From acclaimed architect and interior designer Lauren Rottet’s eponymous line of home furnishings, Rottet Collection, comes the mesmerizing Dichroic Table. Inspired by the Light and Space artist movement of the ’60s, the end table pairs dichroic glass with stainless steel to fashion an ever-changing piece that colorfully converses with its surroundings. The dynamic table measures 18.5 by 17.5 by 19 inches.
Crafted from an ebullient pink resin, Paris-based studio Pinto’s “Scottie” is a foot stool and a guerdion (French for “end table”). The furniture and decor brand, founded in 2009, is an extension of the work of the late interior designer Alberto Pinto and continues to maintain his high design standards through limited edition pieces. This gueridon measures 46 by 38cm. Price is in Euros.
Jaunty and rounded, the Splat Side Table successfully plays with conventional furniture design. It’s made by Brooklyn-based designer Sophie Collé, whose practice encompasses her love of queerness, toys and the dramatic. Available in different heights and a range of colorful and classic hues, the side table stuns on its own or can be stacked alongside others for whimsical combinations.