Fruit Bowl Collection by Japanese designer Hiroomi Tahara

Fruit Bowl Collection by Japanese designer Hiroomi Tahara

Inspired by a bowl of fruits, designer Hiroomi Tahara has designed a very playful furniture collection named The Fruit Bowl, for the manufacturer Yamakawa Rattan. The Fruit Bowl collection is composed of a sofa, a coffee table and a few additional ottomans made of rattan which is the most ecological material, this collection can be used both indoor and outdoor. The main structure has a tone of beige or vanilla and the ottomans and cushions are available in many different colors.

Ottomans  Hiroomi Tahara

These pieces of furniture were handmade and they attempt to bring a modern touch to the traditional designs. The Fruit Bowl collection encourages creativity and interaction by inviting you to create various combinations and arrangements as you would do with the fruits in a bowl.

Rattan sofa and coffee table by Japanese designer Hiroomi Tahara

Fruit Bowl Collection  - Furnituri- sofa

Fruit Bowl Collection by Hiroomi Tahara

Sofa by Japanese designer Hiroomi Tahara

Furniture collection by Japanese designer Hiroomi Tahara

Ottomans by Japanese designer Hiroomi Tahara

Rattan sofa by Japanese designer Hiroomi Tahara

Sofa by Hiroomi Tahara

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