Mikhail Belyaev‘s Pebble Table comes with an original semi-oval shape and a glossy white finish, making it a good match for contemporary interior design schemes, as well as for outdoor leisure spaces. The nature-inspired furniture piece consists of a glass surface continued below with a sleek storage section.
Combining practicability with modern elegance seems to be at the core of this design. The table-top can be used as a working surface in an office or as a place to serve coffee, it is that versatile. Moreover, its owner can store a variety of items in the compartment below, as long as the ‘”stack” doesn’t become unaesthetic. The lateral gaps in the material add a pleasant visual treat as well as the opportunity to grab and place objects easier. Employed as an outdoor furniture object, the Pebble Table draws attention on itself in contrast with the natural elements around.
An antique armoire can bring a sense of timeless elegance to any home, but not everyone can find a proper use for one — not to mention sufficient space too! In the old days they were used to store clothing and linens back when bedrooms didn’t have closets, and today some people use them to hold their televisions — but that trend perhaps isn’t as big of a deal as it once was now that TV screens are so flat and compact. You just need to have a look around at all your stuff and see what needs a storage area of its own! Here are some great ideas that might pique your interest.
Handmade, elegant and solid, the Dixon Modular Storage Unit from Dare Studio is a beautiful example of well-made British design. Designed by Patrick Frey for Richard Lampert, the sleek, modest and rather demure Stak Trolley system is suited to home and office environments. German-Based Richard Lampert follows the motto: ‘as little as possible, as much as necessary’.