A smart side table or end table is a space-savvy choice that is as much about aesthetics as it is about practicality. While there are endless choices around, we have today the 20 best and latest side and end tables out there that pack a big punch despite their small size. Delve in and find out which one works best in your own living room –
Tuesday 16th, May 2017 14:09:55: PM. Living Room. Cachet Le Gall.
Available in American white oak, European Ash, or American black walnut in a scope of finishes, and a range of fabrics. Gold-plated appointing on the backrest. Three long pillow or cushions also two rectangular throw cushions soften the backrest. Additional square throw cushions may be purchased separately. The bolster cushions for 243M measure 30cm(11 4/5")D x 66cm(26")L each. The bolster cushions for 243L measure 30cm(11 4/5")D x 85cm(33 1/2")L each. The rectangular throw cushions for both sofa sizes measure 55cm(21 2/3")W x 55cm(21 2/3")L.
Friday 12th, May 2017 13:47:09: PM. Living Room. Sharla Lebrun.
Dimensions 187 x 85x h 63cm
Structure in hard beech core wood worked & lathed
Finishes: natural grain satin varnish or black lacquer
All-over textile cover
Wednesday 17th, May 2017 04:53:52: AM. Living Room. Bertille Monnier.
These “color-mad” interiors created by Circulo Muebles also were designed by Paco Alcalde or Kiko Moreno. A mixture of various furniture items, bold, otherwise vintage colors, wooden finishes but also lacquered one, these arrangements seem to have nothing in common except for a modern touch and a high amount of style. The shelving systems are particularly interesting, especially the ones that have colorful finishes. We expect you will obtain plenty of ideas from these interiors and we wish you a great redecorating time!
Wednesday 17th, May 2017 08:35:26: AM. Living Room. Cachet Le Gall.
Pavimenti Fogazza is an Italian group, created in 1905. With more than a hounded years of experience, it almost looks today that every new assemblage that Fogazza launches is more glamorous and more creative than the one before. We brought a liking to their site also as we browsing direct it, we perceived out that the company is “dedicated in researching aesthetically refined and technologically advanced solutions” and that they are “constantly looking for new solutions for designs and chromatic effects”. Perhaps it was this constant search for chromatic effects that lead to such great motifs or maybe experience had a lot to do with it, either way these tiles are good practical example for improving any home.
Wednesday 10th, May 2017 13:19:22: PM. Living Room. Sorrel Guyot.
Whoever listens to the sound of the harp will forever recall its smooth and peaceful sounds. Owning one and knowing how to play it is a dream for many people. However, if that is not the case, you could always go for something less exciting in the field of music, but quite cool in the field of design. From Carisa, this heater is a non-singing or home-heating model of a harp. It is called Adagio and even though it doesn't have the ability to make beautiful sounds, it will surely keep your home warm and perhaps even give you a harp-related feeling. The producers explain this object as “a symphony in stainless steel, harmonious or moving, yet timeless. A radiator to move your spirit. A radiator that is beyond any imagination or creativity.” We take their word for it and we are looking forward to yours too.
Wednesday 17th, May 2017 10:24:28: AM. Living Room. Cachet Le Gall.
New York architects and industrial designer siblings Robert Moorehead and Granger have improved a particularly surprising screen system for their interiors made of CNC milled panels. Fully modular in conception, this bubbly screen design is an inventive way to divide up space in large spaces without eliminating design or originality with something as brutish as a flat rolling partition. Further, the fact that the screen is made of metal is always attractive to the inventive modern interior designer: it would be clean, go well with a lot of different colors, lighten up a dark room or even out a bright room. What’s most interesting about this design is that it match two separate requires for a screen partition: it can both easily separate the room and serve as a creative interior sculpture. In fact, the accents you will get with this screen from attractive lighting plans alone would make it worth trying out on your next design assignment!
Sunday 14th, May 2017 13:57:47: PM. Living Room. Page Marin.
Created by Giuseppe Bavuso for Rimadesio, Aura is an stylish door that is exactly fit for a modern or minimalist interior design. Made up of a structure with an aluminum frame, faced with lacquered glass on both sides, it is further marked by a lavishly sized handle specially produced from pressure die-cast metal mixture and provided with a front trim of lacquered glass in the same colour as the leaf. Aura closes gratitude to an innovative completely invisible magnet system which does not require the use of traditional locks. Aura is obtainable in two models: with the magnetic closing shape (without lock) and with a lock equipped with the locking pawlor with a key.
Wednesday 17th, May 2017 12:37:20: PM. Living Room. Sharla Lebrun.
Many contemporary minimalist houses do away with fireplaces or believe that they are a tradition of the past that don't fir into the sleek, slender and futuristic design of today. One look at the assemblage of modern fireplaces dished out by the Belgian designers from and it will set your pulse racing and you adrenaline pumping with delight. Simply perfect also stunning in an understated fashion, they embody everything that stands for space-age style. They merge seamlessly into any contemporary living room and add multitude of warmth, charm and sexy beauty to the room. Take one look and your perception of fireplaces will be altered forever as you hurry around to find one akin to these.
Wednesday 17th, May 2017 10:54:38: AM. Living Room. Sharla Lebrun.
We have highlighted Danish Kvadrat cloth or textiles before but their Clouds innovation is something else! This creative tile notion named Kvadrat Clouds lets out the artist in you. The single tiles can be collected together using unusual rubber bands. Each detail also comes with crease lines which allow you to manipulate the tile reminiscent of origami, the Japanese art of paper folding. Large complex pieces can thus be made – as installations or as wall or ceiling art. With two separate textiles in 7 colors, the permutations are enormous. For you promising architectural types out there, this is your chance to express yourself in your home or office! Kvadrat Clouds is designed by Ronan also Erwan Bouroullec. You can inspect for a local stockist through the Ligne Roset website.