Richard Yasmine's 'Glory Holes' Table is Subtly Bold

 - Aug 12, 2015
References: richardyasmine & design-milk
When furniture has this much personality and can call for attention like this subtly sensual side table, it can become a conversation piece and a staple in any modern home.

Designer Richard Yasmine created this controversial piece of furniture and aptly named it 'Glory Holes' to commemorate its sensual nature. The piece is absolutely daring in its strong gold design that has an innate nature for curiosity.

While it stands out like an audacious piece of jewelry, it is equally functional. It is comprised of two sides, one made of marble and one is a metal with a gunmetal finish, while it is kept up with questionably (but purposefully) shaped solid brass rods that are removable. Also notable, it can be placed on either side, resulting in a variation based on the size of the table you desire.