Multicolor Side Tables by Dinosaur Designs

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October 6, 2013
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  Liquid Moon, designed by Louise Olsen: “I had been working on a collection inspired by the ocean and was looking at sea creatures such as jelly fish and sea urchins. I wanted the tables to have that delicate yet fluid form. They were born out of the underwater world”.

    Liquid Moon, designed by Louise Olsen: “I had been working on a collection inspired by the ocean and was looking at sea creatures such as jelly fish and sea urchins. I wanted the tables to have that delicate yet fluid form. They were born out of the underwater world”.

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  Collage, designed by Stephen Ormandy: “The design was influenced by the floating nature of lily pads and the opportunity to combine individual sculptural shapes into a cohesive useful object”.

    Collage, designed by Stephen Ormandy: “The design was influenced by the floating nature of lily pads and the opportunity to combine individual sculptural shapes into a cohesive useful object”.

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  “We’ve dressed people’s bodies and now we are making our foray into dressing interiors with larger statement pieces. We’ve treated the side tables like huge pieces of jewelry for the house.”

    “We’ve dressed people’s bodies and now we are making our foray into dressing interiors with larger statement pieces. We’ve treated the side tables like huge pieces of jewelry for the house.”

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  “These side tables truly are one of a kind pieces, each one is unique. They are all hand-made from beginning to end, which forms the DNA of each design.”

    “These side tables truly are one of a kind pieces, each one is unique. They are all hand-made from beginning to end, which forms the DNA of each design.”

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  In a nod to their symbiosis with art, the couple likens their work with table creation to that of the painter’s palette. “Resin is like working with paint, each color is mixed and poured by hand then hand sanded. The side tables are like functional works of art,” says Olsen.

    In a nod to their symbiosis with art, the couple likens their work with table creation to that of the painter’s palette. “Resin is like working with paint, each color is mixed and poured by hand then hand sanded. The side tables are like functional works of art,” says Olsen.

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