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The Handi Man by Bombay Atelier Takes Inspiration from India

 - Mar 26, 2014
References: bombayatelier & contemporist
The Handi Man by Bombay Atelier is based on steel pots made in India, and used to transport local goods. This design firm has taken inspiration from these distinct pots, and turned them into handy side tables.

The material used for the design is steel, and multiple colors are used to create a funky aesthetic rather than a more industrial look. Overall the pots are quite minimalist, with the colorful steel around the base and sides and a simple wooden top. Ideally the Handi Man side tables would be used to add a bit of punch to the home with the various colors available (of course along with its regular function of holding glasses and household items). The designs come in pink, green and red.