the only exception, at least for me, is the Knoll sofa. Even so, at least one person would disagree.
I love you, but you're insane.
Is that brass?
Look very huge and heavy... so not very practical. The tree carving is nice, but more for wall art than a table. In fact, I have a brass plaque with an abstract like forest carved into it that my brother made when he was in art school.
Some would say the table is tacky...it isn't practical, it is showy, and it is artiste inspired. Other than it's bulk, I like it.
Make sure you don't blow your wad too quickly, Vern.
Etched bronze. Plate I guess. Weight is not an issue as the table would sit directly above my guest room and I rarely have guests and the those that do stay are my wife's friends, so disposable.
Tacky, showy, artiste-inspired, non-practical furniture pretty much sums up my style.
More LaVerne madness.
If you like it then it's already good...for me practicality and value are important. If I wanted a pretty thing then I'd buy art not a coffee table. Those sort of pieces are very popular among interior decorators, very chic (although you have to check the expiry date)
Don't blow your wad = pace yourself.
Use by dates expired on my moderny/post stuff which is why I'm tossing it all. Already have art and a wife so covered in the "pretty thing" category. Now entering my "fuck yeah" stage of life of which that table fits in nicely.