Diva Lucia Ostrich Console Table



Some pieces of furniture are just made to be useful, to be used for the purpose they were created. Sometimes you are lucky enough to find some furniture that looks nice and is a bit different from everything that you saw, so this is when you consider yourself blessed that you found a good designer who did this. But most of the times furniture is dull. Well, that is why we are here now: to tell you that you can get something beautiful, some pieces of furniture that get close to being real works of art, amazing creations of incredible artists. Here is an example of furniture that will make your house look wow – the Diva Lucia Ostrich Console Table.

It is pure imagination made real, it is the creation of Benoit Couvers who designed it in 2012. Now it is manufactured byiBride and is sold for the price of £748.00. This fancy console table is anything but ordinary. It is shaped to look like and ostrich and has a lamp as the big bird’s neck and head. All the details are there, including the ostrich’s toes and feathers in the tail, except for the bold choice of colour – red. The console table is made of high pressure laminate  and is brightly coloured so as to attract attention. You will love it.


Published by in Design And Concept, on August 23rd, 2012

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