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Homesthetics

Experimental Furniture-Modern Inspiring Fusion Tables by Matthew Robison

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As the well known architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe said, “Less is more”.

Today we have a small, yet very original example of a small yet solid wood table. This particular table is manufactured from American Walnut and Maple. The over all appearance seems cartoonist and will collect lots of smiles. We can only imagine that the inspiration came from an accident in the kitchen or something similar, because there is proof that everything can inspire you from nature to mistakes, or natural mistakes.

Homesthetics Conclusion

Even though the design is rather unique, the small coffee table would find her way around in pretty much any contemporary interior, the fusion table seems to enhance the feel of the room, to give it an artistic vibe along with smiles and laughter.
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Photo Courtesy to Matthew Robinson

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