Artist Duffy London is well known for his playful trompe-l'œils, from swing tables that make conferences a fun affair to an abyss table that looks like a cross-section of the ocean floor. London derives
New York City-based designer J. S. Nero created the WiVes' Table, a versatile coffee table that can be set up in a variety of different styles. The designer heat-bent an equilateral steel triangle into a
We've previously featured Duffy for his playful Swing Table, a modular unit that suspends guests around a long table. Like the Swing Table and Duffy's other designs, the Abyss Table expertly executes a
Mike Carpenter of Atlanta-based MDC Interiors crafts gorgeous turn of the century-inspired coffee tables which incorporate the rugged beauty of steel and the gentle warmth of LED lights. 'Glow Table II'
One of the challenges for parents with young children is having kid-friendly objects in your house without making your home feel too much like a nursery. As part of the Masterprogram Child Culture Design
We write about awesome green design every day on Inhabitat, so I can't help but feel rather jealous of the designers who make all of this inspirational stuff. Last weekend though, I got it in my head that
Israeli designer Yoav Avinoam has developed a handcrafted method for casting unique furniture from repurposed sawdust. His beautiful tables and stools juxtapose various textures and are crafted using a