What do you side tables for? For keeping your favorite books or remote control near the sofa in your living room, for forgetting your coffee mug in the morning right on the edge of a side table, simply for design or to complete a certain unfinished look in a room, side tables are always multipurpose. Today we want to show the most flexible side tables we have ever laid our eyes upon. Check them out and add them into your décor for a minimalist touch. The flexible side tables we want to show you were designed by Luca Nichetto for Cassina and are named Torei Side Table Collection. The name of these pieces of furniture comes from Japanese and it is actually a phonetic transposition of the Japanese word for tray. Why this choice? Because the flexible side tables were envisioned as small dimensions with flexible use pieces of furniture. It is clear that what began as a tray developed into a line of pieces of furniture highly modern, appropriate for any living room bringing a minimalist touch. These tables are available in four main forms and two different heights, allowing you to create or recreate various interior design compositions and giving to your living an air of freshness. You can use the flexible side tables together or individually together with a sofa or armchair. The flexible side tables were made of materials such wood, marble and feature an elegant metal leg as support. These tables seem to take geometry at its best, brightly colored, minimalist concept, modern finishing showing us a touch of inspiration. If you were to take these flexible side tables home with you, what combination, color and material would you choose? We recommend a playful combination of black and red with matching sofa and armchairs for an artistic touch.
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