Lime Slice Table by Carl Chaffee

I don’t know why I have a thing for unusual stuff, no matter what that is. It gives me a better idea of the owner’s personality than all the “fashionable” things that only tell me that the guy having it likes to copy other people’s style. Any way, looking for a small unique coffee table I found this amazing lime slice table that was designed by Carl Chaffee. I liked it from the very first sight, as it looked just like the old lime slices jellos I used to eat when I was a kid. The resembles is all the more accurate as the table top is made of a resin that imitates perfectly the look of a lime slice.

The design is amazing because it reproduces the lime slice to the tiniest detail. You can see the lime seed, three of them – all arranged at equal distance from one another, everything surrounded by an almost real lime peel. The base of the table is made of chrome and it has a bunch of thin “feet” for support. You can place an order on the manufacturer web page.

Published by in Kids, on January 31st, 2011



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