ISSUE 43  |  Color Stories

8 Side Tables in Confident Colors

October 29, 2015 1:00 PM

BY Alexa Hotz

Spotted (and admired): brightly colored side tables–some that function as both stool and table. Here’s a look at our recent favorites.

Above: Made in Japan by Karimoku, the pink-washed Cocktail Table is $995 at Scholten & Baijings. For more information on the designers, see our post Geometric Japanese Furniture with Sustainability in Mind.

Above: Martino Gamper’s Arnold Circus Stool is an angular side table (shown in orange) made in New Zealand from recyclable plastic; $230 NZD ($155 USD) at Everyday Needs.

Above: Another stool as side table, Max Lamb’s Last Stools are soon to arrive to Discipline, a new design retailer out of Italy, in new colors. Contact Discipline for pricing and availability.

Above: Designed by Philipp Mainzer for e15, the Enoki Side Table is available in unexpected color combinations with marble or wood tops. They’re £645 to £955 ($984 to $1,457) at Via Duct in the UK.

Above: Model and designer Ana Kras’s Slon Pedestal Tall Table from her Slon line for Matter Made is $1,900.

Above: Inspired by the shape and color of fisherman’s floats, Pinch Design’s Float Table is $1,686 in various colors at the Future Perfect.

Above: Another table by Kras for Matter Made, the Slon Push Top Tall Table in pale blue; $1,900 at Matter.

Above: Open tables with colorful tops by Slowood Studios are inspired by both Bauhaus and De Stijl design. The Small Stool acts as a side table and is $295 at Hawkins New York.

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