Looking for the best design is quite tricky, many designs only last for a couple of years or even a couple of months, and after that the design change again. This will make the arrangements for your furniture becomes old and not attractive enough. That is why today we will share with you the Top 5 Iconic Table Designs That Are Timeless And Enchanting.
1. Isamu Noguchi Noguchi Table
The Namesake is taken from its creator, Isamu Noguchi. The framed Noguchi is art in itself, but unlike a painting that you can’t touch, this table is a masterpiece that is created in 1948 that you can admire and touch. One of the reasons it become an important collection item is because of the different views that you can get from every different angle.
2. Josef Albers Nesting Tables
For those who love colorful and cheerful colors, Josef Table is one of the collections that you should have. This table debuted around 1919 to 1933, and Albert itself is the one that acts as the Director of Bauhaus’s furniture workshop. Not only the table looks colorful and cheerful, but the 20th-century design makes it look enchanting.
3. Florence Knoll Large Side Table
Although the table looks simple and only with a touch of glass, Florence successfully makes this table become one of the surviving table designs from many decades ago. The simple yet gorgeous design of this table makes it become one of the favorite tables even today.
4. Eero Saarinen Tulip Dining Table
Not only did this design become one of the popular table designs, but it also become an inspiration for a few massive retailers at that time. In his interview in Time magazine in 1956, he admitted that the design came from his distaste for “the slum of legs in the U.S home”.
5. Yves Klein Coffee Table
Although this table is an unfinished product due to Yves Klein’s untimely death in 1962, this table still become one of the favorites for the table collectors at that time. And even many years later, the table still give a huge impact on the current table design.