Contemporary dressing tables and writing desks designed for Ligne Roset bring functional asymmetry into furniture design. Asymmetry gives familiar bedroom and home office furniture pieces a fresh and stylish look and a contemporary feel. Asymmetrical furniture design ideas that blend functionality with stylish appearance, are modern design trends that demonstrates original and interesting solutions.
Contemporary furniture collections from Ligne Roset present various asymmetric furniture pieces, from dressing tables to writing desks and coffee tables, which appear elegant and extra comfortable to use. The asymmetrical writing desk Litho, designed and hand made by Thibault Desombre looks bold, marrying impeccable woodworking craft, bright yellow color and creativity.
This writing desk is blend of art and functionality demonstrating an artistic approach to contemporary furniture design. The designer plays with materials, shaping and creating asymmetrical desk with subtle oak legs and a convenient storage space. The left side of the writing desk features a drawer, covered with oak veneer. To create a bold contrast, the right side of this writing desk is covered with yellow varnish.
Parisian designer Evangelos Vasileiou designed the dressing table JULIETTE for Ligne Roset, adding asymmetry to contemporary furniture piece. This dressing table rests on four graceful black legs, reminding elegant stilettos.
The dressing table top features a large drawer for storage and a flip part with a large mirror. The dressing table is made of American walnut wood veneer that gives it elegance and warmth.
German designers Peter Christian Hertel and Sebastian Klarhoefer (Hertel & Klarhoefer) designed asymmetrical computer desk NOTULE for Ligne Roset. This is a contemporary furniture piece that attractively blends its compact size with functionality.
The computer desk NOTULE has an adequate work surface and provides multiple storage options. This is a very functional contemporary furniture design. The computer desk can be used as a dressing table.
by Ena Russ
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