Light concrete furniture collection for modern interiors
If you love the visceral qualities of concrete and want to integrate it into your home without using it as an architectural statement on floors, walls or even counters, then adding one or two concrete furniture to your home is definitely the way to go. Jimmy Delatour of Design Lab has created a whole collection of lightweight concrete furniture, from mirrors and candleholders to dining tables and consoles.
The lightweight concrete furniture also contains glass, walnut, copper, steel and / or recycled leather in each piece.
This tall closet seems to have minimal concrete, but once the doors are open, concrete is central.
The dining table uses concrete to enclose the large glass pane and at the same time serves as a warm and cold serving center.
Candlesticks with copper-colored candle holders give the lightweight concrete structures a small Razoreblende.
I love how this console has a built-in accountant.
Not only do Jimmy’s dressing mirrors have hinge parts to check your buttocks, but they also have a copper coat hook that protrudes indiscriminately from one of the mirrors.
Jimmy has designed a narrow, two-legged foyer table and a floating copper shelf that look great with its mirror-like mirrors.
The two-legged tables look pretty great against a concrete wall.
A dressing table opens its “overcoat” to expose a concrete station underneath. Fun.
The combination of copper and concrete shows how easily opposites attract.