Furniture. Saturday , June 17th , 2017 - 08:36:53 AM
You could just take a tree stump, bring it in your home and call it a stool or a side table. It would look nice and charming but it wouldn’t really stand out in an extraordinary way. If you want that, you should pick one of these designs. Each one is the result of a rather strange and intriguing project which turns simple tree stumps into works of art.
Having an open floor plan might seem scary to some and it can be quite difficult to get used to in certain cases. The idea of having no walls to separate the living room from the kitchen or the bedroom from the lounge area or the bathroom is not common in some regions and even if it were that wouldn’t work for everyone. But there’s an easy and elegant way to deal with this inconvenient: just use room dividers.
The glass top is not meant to be the center of attention in the case of the Parobol table. The top is actually meant to be as simple and as transparent as possible in order to highlight the sculptural beauty of the base. The base is made from thermo-formed Corian and the glass top touches it in three small points, appearing to be floating.
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