French design company TABISSO has a line of typographic furniture that inspires creative interior design. The lounge chair line includes letters A-Z and numbers 1-9. The floor lamps offer more than 20 punctuation marks. You can personalized your messages with this innovative range of furniture.
You can change the look of your living room every day with the Peahi modular sofa sets. They are very easy to combine. Mix and match the colours with pillows and seats. You can also use them as patio furniture.
Inspired by the daily life in Mexico City, the Loopita Bonita chaise longue by industrial designer Victor M. Aleman is a fun and unique piece of outdoor furniture. Two people can relax at the same time and have a lovely conversation as they soak up the sun by the pool.
From stunning high-backed shelter sofas to classic revival designs, these interesting sofas by Christopher Guy are show-stopping pieces that will enhance the look of any living room. The modern back-to-back seats, French Regency semi-domed love seats and delightful S-shaped seats with fine mahogany bring elegance and sophistication to these high-end furnishings.
Italian furniture company Lago thinks outside the box when it comes to bookshelf designs. These imaginative bookshelves are both functional and creative. The minimalist look and the expressive geometric design defies the conventional and delights our visual senses.
French furniture maker Grange expresses an unique style that combines creative design and beautiful materials. This collection of tables provides inspirational interiors with an ambiance that is part rustic and part industrial.
This small apartment in Sydney, Australia has a layout that revolves around a custom pivoting glass table that swings 180 degrees. The table is attached to a structural column that enables the glass top to swing from the dinning area to the living room and to the kitchen. The all-white apartment interior was designed to let the views of Bondi Beach, the weather and the season set the tone.
This unique collection of tables and consoles designed by Fabio Novembre for Cappellini uses rope legs to support the transparent glasstop. The flexible polypropylene rope legs have steel internal structure covered with red, white or black ropes. The top and bottom caps of each rope are made of satined stainless steel.