For the daisies out of season, but know he loves, or not, always want to. However, usually a romantic nature – very creative people, therefore, will always find a way out. And does it matter on which the petals guess at love – on white flower, or on wood, of which is an unusual table Loves Me Loves Me Not from Vogel Living Design.
The power of love and beauty of nature, not otherwise, inspired by John Vogel and Justin Plunkett, the authors of this nice creative project. Their table-daisy Loves Me Loves Me Not is not only an elegant piece of furniture, but also a symbol that men are romantic is not a myth but a reality.
As can be seen in the illustrations, a coffee table in the form of chamomile is made of wood and consists of eight modules, blades that can be used individually or acting as a mini-table for gifts, flowers, or interior, and all together to form a flower. Incidentally, the author points out that the modules, the petals can be purchased separately – not necessarily order daisy-table full. And the more petals, the more varied forms of tables, which can make of them.
Design Studio Vogel Living Design that works on the realization of the idea of ??a romantic table, located in Cape Town in South Africa. Furniture is handcrafted of solid wood, which the company has developed a sustainable business model: tree planting is funded by the products sold, and over time they will be planted much more than recycled.