Lagoon Tables by Alexandre Chapelin

Mar 15, 2016

Category: Living

The ocean’s water typically provides a wave of calm to those who gaze upon it, meaning most people can’t look out at the ocean and not be clear-headed. What if you could bring that sort of calming mysticism into your living room? Now you almost can, with these Lagoon Tables by Alexandre Chapelin.

The designer of these tables, who works at LA Table, is no stranger to beautiful ocean water, since he resides in Saint Martin. Each of the three tables were inspired by the Caribbean waters that swell in his own backyard. They use a Travertine marble base and top, and a special blue resin to represent the ocean. The result is three gorgeous tables unlike anything you’ve seen before that are worthy of any sea-lovers dwelling.

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