Honeycomb coffee table

Friday, 4 May 2012 11:52 AM

A geometric honeycomb of steel makes up this German-designed coffee table.

The table is from the Loll collection which won the 2012 Interior Innovation award.

The coffee table is coated in steel and is available in both white and black styles.

The range also includes a coat stand and side table.coffee table

All feature a very unique pattern of shapes matched together like a honeycomb.

The coffee table is ultra modern yet functional.

Because it has a minimalist appearance it would go with many different interior decors.

We suggest pairing it with an animal print rug and a monotone lounge.

A glass vase with flowers on top and a collection of your favourite magazines would add to the look.

The sleek and simple lines of these design pieces and the sculptural aspects make the table both a piece of furniture and a piece of art.

It would make a bold stylish statement in your home.

The collection comes from German design house Pulpo is available from Found Home Store.

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