Raise your hand if you do not have at least one centerpiece at home! It is difficult to find a table without this simple furniture element that has all won for its functionality and beauty. The centerpiece makes the table complete and when it is not time for lunches or dinners, it enriches the kitchen table or the living area.
Today we will discover the centerpiece of design and the modern centerpiece that can be used in the purity of their design or enriched with a creative and personal touch. In fact, nothing prevents us from customizing the centerpiece with flowers or decorations to adapt it to the recurrence we are celebrating. Let's start with the elevation we often find on the most luxurious tables or in the more classic environments.
An elegant centerpiece with classic lines suitable for serving sweets, fruit and pastries during the most formal lunches. The white porcelain modeled by the Designer Marcel Wandersma gives us a centerpiece dedicated to the special atmospheres of Christmas parties. This design centerpiece can be recommended to the most creative, as a base for raising a DIY centerpiece with Christmas decorations and glitter powder.
The Finnish master craftsman for glass processing, gives us a collection lift, as simple as a drop. Kastehelmi, which in Finnish means just a drop of dew, is a lift designed by Oiva Toikka as a centerpiece or to serve the sweet while dining with friends. Leaving space to fantasy, you can compose a scenic centerpiece, using the Kastehelmi floor as a base for flowers or candles, creating a unique and imaginative table.
A slight movement of small splinters creates the centerpiece family La stanza dello Scirocco-Alessi. Black, White and polished steel for a modern centerpiece to be used in everyday life as a fruit or to leave empty at the center of our table. A geometric design that will conquer a special space in our kitchens.
Dimensions contained for the centerpiece Kaleidos of Alessi designed by Naoko Shintani. Designer has been inspired by the creases that characterize origami by translating Japanese art into a home object. The paper becomes steel and the bent sections make up a modern centerpiece that we can use as a basket, fruit or storage container. A modern piece of furniture that will enrich our everyday, available in black and white.
Can you find the charm of nature in an industrial furnishing element? If we let go of the vortex designed by Australian designer Adam Cornish, the answer is yes! Trinity is a steel centerpiece with a spiral structure designed for everyday use as a basket or fruit holder. The elegant concentric shape creates movement and stainless steel makes this centerpiece suitable for modern kitchens.
Finally, we dedicate the space to an original centerpiece that will be protagonist even in the richest tables. A form of fishing boat, Paper boat is made of silver plated and has important dimensions. In fact, with its sixty-three cm. long, it can accommodate small objects or even bigger fruits if we remove the central part. A modern and unique centerpiece that will surely leave everyone open to being out of style but with simplicity.