Coffee table with lacquered or glass top

design by Roberto Lazzeroni

Sleek, 1950s-inspired side tables

The Flowers side tables are the ultimate in sleek design, with subtly irregular, elliptical petals in lacquered wood resting on slender metal structures. The clear 1950s influence is synonymous with the style of designer Roberto Lazzeroni, who opts for lacquered tops to bring vibrancy and warmth to the domestic space. Available in two heights and four dimensions, the Flowers tables can be used individually or as part of a group. Also available with a matt grey stone top.

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    Our products are characters in a bigger picture, a lifestyle vision centred around the concept of dialogue.Dialogue as an idea of home, of a bespoke space, of the ideal forum for relationships and sharing moments.Dialogue as the fusion of form and materials, of aesthetics and function. An expression of Lema’s ability to combine various difference design styles in one, harmonious collection.Our furnishings are designed to interact with one another but can also exist on their own, having been devise to adapt to personal lifestyles in houses all over the world.