Tag Archives: cocktail tables

brass coffee tables with sass


I was recently in search of beautiful and contemporary brass coffee tables to “complete” a new living room project. When the subject of a coffee table came up, we immediately went to brass because it adds a wonderful timeless and … Continue reading

ceramic drum stools from italy

I came across these fantastic ceramic drum stools and I just had to share. Doubling as small occasional tables or stools, these color saturated enamel stoneware and buttery-rich vegetable-dyed leather pieces are made in the studio of Italian leather maestro … Continue reading

contemporary cocktail tables that delight

contemporary cocktail tables - Lythos table

I’ve been looking at contemporary cocktail tables for a project. Where sofas and chairs are more often than not of similar forms and functions, cocktail tables can bring some personality to a space. The three contemporary cocktail tables I have … Continue reading

fishing for the perfect cocktail table

Portuguese designer Joaquim Paulo has answered all our prayers with his fab Koi table for Brabbu.  Many times I have searched in vain for the perfect side table that will bring some bling to a space while keeping a cool … Continue reading

A cocktail table James Bond 007 would dig: sexy, stylish and with a hidden side

Il Pezzo Mancante is a newbie high-end design studio in Florence that has captured my attention with its sublime “il pezzo 2” cocktail table.  Whispering 1970s dolce vita, its undulating walnut frame, marble top and brass base make for a … Continue reading

creative contemporary offerings from Spain: toast the organic mid-century cocktail table!

It’s almost passé to have a single cocktail table in your living room today.  And while I’m still living with one at home (guess its time to change!), more and more I’m starting to incorporate tables of different shapes and … Continue reading

A cocktail puzzle

The Egg Collective, a Brooklyn-based design company builds American heirloom quality furniture of contemporary design. But don’t think that “collective” means a bunch of rough-hewn men working together.  Au contraire, the brains and brawn behind the company are three lovelies: … Continue reading