SIDE TABLES: A Selection From D’s Files

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Today we have a selection of side tables from D’s files. They are a mixed bag, with price points to match and availability scattering the globe. Some pieces are still in their prototype phase and others are old favorites from go to designers. As usual, I ended up with a ton of outtakes so I’ll plan to share some of those on D’s Pinterest page this weekend. Until then, I hope you enjoy today’s picks. Above: Bridger Cast Bronze Tables by Caste.



The elegantly predatory looking Bridger Oval Occasional Tables by Caste. Available with wood or stone top.



A fascinating mix of clean lines mixed with the organic, the Twig table / benches ($915 – $2,650) are formed from coppiced hazel wood. Created by Pinch Design in London, you can source these internationally through Pinch’s Stockists.



The Planet swivel side table by the Korean design studio KAMKAM made its debut at Milan Design Week 2013. Designed with efficiency and flexibility in mind, the Corian tops rotate around eachother like planets in the solar system, allowing for laptops, beverages and more to have their own designated and adjustable surface.



The ‘Planet’ you see here is a prototype but we have our fingers crossed for its future availability.



New out this year from Kelly Wearstler, this solid Marble Cylinder Stool / table ($1,400) is a natural beauty.



Talon Antique Brass or Silver Nesting Accent Tables ($360) by Arteriors Home. Available through Vive Decor.



The Oshibori Stool / table, by designer So Takahashi of Heads Inc., is made from folded powder coated sheet metal. The designer cites the piece as a study in the transition between 2D and 3D.



The brainchild of South Korean designer SeungJun Jeong, the Table Chiuet is made from steel pipe and steel sheet. As strong as it is thin, this minimalist stunner virtually disappears when viewed from the side.



Created by Belgium based designer Raphaël Charles – the Multiple table is a brilliant piece composed of groupings of solid beech wood cylinders. Each cylinder adheres to those adjacent to it though a magnetic system. The possibilities with this one are endless. So fun!



With its twisted design, the Acute Mirrored Side Table ($395) by Plantation is reminiscent of the Oshibori Stool / table shown above.



The Hawley Side Table by the Brooklyn based design studio, Egg Collective. The base is made from Pietra Cardosa Marble and the adjustable tops are available in either brass or nickel.



Designed by the New York based Khouri Guzman Bunce Limited, the DeMarco Occasional Table is hewn from two separate blocks of marble and later pieced together to perfection.



Because stools can be side tables too, we have the hot off the presses Elephant stool, designed by Nadadora for the Spanish company Sancal. Available in three sizes, the collection is made for mixing and matching. I think this little guy would look great upholstered in something fluffy… an off white boucle maybe.



A long time D favorite, the Spectacles Table comes in a variety of finishes and glass color options.



So full of personality… how could you not love it? Available to the trade through Holly Hunt.

Until tomorrow…


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