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Coffee Tables: Volcano Collection Brings Nature Closer

Volcane Coffee tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (5)

Bellila’s Volcane collection includes a special set of coffee tables, which offer a subtle equilibrium between functionality and esthetics. These tables distinguish themselves by the fact that they include in their structure an enameled ceramic vase which allows cultivating plants, flowers or small trees. Available in different colors, these tables fit in any interior. Bellila intended to integrate nature in interior design and thus to bring harmony and freshness to any space. The Volcane tables could be personalized and one may chose items for creating a personal landscape: a Zen garden, a Mediterranean plant or a bonsai.

Volcane Coffee-tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (8)

A bonsai, generally, needs four years to reach maturity. Paul Bellila, the young designer who realized this innovative furniture, grew up in the countryside, in a village in Rhone-Alpes Region, surrounded by plains, lawns and forests. Once arrived in Paris, Paul had to integrate in a more dynamic life environment, where he missed the nature he was used to. From this feeling of nostalgia, the Volcane collection of little tables was born in order to bring a breeze of nature and freshness to a room. Volcane may inspire a moment of relaxation and escape in the agitation of a city day!

Volcane Coffee tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (7)

Volcane Coffee-tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (9)

Volcane Coffee-tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (10)

Volcane Coffee-tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (11)

Volcane Coffee-tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (12)

Volcane Coffee tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (3)

Volcane Coffee-tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (13)

Volcane Coffee-tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila

Volcane Coffee-tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (1)

Volcane Coffee tables - that bring nature closer - Paul Bellila (4)

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