Does your home need an update? These six new products from Lifestorey may just do the trick!
27 June 2017
Refresh your home interiors with six new furniture pieces from designer furniture store, Lifestorey. Newly added to the collection, the furniture from leading brands Kartell, Bontempi Casa and Hartô ranges from the very practical design of extendable dining tables to the convenience of stackable chairs, and the traditional charm of solid oak tables to the more contemporary metal and wood combinations.
Hélène Extendable Dining Table
A creation of French designer Pierre Dubourg, Hélène is an extendable dining table in solid oak featuring smooth, rounded edges and corners. The table can seat ten people with the extendable panels, and the coloured metal bar completes the contemporary design.
Echo by Bontempi Casa
Bontempi Casa brings the best of contemporary Italian design into this extendable dining table featuring a metal frame in matt lacquer finish. The top and extensions come in a choice of materials from glossy glass and velvet matt anti-scratch glass, to SuperCeramic and SuperMarble. Echo by Bontempi Casa is available in different sizes.
Artistico by Bontempi Casa
Another contemporary design from Bontempi Casa, the Artistico dining table offers fixed top as well as extendable top options to suit your preferences. A lacquered metal frame in monochrome or multicolour is topped in a choice of materials including solid wood, veneer with edge in solid wood, heritage walnut solid wood, veneer, lacquered wood, glossy glass, velvet matt anti-scratch glass, SuperCeramic, SuperMarble, SuperConcrete or natural marble.
Coffee Table Eugénie
An elegant coffee table from Hartô featuring a two-tier design, the Eugénie showcases the simple beauty of varnished wood on the trays while the metal frame in a choice of four colours combines square section tubes with soft curves.
Paula Stackable Chair
The very first wooden chair from French furniture brand Hartô, Paula is a stackable chair designed for comfort and convenience. The solid oak frame is complemented by a plywood seat as well as a removable backrest in different coloured finishes to suit the room’s decor. The very versatile Paula stackable chair fits into any environment, from the dining room to the living room, and from the study to the lounge.
Kabuki by Kartell
Kabuki is an intriguing ﬂoor lamp from Kartell featuring an unusual woven design akin to lace. Fabricated using a sophisticated injection moulding technique, the Kabuki floor lamp has a perforated surface through which light diffuses to create a mesmerising effect.
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