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Unique Atlas Table From Angled Oak Blocks

Wed, Mar 11, 2015 | Tables

Today it’s so difficult to surprise anyone with furniture design but still modern designers manage to do that! Berlin-based The Fundamental Group works within the realm of what they call “the architecture of fascination,” and their Atlas Table bears this out. Made from alternating, angled blocks of oak and smoked oak, just thinking about what...Continue Reading...

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Original Rocket Dining Table From Wood And Metal

Wed, Feb 25, 2015 | Tables

Let not the Rocket Table deceive you! It won’t launch into space midway through your meal. The table design brings abstraction to furniture in a poetic harmony of wood and metal. This design is very original, still simple, as you remember: everything genius is simple. The shape of the table resembles a rocket: it’s square from one side and round from...Continue Reading...

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CRAFT 2.0: Modern Table Made With Antique Technologies

Tue, Dec 30, 2014 | Tables

Why not apply centuries-old furniture technique to a tough contemporary table to achieve a fantastic result? Designer Renier Winkelaar has always had a fascination for old wood connection, especially the connections in old Dutch windmills, so he created furniture with a sense of quality, solidity and an emotional value, all that with a modern twist. This...Continue Reading...

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Natural Beauty And Elegance: Rough Table By Norr11

Wed, Sep 24, 2014 | Tables

Beauty of natural imperfection is the most natural beauty ever and is praised a lot by the modern designers – you don’t need to add much, just adore what nature has created. The Rough Table by Norr11 is right one of these: it’s characterized by the subdued colors of blonde and light brown. Particularly eye-catching is its thick and extensive slab...Continue Reading...

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Fun Nest Dining Table By MacMaster Design

Fri, Feb 7, 2014 | Tables

Nests have already been an inspiration for chairs and other types of furniture but today it’s an inspiration for a dining table. Nest Dining Table from MacMaster Design is composed of a graduate layering of solid timber reminiscent of your favorite block stacking game. It’s accentuated by a glass top that at once highlights the intricate pattern below...Continue Reading...

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Transforming MK1 Coffee And Dining Table

Mon, Dec 9, 2013 | Tables

Transformable furniture is already a trend because it’s modern, stylish and solves the problem of the lack of space, which is often in our dwellings. This MK1 from Duffy London coffee table is a transformer – from coffee to dining table in seconds! You can choose from Oak, Walnut, Ash or high-grade Birch plywood as well as numerous custom finishes....Continue Reading...

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Simple Dining Table And Bench By Manuel Welsky

Wed, Oct 9, 2013 | Chairs, Tables

Simple and even primitive design is no bad – it looks natural and it fulfills all the necessary functions, so if you love simple design, then you’ll love this bench and dining table by Manuel Welsky. The top are made of natural wood, and the powder-coated steel legs are joined without any tools to the wood. The furniture is very stable and look...Continue Reading...

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Changeable Supernova Trestle Table With Colorful Legs

Wed, Oct 9, 2013 | Tables

A supernova is a very energetic a stellar explosion, very luminous and with lots of radiation. This thing gave its name to the Supernova trestle table from Made in Ratio, and its legs really remind kind of that. The table was designed with movement in mind and can be configured in two different orientations – to be either a coffee table or a dining...Continue Reading...

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Oriental Landscape Sculpture Tea Table With A Philosopical Twist

Fri, Aug 30, 2013 | Tables

Nature has always inspired creators for their work and this time the peaks and valleys of Mt. Mudeung national park in Korea are encased in solid acrylic in Nothing Design Group’s Oriental Landscape Sculpture table. This is not just a table but a sculpture, painted white to emphasize purity, is based on an aerial view of the mountainous national park....Continue Reading...

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Original Dining Table With Fork- And Knife-Shaped Legs

Wed, Aug 7, 2013 | Tables

Tcherassi Vilató, an architecture firm based in Barcelona, created a funny and functional dining table called Let’s Eat! table. The design is original and funky: the legs are knife-shaped legs and fork-shaped. It’s half-ridiculous and half-brilliant. The legs and trayed base are made of laser-cut iron and the top is a set of detachable strips of solid...Continue Reading...

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