Salone del Mobile Milano was the best place to be inspired thanks to breathtaking exhibitors, insightful events and trendy decor ideas. There was definitely the best place to found fresh novelties that promise to set new tendencies for the present year – from the textures to the colors, from the shapes to the style – so be sure to look out for these and feel free to inspire yourself. Let’s have a look at the most incredible center tables that were presented in the tradeshow!
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Craig by Essential Home
Craig is an oval mid-century modern coffee table that carries an uncompromised retro style and strong presence. It boasts a Green Guatemala marble top, supported by a stainless steel structure in a brass finish with a low shelf for storage. A perfect centerpiece that brings a modern approach to its design.
Latza by Brabbu
The pyramid of stones on the shore of Lake Baikal, known as Latza, inspired the creation of the Latza center table. Featuring a top in walnut root veneer with a matte varnish and details in matte hammered brushed aged brass, this center table is sure to impress. Almost an organic extension to natural elements, Latza is also a craftsmanship icon.
Metamorphosis by Boca do Lobo
Sometimes, design just goes the extra mile. Visually delightful, the Metamorphosis center table is here to represent a unique process that is the transformation into something new. It is composed of two fragments, finished in mirror and noble marble and beautified by the presence of golden creatures that are prepared for their ultimate metamorphosis.
Crackle by Luxxu
If you are looking for more than just a simple contemporary center table, Crackler is the right choice for your living room. This luxurious piece stands itself by the complexity of the manual work on the brass and the technique used to apply the walnut root veneer. More than this, this beauty was made to be a timeless feature that will shine through the years and years to come.
Embrace by Koket
You can take inspiration from a lot of things and the best part is that you can go against normal conventions and break standard boundaries with nothing but your desire – the Embrace center table is proof of that. A provocative and glamorous design, you can also use it as a coffee or cocktail table. Lovely from the bottom to the top!