I remember that I learned in the History lessons one very interesting thing that still applies to many fields nowadays: during the Renaissance all scientists and artists turned their faces back to the old things they used to treasure and valued them once again. My idea is that this is happening as we speak, that more and more artists get their inspiration from the past, from times long gone. For example this Eames Plywood Coffee Table is very popular these days, even though it was designed back in 1946. Actually the Herman Miller company has been manufacturing and selling it for the last fifty years, but it has never been as popular as it is now.
The table is obviously made of plywood and is simple in design. It is compact and lightly scaled, a coffee table with personality and style, a piece of furniture that would find its place in a traditional home, but also in a modern living room. The four curved legs come attached to the table top and give it stability. The coffee table is made of ash, walnut, or cherry veneer on a maple ply.This beautiful and stylish item is now available on DWR for just $806.65.