Dum Office's Beech Table Seems Inspired by Tie-Dye

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 3, 2011 • References: dumoffice & mocoloco
The Beech table seems inspired by the tie-dye theme that is slowing welcomed back by the fashion industry. Of course, I'm not referring to the psychedelic mess of colors that passed as tie-dye in the 70s. Instead, I'm referring to the gradual, gradient style that is the modern take on such a retro technique.

Designed by Dum Office, which is based in Amsterdam, the Beech table is part of a bigger collection comprised of bended wood chairs that complement this customizable table. Essentially, the Beech table is an oversized three-legged trestle that can feature a different tabletop depending on personal style and taste. This unique purple gradient coating on glass really stands out, creating a spectacular conversation piece that's also functional. Stats for Gradient Glass Furniture Trending: Older & Chilly
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