorous Necklace Tables, which combine the functions of furniture and decorations. It’s easy to guess why the table has such name. Consisted of large beads, a necklace forms design of legs, which look so elegant. In contrast the tabletop is very simple in order not to distract attention. In 2005, the collection of this designer, which appeared on the show in David Gill gallery, London, brought “Best Original Design Award” to the artist. If you appreciate glamor and originality you will actually fall in love with these nice tables. Photos by William Waldron.
It’s very practical to have drawers under your table where you could hide the remote controls, newspapers and other useful stuff, however the trend for such tables is gone a long time ago. And there is actually no need for drawers as there are some more efficient ways to store your things in the coffee table. This elegant coffee table by Bo Concept has the top surface with multiple sections that slide with what ever is on them and open up an extensive storage space. The table\’s striking refined appearance suites great to most of the contemporary living rooms as well as to most office and conference rooms. It comes in three versions – chrome, dusty gray glass and walnut veneer. The prices start at $1,395 which we think is fair for such a high quality piece of furniture.
Not everyone can afford to have a dining room with large dining table. In addition, the popularity of minimalist design increases. However, sometimes its necessary to have a large table, for example, when we invite friends or relatives for the holidays. How can we solve this problem? Italian design house Bauline presented Opera expandable table. Originally the table measures only 51 inches and looks very elegant and trendy. But the table can be expanded and contains 6 attached units. As a result, the table can comfortably accommodate from 2 to 12 persons. Its made of ash wood with or without lacquer finish upon request.