Here are seven luxury designs for a statement feature
The Bund table by Neri and Hu for Stellar Works is the latest addition to the Bund Collection, which comprises dining chairs, stools and lounge chairs. The tables are in contrasting brass and marble which complements the wood of the original pieces.
The Ferro3 occasional table by Sphaus features a 3mm-thick steel top with 10mm curved steel supports in the same powder coated colour. It is also available for outdoor use and in customised shades.
The Rozy table by Nordic Mood features a galvanised steel frame. The design featuring sleek, curved edges and a contemporary shape is available in two sizes. As shown, it measures 42cm-high x 49cm-wide x 50cm-long.
Simon Orrell Designs
This brand-new occasional table by Simon Orrell Designs features straw marquetry – a technique resulting in a dynamic pattern. Made using an arrangement of straw pieces, this geometric design gives a subtle iridescent effect when caught in different lights.
Covet House’s Bryce side table features a fibreglass body and is finished in high-gloss black lacquer with luxury gold leaf. The shape is inspired by a giant natural amphitheatre caused by the erosion through the Paunsaugunt Plateau.
The Botti side table features a brown glass top with a gold trim, plus a plated tray for added functionality. Designed in an attractive hourglass shape and displaying a pattern reminiscent of a tree’s growth rings, the table stands on a gold plated base with a glossy black detail in the middle accentuating its shape.
The Cay brass occasional table is inspired by natural forms. The organic shape embodies lava as it flows during a volcanic eruption. The table top is made from bronze, while the base is in cast brass.