Kitchen islands are multifunctional and are perfect for loft and studio apartments. The various shapes, designs, materials and sizes gives a person the flexibility to choose one that is suitable for their needs. It is a great alternative to a dining table or a workspace area in the kitchen.
Based on the train compartments of the Orient Express, the “Il Treno” by Tjep is a compact dining compartment that offers a private table for two, while providing adequate storage for your dining cutlery. Featuring the structure finished in Ash or Oak wood, together with steel structural support elements, the modular dining table allows a private dining space to encourage intimacy and romanticism among the users.
Nature has always been a great source of inspiration for designers looking to carve out something unique but at the same time natural. Drawing inspiration from an old big tree with dense branches spreading all around, designer Jeroen Bomers has developed an artistic dining table that gives a classic look to modern interiors. Dubbed after the designer as “Bomers’ Nr.1,” the handmade dining table employs a 200-year-old oak wood board as a table top to give it a rustic design.
Center table is an essential piece of furniture in any home that brings all the family members together in the living area. Adding life to the wooden piece of furniture, designer Lisa Tischer has come up with a vigorous table that unfurls unlimited possibilities to the each member of the family. Dubbed as “Living Table,” the standalone furniture unit becomes a meeting place for elders and a workstation for working family members.