The Bell Table is a side table in black burnished steel and quartz grey. It was designed by Sebastian Herkner. Its minimalist design will make any room look more open and airy. The table has a rounded base, which is ideal for displaying vases, candles and other small items. It features a metal ring at the top.
The Bell Table is a side table made from black burnished steel and quartz grey. It was designed by Sebastian Herkner.
Designed for modern interiors, Sebastian Herkner’s bell table is a unique and beautiful addition to any home. The table’s solid brass or steel pedestal rests atop a lightweight glass base. The top is black lacquered crystal glass. The table features a polished brass or steel base, as well as a handmade crystal glass top.
The Bell Table, designed by Richards Stanisich, draws people together in a circle. Its circular shape is interpreted in the tabletop, plinth footing and base, creating an engaging and practical space for dining and entertaining. The design is also available in custom sizes and finishes.
The light on the Tom Dixon’s bell table features a super shiny surface with mirrored accents. The table is divided into two parts: the base and a dome-shaped light fixture. The light source is hidden under the reflective surface and can be regulated with a large dimmer switch.
A glass bell table will add a whimsical touch to your home. These tables are handmade and may have imperfections such as bubbles or bumps. They are also available in various colours. They are part of the Classicon Collection and have won Red Dot Design Awards.
Sebastian Herkner’s metal bell table combines glass and metal to create an elegant, sculptural design. Its hand-blown glass base provides a striking contrast with the solid brass frame that sits atop. Its curved silhouette resembles the classic silhouette of a bell.
Sebastian Herkner designed the Marble bell table for his ClassiCon collection. This collection is known for its modern interpretation of classical designs and for creating pieces that will last for generations to come. The designer combines colour and modern technology with traditional craftsmanship to create stunning pieces. As a result, Herkner was named the 2019 “Designer of the Year” by Maison&Objet.