Dining tables are an essential furniture piece that must be fully in line with the atmosphere of you dining room. And because no detail should be neglected, we present you five suggestions of the most varied of discerning tastes, from exquisite and bold design, to luxurious and highly specialized.
The Royal Dining Table embodies Boca do Lobo’s true essence, all the way from it’s exceptional design, to it’s finishing details, such as the unique patchwork and the traditional Baroque traits. Handmade by experienced artisans, this exclusive dining table boasts bold lines and historical elements which in a unique marriage of rich aesthetic and style.
In an outstanding moment of inspiration, the Newton Dining Table came to life to fulfill a creative and aesthetic need. With one of a kind design elements and lines, which are notably organic, yet romantic in concept, the Newton’s incredible details and material quality suit the best of contemporary dining rooms. A work of art on its own, it inevitably stirs emotion and mirrors Boca do Lobo’s exceptional creative output.
The Fortuna dining table, inspired by the Roman Goddess of luck and fate, represents the materialization of fortune, and a symbol of control over one’s life. Made in its integrity from brass, this luxurious dining table’s design is heavily influenced by flora and natural elements, with its base resembling a four-leaf clover, in an elegant composition of scaled tubes. The Fortuna’s top has long rings engraved in its surface, embodying a tree’s age and lifespan.
Extreme simplicity, contemporary aesthetic and seductive power: these are the characteristics reflected in each detail that make the Bonsai love at first sight. Relating to Boca do Lobo’s approach to re-adapting traditional furniture styles, and inseparably combined with innovative processes, the Bonsai Dining table boasts bold lines and character in a fantastic blend of styles and material finishes.
The koi carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes, not only in water gardens but also in Irezumi practice or, most commonly, in tattoos. Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like the set of Koi tables with table tops in acrylic, glass or marble that you can according to your project or environment. The Koi scales from the sides of the tables shine and reflect – on its brass surface – the sun caught throughout the clear water. Koi, and the Japanese word for love or affection are homophones, making the carp a symbol of love and friendship.