Furniture

Who can resist the fluidity of a curved back sofa, or the voluptuousness of a velvet tufted wingback, or the classic appeal of an Eames lounge chair? (Answer: Very few of us.) This Furniture section highlights a variety of furniture types, styles, finishes, and pieces, just to name a few. This Homedit section is a definite must-read.

Metal Base Side Table

Modern homes go very well with modern furniture and there is a tendency now to make metal furniture, especially if we are talking about small items like this Random Base Side Table. It is made of stainless steel and it has a really interesting design. When you look at this side table for the first time, you think it looks just like an hourglass. The two bases are round shaped , but the top one is actually the table top and is full while the second base is only a metallic circle which is empty inside because it lies on the floor and supports the whole table, replacing the table legs successfully.

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Huge Idyllic Edge Bed

Have you been in dorm room? If you don’t let me tell you in a few words how is like. First of all its crowded, smelly and with the worst beds in the entire world and am not kidding at all about this last part. In fact in some cases sleeping on the floor is actually less painful then sleeping on your bed. My back is killing me due to my collage years spend on those kinds of beds, so when I see something like this I get literally overwhelmed with emotions.

This huge bed makes you feel like drifting around on the ocean coast on calm waters in a simple pneumatic boat without any worries. In fact it feels so good that if we continue the analogy I don’t think I even want to be saved; I just want to float. Made out of mahogany veneer, reclaimed Brazilian Peroba Rosa and stainless steel this colossus is definitely going to souk up all the attention.

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Teak Root dining table made from reclaimed materials

Unique and always different, this dining table is only made to order. It has a very beautiful design based on a very simple concept. The base of the table is a teak root. It’s made of wood and it measures 60cm x 43cm x 76cm. The base is the star of this design and it’s the most eye-catching element. This is why the top is made of transparent glass, as not to complicate the design and to distract the attention from the base.

The top of the table is made of 15 mm thick, extra toughened glass. The base and the top are a perfect duo. Together they form this amazing statement piece that would easily become the focal point of attention in any dining room, living room or kitchen. The table is a modern piece of furniture and it’s a great accent element. The base of the table is made from 100% reclaimed teak and this makes each table unique. Given the natural characteristics of each piece of wood, there will be differences in terms of texture, shape and color. These are elements that make each table unique and impossible to recreate.

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The modular Pillar table by Martin Hass

We have gotten used to a specific type of table and that has become a standard that defines this concept. We all know that there are variations in terms of size, design, color and details but some elements are always the same in our mind. There are also times when someone comes up with a design that makes us rethink everything.

One of those designs is the Pillar Table. Unlike any other table or similar piece of furniture, this one has only two legs. We have seen tables that had three legs and they still looked weird and unusual. A table with two legs is even more odd. As you can imagine, a table with only two legs could never have the stability of a table that has three or four. But the Pillar table was not designed to be a freestanding unit. It’s a modular low table system that was designed to use an indefinite number of two-legged tables.

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The Ghost Buster table by Philippe Starck

The name of this table might be misleading as it has nothing to do with the supernatural activity from the film or the TV series. It’s simply a beautiful piece of furniture that continues the design line created by Philippe Starck. The designer also created the Victorian Ghost Chair and the Louis Ghost Chair and they introduce a new way of perceiving common pieces of furniture that we use every day.

The Ghost Buster table is a versatile piece of furniture that can also serve as a storage unit. It was designed for Kartell and it complements beautifully the designer’s other creations. The table has a very simple design with a classical feel. It’s actually an updated version of classical French furniture but this time with a contemporary appeal. The table is entirely transparent and has a continuous shape. It features clean but sinuous lines and smooth corners and curves.

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Modern Living Table by Lisa Tischer

The Living Table is a piece of furniture designed by Sweden-based Lisa Tischer. As its name suggests, this is not an ordinary piece of furniture. The table was designed as a multifunctional unit that would instantly become a central piece for the home. It’s a stand-alone unit that becomes the perfect piece for a variety of activities.

The table can be used as a dining table but also as a desk, a work area and a platform for socialization. It does that not just by being big and beautiful. The table is also a modern piece of furniture that understands our lifestyle and tries to make our lives easier by being useful is a variety of different situations. It has a simple, comfortable and very functional design. Also, it has many ingenious details integrates in its design that make it unique and particularly practical.

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The Ingenious Wall Mounted Table from MASH Studios

If the three legged table seemed unusual and the two-legged table seemed to reinvent a design that we were all comfortable with before, this table will come as an even more surprising creation. The philosophy behind this design seems to be ”why have table legs when you don’t need them?”. In a way it’s true. When you have a small space everything that’s unnecessary tends to become annoying, even something as fundamental as the legs of your table.

MASH Studio came up with a design for a table that has absolutely no legs. The table is not simply floating above the ground. It has to be mounted on the wall. This makes it less flexible because it can’t be moved from there but that’s not even necessary for many of us. This ingenious table was designed by Bernard Brucha. The table has to be attached to a wall and then it simply seems to be floating there.

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