Designed by Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld and constructed using various South American hardwoods, this bar-on-wheels is a true collector's piece. And it's practical to boot! Its low stature means there's no need to get up from your lounge chair to hit the bar; simply reach over and top up your tipple or grab a snack. When you're not entertaining, it doubles as a coffee or occasional table. Amazing!
Talk about flexible! Elisabeth Lux's accordion storage system is available in any number of segment and shelving combinations, not to mention finishes. Wheels and hinges make it easy to fold and unfold to suit your needs.
These tables are highly functional. Their small footprint when stacked is perfect for everyday, but the added surface area of all three tables comes in handy when entertaining. The rich wood finish suits a variety of colour schemes and styles.
There's no end of perks with this one: It's great for reading, frees up space on the coffee table and keeps numerous books within easy reach of your favourite chair. What a great concept! The books also add lots of visual interest to any space, which makes the lamp a striking conversational piece. (Above: "Canoe" artwork by Erin Vincent, Art Interiors.)