Since furniture is meant to occupy space in a room, it's good to see pieces that really assert their presence. These Silo tables by Benjamin Hubert do so with their remarkable weight and the dense appearance of their solid granite structures.
The modern monoliths appear to formally mimic the mortar and pestle in the kitchen and fulfill the capacity to store items like their name suggests. Standing 50 centimeters tall, the hefty stone pieces make short but assertive side tables with soft sanded ash wood lids. These provide flat surfaces for setting down books and drinks and afford easy access into the hollow core.
Huburt's Silo tables can hide miscellaneous clutter from around any home, and suit the decor of both contemporary and rustic interiors.
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