Art of the table.
When Liana Yaroslavsky fell in love with a Murano chandelier during a trip to Venice, she didn’t know it would one day be the catalyst for her signature chic table designs. Upon returning home with her objet d’art, Yaroslavsky decided it was time for a new coffee table. So she promptly turned the chandelier upside down and inserted it into a Plexiglas cube. The Paris-based interior decorator now creates tables using antiques, tiles, and artifacts encased within clear Plexiglas walls. It’s a style all at once tastefully contemporary and classically baroque.
Photo by Cecil Mathieu.