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By using layers of wood and glass, London based designer Christopher Duffy came up with this beautiful Abyss Table that looks like the ocean depths. With a simple idea, Duffy managed to mix two major trends in current design and fin.

Bring the ocean floor indoors with this stunning coffee table by designer Eduard Locota.

Elegant Marble and Acrylic Glass Table Mimics the Layered Depth of the Ocean Floor

The Abyss Table by Duffy London is a conversation piece as much as a functional one. But while previous works play with gravity, this new design is concerned with depth, and creates a geological cross-section (…) Read more

The Abyss Table by Duffy London is a conversation piece as much as a functional one. But while previous works play with gravity, this new design is concerned with depth, and creates a geological cross-section (…) Read more:

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A fresh update on traditional Asian decor creates a welcoming vignette in the entry of this Southern home. The reflective blue artwork and neighboring palm tree gives clue to a coastal locale or an affection of Zen-like qualities.Sylvia Martin
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A fresh update on traditional Asian decor creates a welcoming vignette in the entry of this Southern home. The reflective blue artwork and neighboring palm tree gives clue to a coastal locale or an affection of Zen-like qualities.

Elegant Marble and Acrylic Glass Table Mimics the Layered Depth of the Ocean Floor - My Modern Met

Elegant Marble and Acrylic Glass Table Mimics the Layered Depth of the Ocean Floor

Romanian designer Eduard Locota has just released a unique furniture piece that makes one feel as though they are being drawn into the depths of the ocean.

Varying Intensity  Don’t stick to just one shade. Layer a variety of blues and greens on painted furniture to provide depth and visual interest. Distressing the surface with sandpaper or even judicious taps from a hammer allows multiple colors to shine through

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outdoor cabinet for patio. Keep kids outdoor toys in, put flower pot and lantern on top. Need this for beach towels, sun block, etc.

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