Nature is known to inspire artists and designers. At the world of interior design, the scenario repeats itself. Today, we will show 5 center tables which creations are inspired by features of nature.
Lapiaz inspired this unique coffee table. The French word is the name given to the typical karst formations produced by surface dissolution of limestone or dolomite rocks. It can also be caused by freezing and thawing in cold climates. This is how Lapiaz luxury coffee table emerged. Imagine a stone frozen and freshly cracked to show the entire world a rich, golden interior.
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Designed in Boca do Lobo’s quintessential style, and influenced by natural elements, as well as artisan furniture making techniques, the Monet center table is a unique and sophisticated furniture design. Resorting to the use of contrasting design elements and materials, Boca do Lobo have achieved a beautifully balanced center table which comfortably sits in any contemporary setting.
The Eden Series isn’t quite like anything seen before. Their organic shape a texture is influenced by trees and flora, with their unique form achieved through several manual processes delivered by an experienced team of craftsmen. The Eden Series offers a wide variety of combinations and adaptations to suit all kinds of interiors and settings.
Manuka is one of the most unique and beneficial forms of honey in the world and made from a flower that only grows in New Zealand. The Manuka Center Table is an exquisite piece that resembles a glorious beehive. The aged matte brass structure and bronze glass table top make it the perfect fit for a modern interior design.
The pyramid of stones on the shore of Lake Baikal, known as Latza, inspired Brabbu’s designers to create Latza Center Table. Featuring a top in walnut root veneer with a matte varnish and details in matte hammered brushed aged brass, this coffee table is sure to impress.