If you require a great deal of surface storage in your particular living room, the Torei Table would make a far more effective and aesthetically interesting setup than the introduction of a single broad surface. These modern pieces afford much more flexible arrangements with their slender widths, their spindly legs and their ability to overlap.
Two different heights to the wood and metal coffee tables make it possible for you to create crossover configurations that can wrap around sofas and offer separate surfaces for placing different sorts of objects, be them decorations or functional items. Luca Nichetto's detached tiers of the coupled and clustered Torei Tables establish more formal and visual dimension. The lightweight quality also makes them easy to shift about the room according to changing preferences.
Torei Table Allows You to Establish an Expansive Setup of Surfaces
Amelia Roblin — December 21, 2012 — Art & Design
References: lucanichetto & blog.leibal