Sometimes the lines between beauty and functionality can become crossed, and why do these two concepts have to be mutually exclusive anyway? If something we use everyday can also be bodacious, then so much the better. It’s a sign the designer challenged him or herself or maybe just had some fun while at work.
This melted chocolate chest has a soft look and will definitely be a conversation piece in any room in which it is placed. At first glance, it may look as though you spilled paint when trying a DIY project, but the high quality of the lines in the workmanship will have anyone who sees this piece wanting to examine it closely to discover exactly how this unique effect was achieved.
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These Prismatic Tables were designed based on geometric forms. The three-legged design is based on traditional Japanese origami techniques. The tables are made from coated sheet aluminum and measure 375 × 410 × 410 mm (14 x 16 x 16 inches). Use them anywhere you would place a low table; this design would coordinate with virtually any decor.
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Established & Sons’ Aqua Table is a different take on what a table should look like. It looks more like something you would find under the sea than on dry land. Designed by Zaha Hadid, this table has three legs, which appear to be in constant motion. If you are looking for a unique table to complement a contemporary and stylish space, consider this design. It is available in black, red, and white.
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