Today we are focusing on center tables inspired by Sarah Lavoine projects, a Parisian aesthete. The designer described herself has an “interior designer and colorist“. Sarah Lavoine was always intrigued by the transformation colors would do to an area, and one day it encouraged her to start creating furniture and accessories that would complete a home staying always styled and classic.
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The Lallan II Center Table, by Brabbu, combines four different materials and finishes, such as palisander wood veneer, black lacquer, polished brass, and antique brass. This center table creates the perfect environment and combines perfectly with the chairs in this room.
The Empire Center Table, by Luxxu, has an extravagant shape of refinement and style. It is carefully made in brass and Nero Marquina marble. This is a combination of classic and modern design, perfect for this interior project.
To bring the nature aspect inside your living room, nothing better than adding a rustic wood center table. Sequoia Center Table, by Brabbu, is inspired in one of the largest and tallest trees in the world that grows in California. Sequoia is a force of Nature. The distinct walnut root veneer top shows the passage of years and the base in brass with aged patina adds a refined touch. This coffee table proves the beauty of the action of time.
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The Manuka Center Table, by Brabbu, is an exquisite piece that resembles a glorious beehive. The aged matte brass structure and bronze glass table top make it the perfect fit for modern interior design just like this project. The aged matte brass structure will match the gold details in the stools, giving a natural touch to the area.
The Lautner Center Table, by Essential Home, stands out for its curved edges, mixing earth-tone colors from the varnished walnut wood and polished brass. Its artisan quality and crafted work provide a striking centerpiece for the living room. It has a moody smoked glass on the top and a shelf at the base that offers additional storage.
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