Posted by Jessica Miras Posted on 1:42 AM
A living edge table with a sleek appearance seems practically unachievable, but Riflessi has managed to do just that with its “Living” table. A smooth oak plank leading, 25mm thick with a slight (and all-natural) irregularity to the peeled edge mounted on a cross base of graphite, taupe, white or corten finished steel. This mixture of organic wood details on a geometric steel base presents a sleek and modern day profile that marries the warm and cold as well as the natural and the man produced for a final statement of sophisticated elegance.
The wavering edge detail has the capacity of personalizing what could simply have been an imposing size to the table. The edge detail draws you in, makes you want to method and touch it, in contrast to a ruler straight edge that would be much less exciting and somewhat stand offish.
With today’;s residences as soon as once more embracing the organic tones of wood, the Living Table is a celebration of wood at its ideal. The graining, the thick living edge and the soft pale hue enable the homeowner to bring nature indoors.
With Oak being the dominant feature of the Living Table, pairing it with chairs in an opposing material is a great way of making a private statement. No matter whether those chairs are bright white, clear Lucite, black or pops of bold colour, the selection is only limited by your preference. Right here a graphite base is paired with white chairs, but the reverse would be just as striking. Riflessi