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Ballerina-Inspired Giselle Lounge Table From Russia

What happens when creativity meets passion? Here is a good example – the Giselle Lounge Table was born out of Russian interior and product designer Anna Neklesa’s… passion for beauty and ballet. Its round tabletop  – made of steel or powder-coated aluminum – were bent to form pouches underneath that resemble a ballerina’s tutu. Elegant oak wood legs imitate a You're reading Ballerina-Inspired Giselle Lounge Table From Russia originally posted on Freshome.
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