The Stage Legs by Noddy Boffin Look Like Drawn Curtains

 - Apr 28, 2012
References: noddyboffin & design-milk
Inspired by the negative space found between opened theater curtains, the Stage Legs create a unique personality for the table tops they are affixed to. Their shape is not only reminiscent of these drawn curtains, but also of the classic Queen Anne style legs, dubbed the cabriole. The Stage Legs may be a modern interpretation, but they are just as shapely in a sharper way.

Created by Melbourne-based designer Elliot Gorham of Noddy Boffin, the Stage Legs are made out of durable powder-coated steel. Available in a variety of different colors, including blue and purple, the Stage Legs may have a simple sculptural silhouette, but they are robust in nature and appropriately dramatic. Perfect for just about any piece of furniture, not just tables, they boast padded feet and height-adjustable castors.