- Designers nod to the natural world in the form of warm-toned materials, details pulled from the atmosphere, and patterns that go with the grain.
Native Chicagoan Felicia Ferrone uses powder-coated aluminum to craft a table that blends magazine storage with an end table.
Low in profile, the Edo Coffee table could not be more simple. The wide, planked legs are hewn from solid cherry panels, then grain-matched and joined at a compound angle and polished to luminous softness. The result is a graceful balance of loft and mass, both modern and classic and sized to fit in any room.
Give small spaces the illusion of more depth with this New York City–made bronze corner mirror supported by an ash frame. Custom finishes available.
- For the third installment in our table design series, (see the Dining Table series here and the Kitchen Table series here) we focus on the hardworking coffee table, center of everything from meals to…
A chromed-steel frame finished in brass or gold supports walnut-veneered MDF tops. Available in four different bases, including the Pied X Double Plateau.
For a cozy Scandinavian take on an office sound absorber, try Abstracta’s quilted fabric version on ash legs.
Blending science fiction, Futurism, and minimalism, the 12-inch-tall table lamp made in Brooklyn references radio towers and transmission devices.