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From consoles to cupboards, beds to bookcases, the W* House features our favourite pieces of design from across the globe, room by room. Designed by Berlin-based Hanna Litwin and Romin Heide of Buro Famos, the 'MIL' coffee table debuted at La Cividina's stand at Salone del Mobile this year. Designed in 1956 by Ercol founder Lucian Ercolani, this set of pebble-shaped tables features the British company’s signature fluid curves and tapered legs.
Studio Valentin Loellmann launched last year creating artful contemporary furniture pieces.
Manitoba-based design studio Thom Fougere were inspired by their flat, native prairies for the 'Tyndall' coffee table. South African designer-maker Joe Paine has presented this steel and anodised bronze bedside table. Italian brand Serralunga have added new metallic hues to their LouLou outdoor table collection.
In a combination of subtle shapes and shades, Italian designer Luca Nichetto presents this simplistic dining table. Crafted from magnificent American black walnut inset with opulent brass strips, the Ellis side table showcases modern luxury but with a nod to the traditional. For their new Design Miami-released collection, Holly Hunt studio aimed to create tactile, inviting objects that balanced the angular with the circular. Available in various sizes as well as a selection of neutral colours, including bleach, dusty cocoa, tin grey or lacquered natural ash, the Aki collection are a series of satisfyingly minimalist, unpretentious tables. There are endless possibilities with this streamlined table by Southern Italian brand Daa Italia. Nendo’s seemingly bottomless design production never fails to amaze for its imaginative quality and humorous undertones. These tables by Brazilian designer Humberto da Mata reflect his ethos of 'fragmentation and rebuilding'. Contemporary aesthetic marries traditional wood making techniques in this table by Sebastian Mann, part of a collection of asymmetrical furniture that includes coffee tables and desks. This geometric project builds on the Korean designer's work for Christofle, that bought together marble and silver to form his sleek Clivage fruit bowls.
Launched at New York's ICFF fair this year, the Altai console table – a piece taken from the wider Altai range – is produced by Skram furniture, based in North Carolina.
Ever since the birth of their 'Spaghetti' chair back in 1979, creating shapely forms has been in the DNA of Italian brand Alias. French designer Constance Guisset shows her design flexibility with the 'Flamingo' desk, which is a world away from her more colourful works (the pigmented 'Francis' mirror previously won Guisset a Wallpaper* design award.) This sculpted desk is multifunctional and can exist anywhere in the household.

Andrea Parisio’s table for Italian furniture maker Meridiani is a sophisticated celebration of sculptural lines and colour compositions. More colors and styles, call for more info 877-732-2586Bernadette Livingston Furniture is simply the best in luxury furniture and high end home furnishings. The clear rectangular tempered glass table top (10mm) rests on a stylish angular designed solid beech wood stained base with aluminum center trim. Simple and stylish from ??????? dining table leaving table coffee coincide in the table recommended!
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The appealingly simple table top covers an intelligent base, formed of four, asymmetrically interlocking legs. It is ideal for compact rooms, as the two smaller tables neatly slot underneath the biggest one to save space when not in use. For PAD Paris, the German artist designer formed a metal and wood collection that is delicately balanced.
The Canadian brand often embodies a Scandinavian style that here was inspired by 17th century furniture. Left unfinished, the stone top will slowly degrade, exposing fossil fragments and layers of stories - helping it to retain its unique character. For the multifaceted piece, Johannesburg-based Paine creates a circular top that doubles as storage, while adding an abstract but space saving candle holder high in the air; a decorative touch that contrasts the three small legs of the table. This cleverly allows for an electrical cord of a lamp or a battery charger to be tucked through, and stowed away out of sight. Formed from a collaboration with Francesca Valan – a specialist in innovative colour design – the table features a striking, matt golden, copper or titanium top, on a wide, conical base.
Minimalist in its appearance yet composed from a bold mix of tubular marble legs and a thin hardwood tabletop, the contrasting materials allows for a contemporary and slightly abstract finish. Its slender legs seemingly defy gravity as they support the solidity of the wood, providing a beautiful contrast between the timeless materials. This 'Peso' side table was previously only available in black or red lacquer, but now arrives in this increasingly sophisticated marble top and dark wood finish. With a solid ash frame and an ash-veneered MDF top, the collection from contemporary Italian brand Traba offers a simple yet elegant dining or coffee table solution. The geometric model, aptly named 'Oh, rectangular,' is available in everything from wood fibre and lacquered black to anodic bronze, white porcelain or calcatta marble. For Tokyo Designers Weekend, the design studio collaborated with local gallery Eye of Gyre to create a set of tables that blend in with the shape of the interiors, minimally wrapping around a corner or disappearing into the floor. The collection is made up of tables and sofas, all recognisable by their unique steel and timber legs that are separately attached to the pieces. The 'Saen' dining table, by designers Gabriele and Oscar Buratti, also follows this brand aesthetic. The simple matte grey metal framework and veneer oak top is accessorised with matching document holders and a removable drawer compartment that can transform the structure from study hub to minimalist vanity table. Its asymmetrical structure gives it a dynamic look and contributes to a design that mixes a modern language with traditional materials and construction. Available in monochromatic shades of marble, glass and wood, MIL also comes in three different sizes, which can be half-nested or grouped together in clusters creating a versatile, multi-layered surface.

Comprising elm tabletops and turned beech legs, the classic designs are manufactured at Ercol’s HQ in Buckinghamshire.
Inspired by the idea of haute couture and fitted clothing, the handcrafted range combines skinny animalistic legs and a sleek polished dark wood top.
Upgrading the form for the contemporary world, here they have used composite sheets for the entire model, playing with different levels in the striking grainy abstract shapes.
Tyndall stone is common to Canada's pastoral land, and the slab appears to float upon the low, steel structure. The crafted piece incorporates American ash as the top, and is available in a white steel version. The 'cut' also adds aesthetic value - revealing a cross section of the wood used, uncovering unique grain patterns.
Imagined by in-house designer Raffaella Mangiarotti, this unique, field-mushroom was inspired by the iconic Serralunga 'Newpot' vase.
Manufactured in Northern Portugal by De La Espada, the model also arrives in a round model and darker Negro Marquina marble for an opposing warmer aesthetic.
Designed by New York based KGBL who founded in 2009, the table arrives in solid brass, copper, silicon bronze or stainless steel metals with American black walnut or alternatively, fumed white oak. Evoking the strong American warmth that lives in the Chicago-based brand's ranges, the table is made contemporary by the highly polished stone top, Peso (or ‘weight’ in Spanish). Designed by architect Emilio Nanni who has created collections for Roche Bobois and MDF Italia in the past, Aki's irregular, rounded top lays sturdily on angled, trestle legs, creating a workbench feel. Designed by Rome-based Angeletti Ruzza who specialise in angular forms, the intricate legs cleverly contrast the clean table top to create its strong form which is also found in 'Oh Square,' a smaller yet equally dynamic version. In addition, the simple framework of the Eindhoven-based designers can be extended to create a double overlapping tabletop. The polished stainless steel half of each piece is industrially made, while the other half – the marble section – is handcrafted. The simplistic form is available in dark and light woods with the natural blemishes that make all of Skram's crafted hand-made products so idiosyncratically attractive. Available in both square and round top iterations, the free flowing table stands along on a solid circular concrete leg, leading up to the contrasting thin and refined natural oak surface. The sculptural bronzed brass frame is combined with the lacquered terracotta top, with a horizontal support in the same material offering a stronger base to the large top.
Designed by Dario Gaudio and Alessandro Stabile, 'Orio' is available in two different sizes, and in solid walnut or ash.
LouLou is available in a variety of useful sizes, and the round top seen here can be exchanged for a square one.
Emphasised by the gently rugged, textured materials, the tables are left deliberately unpolished, allowing whatever’s placed on top to take centre stage.
The table was part of a six-designer exhibition and will be available soon from Danish brand Please Wait to Be Seated.

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