We thought it only fair to throw open the doors to the W* House and share with you how we’d fit out our dream digs. From consoles to cupboards, beds to bookcases, the W* House features our favourite pieces of design from across the globe, room by room. When it comes to sharing our finds, we wanted to keep things simple, letting you furnish your house with the click of a mouse, the Wallpaper* way. 

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'Simple' writing desk

OEO Studio / HBF furniture

Danish minimalism marries American craft in this writing desk. Launched at NeoCon fair in Chicago, the wooden piece has an adaptable shape designed by Copenhagen-based OEO Studio as a 'simple' workspace (just as the title alludes). There is nothing simple about the manufacturing though; created by American furniture company HBF, their fine wood adds subtle warmth and rigour to the model, drawing it away from the corporate office furniture aesthetic.


Petit h / Neal Feay
Price on request

The latest offering from Petit h, the playfully experimental arm of Hermès, is a collection of tables created in conjunction with Californian aluminium masters Neal Feay. At first glance, one wouldn't think the two companies had much in common. ‘But actually, we have lots,’ says Pascale Mussard, a sixth-generation member of the Hermès family and the brains behind Petit h. ‘A family affair, legacy and innovation, a love for material, and the desire to make simple, beautiful objects with the juxtaposition of each other’s know-how.’ Their signature materials – leather and aluminium – come together strikingly in this collection of tables, formed of two contrasting colours that complement each other perfectly.

As originally featured in the April 2017 issue of Wallpaper* (W*217)

‘Brogue’ table

Bethan Gray / Lapicida
From £4,200

The ‘Brogue’ table side table is the latest sculptural creation to come from Bethan Gray’s collaboration with Lapicida. The design has been translated into solid white Carrara marble, complete with punched and stitched edge detailing rendered into the stone. The architectural piece offers a unique and contemporary approach to decorative stone and adds a luxury accent to the space.

‘Primo Terrazzo Tavolini’ tables

Theo Williams / Another Brand
From £225

Another Brand's wooden ‘Primo Tavolini’ tables have been given a new look for 2017: a Terrazzo finish. Comprising an intensely polished mixture of marble-chip and cement, the trio of stool-shaped tables are desiged by the brand's creative director Theo Williams and offer the luxe of marble, with all the versatility of cement, resulting in a highly customisable, bold range.

'Juju' coffee table

Garth Roberts / Serralunga
From €230

The 'Juju' coffee table merges the playful sides of designer Garth Roberts and outdoor furniture company Serralunga. Designed to look like a small amulet, the simple, unadorned model is a versatile option for outdoors, both as a functional table or as a sculptural addition. The piece is available in the Italian company's array of glossy and matte colours, and has the option of subtle under-lighting.

'Wind' table

Victoria Wilmotte / Matière Grise
€360 each

French designer Victoria Wilmotte was inspired by the folding techniques in origami for these low tables. Made of steel, the geometric tables are available in playfully bold hues for an exciting contemporary addition to the space. Designed for French retailer Matière Grise, Wilmotte has also realised a futuristic mirror for the collection that also nods to her sharp aesthetic.

'Blocks' table

Andy Martin Studio

Australian-born architect Andy Martin has created new iterations of his 2013 'Blocks' range. Realising the resin pieces in circular table configurations, the sculptural pieces adopt an ethereal quality in hazy yet vibrant hues. Available in frosted or glossy versions, the tables can be appear as visually striking ornaments that effortlessly play with shape and colour.

'Terra' marble table

Simon Legald / Normann Copenhagen
From £249

Simon Legald has given southern European materials a robust modern twist with this Terrazzo table. Titled 'Terra,' the pastel hued pieces have an exclusive quality through each Terrazzo sheet being unique in its naturally developed patterns. Produced for Danish brand Normann Copenhagen, the minimalist models also have whimsically twisted legs that contrast the flat, lacquered top.


Hugo Passos / Fredericia Furniture
From €287

Danish brand Fredericia Furniture has collaborated with Portuguese designer Hugo Passos to create this versatile collection of functional tables. Drawing on Passos' expertise in wood, they have carved the simple collection intricately to create slender thin tops and contemporary round legs. Available in different finishes including oiled, black lacquered and white, the pieces can be used in every room for any occasion.

Table Bistrot Garbo40 Ronde

Antonino Sciortino / Serax

Antonino Sciortino's 'Table Bistrot Garbo40 Ronde' for Serax is an apt demonstration of the Milan-based designer's hand with iron. A circular tabletop sits on a triangulated base formed from singular soft iron rods, which collectively cast a unique dancing shadow on their surroundings. Thanks to a vintage finish and simplicity in form, this table offers a sculptural aesthetic that integrates comfortably in a variety spaces.

Available from WallpaperSTORE*

Napa drinks table


This summer, Sabin’s classic Napa drinks table has been adapted for the great outdoors, helping you to add the perfect colour accent to your garden terrace. Keeping its signature circular shape, spherical foot leg ends, and sophisticated diagonal stretcher, Napa has been rejuvenated by a vibrant lick of paint on the powder coated steel in your choice of colour. Included in the range are a punch-orange and forest green that work together beautifully in a contrasting pair.

'Bowl' table


Fusing traditional Indian craftsmanship with clean Scandinavian design, Ayush Kasliwal's 'Bowl' table is a smooth amalgamation of two styles that, on paper, aren't supposed to work. In reality, the combination of a sustainably-sourced mango wood tabletop — crafted using techniques of Kharadi, an Indian wood turning community — and the clean silhouette cast by milled hollow steel rod legs, is a success. True to Mater's environmentally-friendly ethos, the table is finished with a lead-free, water-based PU lacquer.

Available from WallpaperSTORE*

'Palladio' console

Claesson Koivisto Rune / Artifort

A series of simple tables with classic proportions, Swedish architecture and design practice Claesson Koivisto Rune’s Palladio collection for Dutch company Artifort is a colourful expression of minimalist design. The tables, such as this slender console, are characterised by the subtle joint between the legs and the top, developed by Artifort’s in-house engineers. ‘We were equally inspired by the work of the Venetian master of Renaissance architecture Andrea Palladio and the minimalistic sculptures of American artist Donald Judd,’ explain the designers.


Vincenzo De Cotiis / Progetto Domestico
Price on request

Vincenzo De Cotiis’ latest collection, Pop Nouveau, combines traditional materials with new, unexpected forms, such as in this organically shaped, polished brass side table.

'Salute' side table

Sebastian Herkner / La Chance

Austrian designer Sebastian Herkner's 'Salute', produced by La Chance, is a solid lesson in luxury and functionality. Belonging to a family of tables that may be used individually or displayed as a group, the high table is crafted from a cylindrical black marble plinth, interrupted by a circular black steel tray which appears suspended from the table's main body.

Available from WallpaperSTORE*


Roberto Lazzeroni / Giorgetti
€ 7,490

Roberto Lazzeroni’s ‘Memos’ series for Giorgetti celebrates the sensual nature of wood, combining it with glass and marble in either round or rectangular versions. The table pictured here features a solid ash base and comes with a Lazy Susan insert in bronze-tinted glass.


Draga & Aurel / Baxter
€ 980

This set of tables by Draga Obradovic and Aurel Basedow are part of a collection that marks Italian company Baxter’s first foray into outdoor furniture. Made from coloured concrete, their textured sides and sleek appearance elevate an austere material to luxury status.


Marconato & Zappa / Busnelli

Designed by Marconato & Zappa, an interior design and architect practice based in Como, in northern Italy, the ‘Stardust’ desk forms part of a bedroom set that also includes a bed, a side table and a series of poufs. Supported by a metal structure, which is available in either a gold or antique finish, the desk features a slim wooden top and two drawers and is lined with a luxurious leather, available in a variety of shades. The same leather finish is used to line the drawers and the recessed tray on the desktop, making the ‘Stardust’ a sophisticated yet functional marvel.


Sebastian Herkner / Linteloo
Price on request

German designer Sebastian Herkner adds to his collection of designs for Netherlands-based Linteloo's with these abstract ceramic tables. In-between coffee and side table size, the surface area is made up of a puzzle of geometric plates. Each model contains one plate with a refined detailing that resembles a japanese style sushi plate and encourages you to eat straight from the table.


Peter Mabeo / Mabeo

Botswana brand Mabeo focuses on wooden pieces by the likes of Claesson Koivisto Rune, Luca Nichetto and Patricia Urquiola. This simple desk, by founder Peter Mabeo, is inspired by a saddle bag and is enriched by linear carvings on the side drawers.


Tito Toso / Pedrali
From €325

Lightweight and contemporary, these newly designed tables by Tito Toso for Italian manufacturer Pedrali can neatly fit into any room environment. Available in an assortment of colours and materials, including marble and steel, in black, white and turquoise, the geometric pieces arrive in different heights with four trapezoidal steel rods holding up each of the square and round tops.


Tim Kerp / Pianca Spa

Technology melds with design for this coffee table by German designer Tim Kerp. Using lasers, the thick metal has been bent, cut and folded for a geometric finish. The masculine frames are available in an assortment of colours for a sophisticated addition to any modern space. 'Duetto' has been produced by Italian brand Pianca Spa and covered with epoxy paint and water-based varnishes for a sleek and slender finish. Photography: Chikako Harada


Francesco Rota / Lapalma
Price on request

These versatile tables have been designed by LaPalma's art director Francesco Rota. Easily transportable with the bent handle feature, 'Jey' is comparable to chess pieces, arriving in a pure monochrome palette. Rota also plays with shape in the design: the solid bases are all cylinder, but the laminate tops come in a choice of different geometrical forms, lending itself to the Italian brand's modern design aesthetic.

Teg Cut

€ 590

Helsinki-based designer Tebian was inspired during a minor fall for his 'Teg Cut' tables. When he tripped to the ground, he noticed the natural flagstones that fill the streets of the Finnish capital, and replicated their forms in the triangular shapes of these tables. Made up of Carrara marble sitting on top of metal legs, the small three-legged side tables join together like a puzzle to make a larger table. The multifaceted pieces come together to make an assortment of table models, appearing rather minimalist in their separated form, but maximalist when connected with multiple legs webbed together. Photography: Krista Keltanen


MUT Design / Sancal

Inspired by the playful contemporary architecture of Mies van der Rohe and Frank Lloyd Wright, 'Duplex' is the first range of tables designed by MUT Design for Spanish brand Sancal. The 'Duplex' range rethinks the concept of a 'games table' - inviting the user to take part in the design process. The sliding, detachable tray tables double as laptop stands, and each surface acts as a puzzle piece that can slot together in myriad ways.

MIL coffee table

Büro Famos / LaCividina
Price on request

Designed by Berlin-based Hanna Litwin and Romin Heide of Büro Famos, the 'MIL' coffee table debuted at La Cividina's stand at Salone del Mobile this year. The appealingly simple table top covers an intelligent base, formed of four, asymmetrically interlocking legs. Available in monochromatic shades of marble, glass and wood, MIL also comes in three different sizes, which can be half-nested or grouped together in clusters creating a versatile, multi-layered surface.



Designed in 1956 by Ercol founder Lucian Ercolani, this set of pebble-shaped tables features the British company’s signature fluid curves and tapered legs. It is ideal for compact rooms, as the two smaller tables neatly slot underneath the biggest one to save space when not in use. Comprising elm tabletops and turned beech legs, the classic designs are manufactured at Ercol’s HQ in Buckinghamshire.

Available at WallpaperSTORE*


Valentin Loellmann
Price on request

Studio Valentin Loellmann launched last year creating artful contemporary furniture pieces. For PAD Paris, the German artist designer formed a metal and wood collection that is delicately balanced. Inspired by the idea of haute couture and fitted clothing, the handcrafted range combines skinny animalistic legs and a sleek polished dark wood top. Welded together, the rough finishes are aesthetically beautiful with a classical edge.

Composite side table

MSDS Studio

Toronto-based studio MSDS has created a trio of tables that includes this minimalist form. The Canadian brand often embodies a Scandinavian style that here was inspired by 17th century furniture. Upgrading the form for the contemporary world, here they have used composite sheets for the entire model, playing with different levels in the striking grainy abstract shapes.


Thom Fougere Studio
$2500 CAD

Manitoba-based design studio Thom Fougere were inspired by their flat, native prairies for the 'Tyndall' coffee table. Left unfinished, the stone top will slowly degrade, exposing fossil fragments and layers of stories - helping it to retain its unique character. Tyndall stone is common to Canada's pastoral land, and the slab appears to float upon the low, steel structure.