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Crave Worthy: Botanist Flora Cocktail Table

Designed by Dario Antonioni and Brandon Lynne, the Botanist Flora Cocktail Table ($1,899) is a sleek choice for a number of design settings — including a chic poolside party. I'm particularly fond of how the floral designs balance the minimalist, modern lines of the table. Also good to know: the aluminum frame of this table, which is reinforced with a welded structural base means that the piece is both light and durable, so much so that it can be used as a bench, too. If you love this style but can't quite swing the price tag on this piece, check out these acrylic floral side tables.

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otay otay 6 years
Very cute! I love the design and how they added flare with the flower deal! Amazing!
beingtazim beingtazim 7 years
great accent table!
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
I love it.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 7 years
This is adorable. I'd love that next to my bed even. It would be so pretty in a bright color.
hexentanz hexentanz 7 years
awwwwwww at first i thought it was a laptop rest, but then i read further. :(
okmaebe okmaebe 7 years
That's a really neat piece. I want to make my own! All I need's a torch and a big piece of metal, right? *grin*
aquanteal22 aquanteal22 7 years
This table is totally gorgeous, but I agree with taboos: the cutouts might not be so practical.
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 7 years
I really like this. I don't know what it would look good with, though. Something of the same style would be too much, but too far from this style would clash.
marinewifey marinewifey 7 years
Wow I love this!
taboos taboos 7 years
I think the concept is good but I don't know if it's practical. Wouldn't things fall through the cut-outs? Maybe if the flowers were etched or if there was glass-like material inserted in the cut-out area... that would be better. IMHO
ElleJay ElleJay 7 years
jedimasterarmi jedimasterarmi 7 years
actually, i don't really like it. it looks like something you'd find on the outside of a computer tower.
emalove emalove 7 years
I love this. It's so different.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years
:love: I am craving it!
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