By Al3xa. Coffee Tables. At Sunday, April 29th 2018, 19:18:07 PM.
Markus Linnenbrick makes tables by drilling in acrylic. He`s not crazy, or aggressive, necessarily: he simply has a penchant for the shape and thickness of acrylic tables from the 60s and 70s, and so has identified the surface as his canvas.
Another stunner from CB2, this time featuring a chrome base that works nicely to offset warmer materials, like that vintage walnut media console you may have that we`re hypothetically quite envious of.
Okay, so this isn`t technically a coffee table, but with its hexagonal shape, it can easily be expanded if you buy multiples to whatever shape and size works for your living space.
The unique floor‐lamp recreates a 1907 scheme by Mariano Fortuny. Here, the colors plus tangled patterns sense very casual also traditional but on individual examination with almost every individual section is contemporary. White wainscoting with paneled cabinetry carry back a homey‐aesthetic occupied with ‘memories‘ of trends past. But check–out that tropical ‘backsplash‘ designs! An acrylic–panel over patterned–wallpaper is all you require to get the look.
Contemporary furniture with layout assemble a retro―inspired tone palette, all integrated by a single painting in the pleasant style of 70s graphic design. While the furniture in this living room is perfectly up‐to‐date, it mimics the low‐slung forms trendy in Mid Century Modern homes. The wall‐panels to the right have a touch of "Art Deco" style.