Living Edge Tables Welcoming Natural Imperfections

Designer Greg Klassen thinks that the imperfections can really inspire and includes them into his tables making them almost art. Greg takes two living edge slabs with the meandering natural curvatures facing each other towards what will be the center of the finished piece. The living edges create a support for a hand cut tinted... 
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Going Green: Straw Side Tables Of Biodegradable Material

Green fans, get inspired! Dutch designer David Derksen collaborated with British designer Phil Procter to create this utilitarian series of biodegradable side tables. Made from a biodegradable board material that consists of pressed straw, the Straw side tables are an innovative new design – this material is right what we need to save the nature!... 
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Angkor Table Design Collection Inspired By Cambodian Temples

Have you seen temples of Cambodia? They really impress with their fantastic architecture; built many centuries ago they are still standing. Perhaps the most popular of them is Angkor Wat, a beautiful temple in the capital of the country that was built in the 12th century. There the tree roots and branches overrun the wall,... 
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Unique Tables Imitating Different Water Bodies

Italian designer Gaetano Pesce likes to make experiments with modern materials like foam, resin or silicone. He manages to create unusual objects that are one of a kind. These 6 tables imitate different types of water bodies: a lake, an ocean, a river, a sea, a lagoon, a pond and a puddle. Each table has... 
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Transformable FAN Table Of Birch Wood by Mauricio Affonso

Brazilian designer Mauricio Affonso presents an absolutely new idea of how a functional table should look like. FAN Table can be easily transformed into a variety of different shapes and sizes to suit the context or your needs.  The designer wanted to change the static nature of a table as a furniture piece and we... 
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Elegant And Stylish Why Knot Table

This table is a play on words, it’s Why Knot Table by Canadian woodworker Kino Guérin. This table is not only a piece of furniture but also an art object. The designer managed to bend this piece of wood so that he got a very interesting table. Such a table would be an interesting addition... 
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