The launch of Mutina Revington Tables comes to celebrate a decade of successful association between furniture designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby and Italy-based ceramic giant company Mutina. The collection endeavors to provide a chic take to the not-so-popular side tables in the most contemporary way.
Crafted with cast molds and a series of chromatic glazes, the amalgamation of five distinct tables: two wall tables and three freestanding tables, make for a light-hearted set-up. Mutina Rivington Tables are handcrafted objects made in Italy displaying the essence of artisanal craftsmanship through its craft.
Adorning a round and rectangular geometric shape, the coffee tables are seen displaying a sheen and have different heights to work around with. One wall table features a round top, while the rest of the tables are topped with a rectangular surface. Aiding functionality, the compact tables offer creativity through design.
Revington Tables provide interior designers with the liberty to incorporate these playful tables to create numerous aesthetic layouts. These tables display the ceramic industry’s diversity to create sustainable stylish products beyond the traditional approach for your space.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby commented on the Mutina Rivington Tables by Barber & Osgerby saying, ‘With Rivington Tables, we enjoyed the liberty to craft a more compact collection where color plays a pivotal role. It can be bolder, more vibrant… kind of like candy.’ The use of vibrant and contrasting hues in combination is what keeps the end-user hooked.
Follow Homecrux on Google News!