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“honey, I shrunk (and shrunk and shrunk) the table”

Brooklyn furniture maker Mark de la Vega’s nesting tables are simply the bomb. The classic shape is Ruhlmann in its inspiration with beautiful lines and rich rosewood veneers that have been flipped-matched so as not to point in the same … Continue reading

Houshmands wrap-arounds: not the Diane von Furstenberg type

Surely the design diva would agree with me that today’s featured low table … R-o-c-k-s- da H-o-u-s-e! It’s phenomenal. This elegant and modern glass table is fitted with a walnut micro slab that wraps around the glass like a fitted … Continue reading

Paul Loebach’s 17th century table – reinterpreted!

I’m very lucky living in New York City because I can always find around me an incredible resource of truly awesome designers.  One at the top of his game is Brooklyn-ite Paul Loebach Paul’s 2011 Watson table (named after James Watson, … Continue reading

furniture that brings new life to old trees

I don’t know why, but when I hear the terms “recycled”, “reclaimed” or “re-purposed”, I immediately envision ugly, cheap and utilitarian furnishing, even though I’ve featured some sensational “re-purposed” objects on this blog.  What’s the matter with me!!? Well today’s … Continue reading

cocktails to dinner as quick as speedy gonzalez

People living in small places often repurpose furniture to serve several functions. But never had I seen something like the Transform Table from British cabinetmaker Duffy London. This stylish birch plywood cocktail table works aesthetically because it has the viewer … Continue reading

Guest blogger: dezignlicious

Today I’m thrilled my friend Gail of the very well received blog Dezignilicious (she is coy and will not admit it, but she is famous!) agreed to write a feature for us.  Hope you enjoy it! Wood becomes aluminum becomes … Continue reading

waves of imagination

In my estimation, nothing becomes cutting-edge innovative design until it is replaced by something even more amazing and so today, the 2010 Enignum II dining table by 32-year old Irish wunderkid of design Joseph Walsh remains one of the most … Continue reading