delMare Ocean Table by Eduard Locota

May 19, 2016

Category: Living

If you are on the search for a new piece of furniture that is equal parts coffee table and art, we found the perfect fit. Romanian designer and artist Eduard Locota’s delMare table blends acrylic glass with marble to create an eye-catching piece for any living room.

Meant to be as hypnotic as the waves of the Atlantic, this table combines a blueish green glass with a high-contrast wavy white marble in order to capture the look and feel of the ocean. Despite being set on only three legs, this work is just as stable as any other piece of furniture and that much more pleasing to look at given that the hue of the acrylic changes in response to the ambient light in the room. Limited to just 35 pieces in all, you’ll have to jump at your chance to get one of these in your own home. Prices start at $5,500. [Purchase]

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