Unique Float Coffee Table by Liz Boscacci



If you’re looking for something different, something special that would make your home special and unique, maybe it’s time to take a look at this beautiful coffee table designed by Liz Boscacci. The American designer has named it the Float Coffee Table. The inspiration came from under water.

The idea was to create a coffee table that has a unique base design. The overall image is modern and very interesting. The base of the coffee table is made of mahogany and it has a very beautiful natural color. Its design was inspired by the bubbles floating to the surface. As you can see, the spheres have different sizes and they are arranged in a way that makes it look like it was random but it’s actually not. The base is very steady and durable, despite the design.

The table also has a glass top. The transparency of the glass makes the base stand out and really brings out its beauty. The table measures 3 feet in diameter and it’s 13 inches high. Each sphere that forms the base has a unique texture and design. This makes it even more interesting and beautiful. The Float Coffee Table is a modern piece of furniture that would look beautiful anywhere. However, a modern or contemporary living room would be the best choice.


Published by in Design And Concept, on July 25th, 2011

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