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  • Artless SQG Coffee Table
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    ARTLESS builds quality contemporary craft furniture that speaks a familiar language while presenting innovative designs in clean and functional lines. Each piece is designed to become an heirloom of construction and style through specially sourced materials and supreme American manufacturing. The heavy, sculpted, inverted pedestal base of the Artless SQG tables makes an ideal showcase for books or other objects with the clear glass top seemingly holding other object in midair. The base is constructed of solid white oak that is given a hand rubbed oil finish for durability and beauty. The glass top is available in a 38 inch square or a 30 inch by 42 inch rectangle.
  • Kay + Stemmer Agnes Console - Walnut
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    The Parham School trained duo Kay and Stemmer have designed a console table version of the popular Agnes range. Made in solid Walnut with a clear matt lacquer finish, the console table is also available with a leather lined drawer. Agnes has the hallmarks of classical training; details include radius edges, a gentle taper to the leg and perfect proportion. The result is a notably softened looking design, standing with poise and a sense of visual balance. Made in the EU. Anchors to wall.
  • Bowles and Bowles Mesh Coffee Table
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    This low coffee table captures the Studio 54 vibe perfectly and is ideal for a contemporary or vintage-style living room or open-plan space. Its steel wire mesh base gives it an industrial feel, while the smoked glass top means it's perfect for making a small room seem larger.
  • Artless SQG Side Table
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    ARTLESS builds quality contemporary craft furniture that speaks a familiar language while presenting innovative designs in clean and functional lines. Each piece is designed to become an heirloom of construction and style through specially sourced materials and supreme American manufacturing. The heavy, sculpted, inverted pedestal base of the Artless SQG tables makes an ideal showcase for books or other objects with the clear glass top seemingly holding other object in midair. The base is constructed of solid white oak that is given a hand rubbed oil finish for durability and beauty. The glass top is available in a 28 inch square or a 30 inch by 22 inch rectangle.
  • Oscar Maschera Bombo Table
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    First, there was an encounter between a designer, Nestor Perkal, and the Oscar Maschera company. Then, there was Argentina, his native land. While working with the company on leather projects, Argentina imposed itself as a self-evident point of reference. It fuels his imagination, subtly inspiring his designs without ever becoming an obvious citation. Nestor Perkal created Bombo in that same spirit. Its name resounds like the beating of a drum; but the reference to Argentinian drums is far more than tongue-in-cheek. The fabrication process is complex. Like upturned jars, these hollow ceramic orbs are hand made, either turned or slip-cast, depending on their size. What follows is delicate: holes are punched in the yet unfired clay. Once the pieces are fired and glazed, the leather straps that ensure that the skin seat remain taut will be laced through them. Bombo is made exclusively in Pesaro, Italy, in the region of the Marche where Oscarmaschera has its headquarters. Bombo is the result of a fruitful encounter between leather and stoneware, a work of Trans-Alpine savoir-faire. The Bombo collection is extraordinarily versatile; the pieces can be used as coffee tables, side tables, tea tables or stools. With its warm and familiar shapes and soft colors – earth-brown, sky blue, terra cotta – Bombo fits gracefully into any décor – ready to “be of service” simply and beautifully. Leather colors may vary slightly. Leather Colors: Ceramic colors:
  • Oscar Maschera Bombo Table
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    First, there was an encounter between a designer, Nestor Perkal, and the Oscar Maschera company. Then, there was Argentina, his native land. While working with the company on leather projects, Argentina imposed itself as a self-evident point of reference. It fuels his imagination, subtly inspiring his designs without ever becoming an obvious citation. Nestor Perkal created Bombo in that same spirit. Its name resounds like the beating of a drum; but the reference to Argentinian drums is far more than tongue-in-cheek. The fabrication process is complex. Like upturned jars, these hollow ceramic orbs are hand made, either turned or slip-cast, depending on their size. What follows is delicate: holes are punched in the yet unfired clay. Once the pieces are fired and glazed, the leather straps that ensure that the skin seat remain taut will be laced through them. Bombo is made exclusively in Pesaro, Italy, in the region of the Marche where Oscarmaschera has its headquarters. Bombo is the result of a fruitful encounter between leather and stoneware, a work of Trans-Alpine savoir-faire. The Bombo collection is extraordinarily versatile; the pieces can be used as coffee tables, side tables, tea tables or stools. With its warm and familiar shapes and soft colors – earth-brown, sky blue, terra cotta – Bombo fits gracefully into any décor – ready to “be of service” simply and beautifully. Leather colors may vary slightly. Leather Colors: Ceramic colors:
  • Modernica Case Study Alpine Bed Side Table
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    The Case Study® Alpine Bed Side Table is the perfect companion for the Case Study Alpine Bed The table is engineered and built with sixteen layers of North American Maple with the top and bottom veneer made of rich North American walnut. Incredibly strong, yet elegant and graceful with its bent lines, this table is built to last for generations. The Alpine Series was designed by Modernica’s co-founder Jay Novak. The inspiration for the series comes from a respect and appreciation of the traditional craftsmanship of vintage-sporting equipment; such as bentwood tennis rackets and wooden skis. The Case Study Alpine Series with its simple and fluid lines of molded layered wood has proven to be an instant classic in modern furniture. Handcrafted in Los Angeles, CA.
  • Artek Domino Coffee Table
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    True to the Artek standards of simplicity, the Domino Coffee Table makes as much a statement today as when it was designed in 1954 by Ilmari Tapiovaara. The table arrives fully assembled in Oak or Walnut. The frame is solid wood with the top, backed by plywood and finished with an Oak or walnut veneer. The solid oak frame has an oak veneer top and the solid walnut frame has a walnut veneer top.
  • Crate & Barrel Steppe Trunk Coffee Table
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  • Osidea "Y" Coffee Table
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    Designed by John Zheng, the Y coffee table is named for the clever use of bent plywood in the table legs which are incredibly strong, yet light weight. Perfect for moving quickly from one room to another.
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  • Kay + Stemmer Agnes Side Table - Walnut
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    The Parnham School trained duo Kay and Stemmer have designed a new version of the popular freestanding shelves Agnes. This version is a low 3 shelf unit, ideal as a bedside table or for small hallways. It is made from solid oak or walnut. Agnes comes out of the box as a solid one piece item, with no assembly required. The design has the hallmarks of classical furniture building with details that include radius edges, a gentle upwards taper and perfect proportion. The result is a notably softened design, one which retains an aesthetic beauty from whichever angle you look at it. Available in oak or walnut. Made in the EU.
  • Crate & Barrel Murano Accent Table
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  • Crate & Barrel Patina Bronze Cube Table
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  • Crate & Barrel Colette Round Side Table with Drawer
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  • Crate & Barrel Patina Bronze Drum Table
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  • Crate & Barrel Rocha Side Table
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  • Crate & Barrel Sadie Drink Table
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  • Souda Kreten Side Table
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    Industrial, organic and sculptural, the Kreten Side Tables are concrete furniture like you haven't seen before. Original pieces are created in Souda's Brooklyn studio by casting concrete into a spandex mold. The unique material combination delivers forms that are sure to make a statement in interiors and exteriors alike.
  • Loll Designs Bolinas Cocktail Table
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    The Loll Designs Bolinas Cocktail Table pays tribute to the bohemian lifestyle of the community for which it is named. Carve out some wicked relaxation time with its surfboard-like shape as it makes itself at home in any sitting arrangement, either indoors or out. The beauty of this board is it doesn’t need wax!
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  • Tom Dixon Spun Table - Short Brass
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    Space age, Art Deco or Pop – everybody sees a different influence in these three pieces of ultra-expressive, occasional, furniture. Generously proportioned, curves of spun-sheet solid brass are hand polished to a mirror finish bringing instant disco glamour to the cocktail bar, dining hall or living room.
  • Crate & Barrel Teton Natural Solid Wood Accent Table
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  • Tom Dixon Gem Side Table
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    The Gem family is informed by the facets of semi-precious gem stones and ingots of silver. Gem Table Side is an elegant and angular piece made from nickel plated aluminum and informed by the facets of semi precious gem stones and ingots of silver. A hexagon shaped table top sits upon a tapered base formed of indentations which characterize its Gem name.
  • Oscar Maschera Bombo Table
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    First, there was an encounter between a designer, Nestor Perkal, and the Oscar Maschera company. Then, there was Argentina, his native land. While working with the company on leather projects, Argentina imposed itself as a self-evident point of reference. It fuels his imagination, subtly inspiring his designs without ever becoming an obvious citation. Nestor Perkal created Bombo in that same spirit. Its name resounds like the beating of a drum; but the reference to Argentinian drums is far more than tongue-in-cheek. The fabrication process is complex. Like upturned jars, these hollow ceramic orbs are hand made, either turned or slip-cast, depending on their size. What follows is delicate: holes are punched in the yet unfired clay. Once the pieces are fired and glazed, the leather straps that ensure that the skin seat remain taut will be laced through them. Bombo is made exclusively in Pesaro, Italy, in the region of the Marche where Oscarmaschera has its headquarters. Bombo is the result of a fruitful encounter between leather and stoneware, a work of Trans-Alpine savoir-faire. The Bombo collection is extraordinarily versatile; the pieces can be used as coffee tables, side tables, tea tables or stools. With its warm and familiar shapes and soft colors – earth-brown, sky blue, terra cotta – Bombo fits gracefully into any décor – ready to “be of service” simply and beautifully. Leather colors may vary slightly. Leather Colors: Ceramic colors:
  • Tom Dixon Spun Table - Tall Brass
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    Space age, Art Deco or Pop – everybody sees a different influence in these three pieces of ultra-expressive, occasional, furniture. Generously proportioned, curves of spun-sheet solid brass are hand polished to a mirror finish bringing instant disco glamour to the cocktail bar, dining hall or living room.
  • Menu A/S Turning Table
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    At Menu we are obsessed with clever solutions for modern living. We want to make beautiful objects for everyday use, whether that’s an indispensable item of kitchen equipment, a clever floating shelf or a beautiful vase that adds the finishing touch to your living space.Wherever we can, we work locally with craftspeople around the world, preserving skills while creating the best modern design. German designer Theresa Arns was experimenting with ways of combining a table and storage when she stumbled upon the idea of a lid that opens by rotating it around one of the legs. The result is elegant, unpretentious and utterly addictive (show it to guests and they will be opening and shutting Turning Table for hours). “My design is quite functional,” says Theresa. “But I also think it’s important that the objects we surround ourselves with have a warm and poetic part.”
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