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Get Playful with Mambo’s Helene Marble Tables

Mambo Unlimited Ideas recently unveiled two fresh designs – the marble Helene Center Table and Side Table. Mambo has a beautiful way of making the hard material feel soft through the design of the tables’ shapes and curves. You can mix and play with their selection of marbles to create a unique piece that’s all your own. Available tabletop choices include estremoz rosa or estremoz nero marquina, while the feet come in estremoz white matte, rosa, and nero marquina. The marbleization and textures Mambo has chosen are a real aesthetic treat.

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Self-assembly Gives DIY Instructions on How to Build 7 Modern Chairs

DIY design resource Self-assembly recently published step-by-step instructions on how to make seven different chairs, including chairs designed by Enzo Mari, Max Lamb, Gerrit Rietveld, and Tord Boontje.

Two by Two Chair by Ian Anderson

Self-assembly is a platform that encourages people to make their own replicas of iconic furniture designs instead of buying massed produced versions – reclaiming their purchasing power and the term “DIY” in the process. Self-production and critical thought on design, consumption, and production are encouraged through the instructions and the voices of designers who have championed the DIY movement themselves.

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The Minimalist Mjolk Tambour Cabinet by Thom Fougere

Mjolk Tambour Cabinet is a minimal cabinet created by Canada-based designer Thom Fougere for Mjölk. Working within the fields of product design, architecture, and furniture, Thom Fougere has had works exhibited on the international platform as well as lead the design for EQ3’s expansion across Canada and the United States.

Fougere’s most recent collaboration sought the creation of solid oak or walnut cabinet that features sliding tambour doors, which can wrap entirely around the back of the frame. The movement of the doors as they bend around the corner is both a tactile and auditory experience within itself.


MINIFORMS’ Barry Table Changes Mass Depending on Visual Perception

Expect the Barry to look different as you circle around the table – that’s because the curved legs and table top tease your visual perception between paper thin to solid, depending on the angle by which they are seen. Designer Alain Gilles designed the Barry table for the Italian label MINIFORMS. The thin metal sheet legs are curved to look welcoming and friendly and to provide structural support to the tabletop, which has a deep chamfer on its edges so that it can appear extremely thin and lightweight or dense and heavy depending on the angle.

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Flitch Furniture Makes Modular Furniture for Customizable Storage

Raleigh-based design brand Flitch Furniture, known for its modular designs, is ready to help out with spring cleaning. Three modular units at different scales, two stools, and three sizes of plant stands are all available as storage solutions that can change with your home. Inspired by the idea that furniture assembly should be fun and not a chore, Flitch’s products feature a pressure fit system and wooden dowel pins to eliminate the use of tools altogether.

Three versions of the Base modular unit offer versatile storage solutions that can be customized as needed. Three base sizes, the Base