One of the jobs that a side table should be expected to perform is the accommodation of reading materials. The Amarant Reading Table by Designlabel Spell tackles this task head-on, promising to do just that, without occupying valuable space upon its wooden surface.
In fact, when this eccentric piece of furniture is used properly, the magazines, books, journals and periodicals that fan out to surround the circular ledge create an altered composition of the coffee table that actually renders it larger.
You couldn't necessarily set a cup of tea down onto the edge, but the mantle that radiates from the cantilevered paper tier would provide enough support for the Amarant Reading Table to hold your remote control, your spectacles, your knitting and a great number of other items.
The Amarant Reading Table Fans Out an Assortment of Literature
Amelia Roblin — July 12, 2011 — Art & Design