Verdable by Beriana

May 08, 2018

Organic Reflections

Verdable by Beriana

Minimalism and nature are not easy to reconcile, but the Verdable side-table planters designed by Berlin-based Beriana come pretty close.

Shown at the Salone Satellite in Milan for the first time, Verdable is a collection of 3 side tables featuring tube-shaped plant pots with mirror-surface tops placed asymmetrically on top.  The mirror surface reflects the plants or flowers, creating the impression that they are floating in space.   The tables look effortless cool and lush at the same time and would look equally impressive in the office lobby or next to a sleek sofa at home. 

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Combine minimalist furniture with accent pieces for maximum effect.  Try teaming the 2001 side table from BD Barcelona Design with Quetzal armchair from Missana or the Fjord armchair from Moroso.

2001 Side Table   Quetzal Armchair     Fjord Armchair


The natural world provides great inspiration for lighting, from the flower-inspired Dandelion suspension light from LZF to the Cape suspension light from Moustache and the quirky Tiffany Tree lamp from Seletti.

Dandelion Suspension Light   Cape Pendant Light    Tiffany Tree Lamp


Go totally floral with wallpapers such as the Ananas and Jardin Tropical from Mind The Gap and the Paola from NLXL.

Ananas Wallpaper   Jardin Tropical Wallpaper   Big Pattern "Paola" Mural Wallpaper by Mr & Mrs Vintage

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