7 unique table designs that will refresh your living room
Everyone looking to refresh their home interiors, especially the living room. the space for relaxing and socializing. Such a room is sometimes called a front room when it is near the main entrance at the front of the house, Your living room should be the place where you entertain your guests and where you entertain yourself as well. So we are going to refresh your eyes and home with unique table designs created by creative designers from around the world.
There are a lot of pieces of furniture, design touches and colors that help in improving the interior design of any space.
Here in Urukia, will show you unique table designs that will make your living room awesome. Tables are an excellent way to reshape the usage of the space, small or big. As the center of attraction, your table will set the tone for a really impactful living room.
Let’s check this list of 10 tables designs for your home:
1. M3 Coffee table by Javi Olmeda:
Javi Olmeda‘s M3 is a unique coffee table design inspired by natural formations found in the vegetable world, specifically the mangrove’s branching system and the breadfruit’s skin.
Material: American Maple hardwood, beveled glass.
Dimensions:45 x 27 x 16 in
114.3 x 68.5 x 40.6 cm
2. Tree Coffee Table by Sebastian Errazuriz Studio:
Tree table is one of the best unique coffee tables design. More Description from Designer: For centuries we have used wooden boards to create furniture. The Tree Table created by New York based artist and designer Sebastian ErraZuriz, proposes that no matter how beautiful or sophisticated our furniture designs might be, the shapes we can find in nature are often more mysterious and intriguing. Rescuing fallen, dead native trees from forests in South America, Sebastian ErraZuriz twists and readapts their branches so they can find a new life as sculptural and functional pieces.
3. Liquid Glacial Table by Zaha Hadid Architects:
The Liquid Glacial Table design embeds surface complexity and refraction within a powerful fluid dynamic. The elementary geometry of the flat table top appears transformed from static to fluid by the subtle waves and ripples evident below the surface, while the table’s legs seem to pour from the horizontal in an intense vortex of water frozen in time.
4. Enignum II Dining Table by Joseph Walsh:
Enignum II is a unusual Dining Table More texts from Designer: In the Enignum series of work, I have stripped wood into thin layers, manipulating and reconstructing them into free form compositions. I then shape through these layers to reveal not only the honesty of the structure but the sculpted form which is a unique collaboration of man and material. The title derives from the Latin words Enigma (‘mystery’) and Lignum (‘wood’), for me they sum up the series: the mystery of the composition lies in the material.
4. River collection tables by Greg Klassen
An amazing live edge and glass table design – The River Collection is a live edge wood tables inspired by the exciting edges and vivid grains found in the trees sustainability taken from the banks of the Nooksack River that twists below my studio.
5. Tim & Mary coffee table by Pierre Lescop:
Tim & Mary coffee table , inspired by the dreamlike world of Tim Burton, is a reinterpretation of baroque codes. The curves are exaggerated, amplified arabesques to create the shape of the table. Made of bent glass, Tim & Mary vitrauphanie uses a table on the inside for perfect color fastness over time.
6. Transitional Fields Table by ALEK SA Studio:
The table was conceived as a bespoke piece of furniture for a private client in Chelsea, London. The table design concept was to bring the tectonics of nature into their home whilst also being at the forefront of fabrication and design. Made from CNC-milled walnut top and delicate 3-D prototyped legs, the “Transitional Fields” table is dynamic, structurally challenging, and inspiring. The project is envisaged as a spatial construct informed by the extensive use of emerging digital fabrication tools.
7. Rising Table by Robert van Embricqs:
The Rising Table design concept is part of the Rising…furniture formula that finds its roots in the Rising Chair. This means that once again, the origins of this design can be traced back to the rather simple idea of starting with a flat surface that is capable of transforming into a piece of stylishly designed furniture. In designing the Rising Table, I felt it was of paramount importance that the source materials both dictated and guided the ultimate design while ensuring practical appliance and usability.
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