Published at Monday, 08 July 2019. Coffee Table. By Alonza Fermi.
Then with the addition of decorative objects or books, it really brings it to life. Obviously, as the top material is glass, you will have to remain it sparkling to maximise the "clean lines" or "negative spaces" it creates.
3. Gallotti et Radice – Cookie (Oval–£3,420.00
We love this table. It is an heirloom piece, but the mix of brass with the two‐ tone geometric marble is both striking and screams quality.
The colours are both on trend and classic, and they would go perfectly in both minimalist and maximalist interiors – depending, of course, on what you mix them with.
They are available in 3 sizes – priced here is the medium one at 105cm x 62cm x 28cm high.
4. Andrew Martin – Bhilai – £1,350.00
A big "handcrafted" "round coffee table"with a "mango wood" top or a comprehensive "black iron base". Bhilai is named after the Steel City of India and has been creative by the detailed "textile looms"found there.
The spool and thread ‐like detailing of the base adds delicate interest and contrasts against the full wood top. It's a real declaration piece, which certainly asks you to gather around it with an aromatic chai.
2. Maisons Du Monde – AMANDE –£378.50
For those of you who like something a small more refined and exquisite but still keeping interest, these "Mango Wood"nest of 2 tables from "Maison du Monde" fit the bill rather well.
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