The gracious lines of the IDA tables, functional and stylish at the same time

The IDA Tables were designed by Tubert Yule for Mule furniture. They were exhibited at the Habitat store in Chelsea as part of the London Design Festival. They might look simple but they are very interesting pieces. As soon as you lay eyes on one of these tables you can see that they’re solid pieces.It’s a surprising fact, given their gracious lines and delicate design. This contrast is the key feature that makes the tables so interesting. Each table is hand-crafted. It’s made from solid timber which is shaped into different forms. This makes each piece unique.

Also, each table can be considered an individual work of art. It’s one of those designs that were meant to serve two purposes. On one hand, the table serves as a functional piece of furniture. It can be used in the living room, dining room and in numerous other spaces.

On the other hand, the table is more than just furniture. It’s a wonderful and beautiful decorative pieces and it can almost be seen as a sculpture. It’s why it would easily become a focal point for the whole room décor. The IDA tables are made from solid FSC Victorian ash and they are finished with color-pigmented lacquer. They have a very authentic look. The tables can be used as a collection or as individual pieces.{found on contemporist}.



Published by in Furniture, on September 24th, 2012

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