Flo Table by Kate Pashinova



My husband is just a bit cold and, like all men, he is suffering deeply because of this. And, of course, he wants to be a bit spoiled and has breakfast in bed. That reminded me to look for a nice portable little table we can use when we are in bed and want to “chew” something. And I found this cute Flo table designed by the Russian designer Kate Pashinova.

The table is really nice looking , but the main feature that draws your attention is that it actually has a flower vase instead of one of its legs. This way you combine the usefulness of the bed table with the beauty of the gesture of bringing a flower on beside the food and having a nice lunch or breakfast even in bed.

The Flo table is made of a single piece of wood, including the small legs (well, the three of them) and is pretty lightweight thanks to the choice of the wood (birch wood or fir-tree or poplar). There are different colours available, as you may choose to have a table that keeps its natural appearance or you can choose to have it painted. Any way, it looks great both cases and you only need to take care what flower to choose for the vase and what food to put on the table. So thank Kate Pashinova for a great idea.


Published by in Interiors, on March 11th, 2011

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