You have your sofa, coffee table and lounge chairs, but something seems to be missing. It sounds like you’re ready for that final touch that will bring the room together. This week, we bring you a selection of pieces suitable to be the cherry on top of your design!
Craig Bassam & Scott Fellows, 2003
The CB-33 Tray Rack tables and shelf epitomize all of American manufacturer BassamFellows’ values in a single design: Honesty of materials, solidity of construction, utility, and visual presence.
Hannah Ehlers, 2008
Designer Hanna Ehlers is half-Finnish and likes to give her designs Finnish names. Apu is the Finnish word for help – because the Apu occasional tables are always on hand to help. The Apu are a hybrid of table, plate, and vase in white porcelain and various woods.
Greta Grossman, 1959|2016
The Modern Line Collection was one of Greta Grossman’s most elegant and minimalistic designs. This timeless collection has a sleek, feminine and light expression supported with elegant slender legs. This aesthetic is continued in the newest addition, the Modern Line Pouffe.
Thomas Sandell, 2013
This charming little table collection includes four tables of varying sizes and heights. Offered in natural or stained ash, the collection is by Thomas Sandell, one of Sweden’s most celebrated designers and architects.
Poul Kjaerholm, 1959
The three-legged PK33™ epitomizes Poul Kjaerholm’s uses of assembly techniques, his exploration of materials and his simplification of structure into a type-form. The stool draws construction techniques from the PK71™ nesting tables and the PK80™ daybed, but still has its own strong unique expression.
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