Talented furniture designer Tracey Boyd gathers inspiration for her work by collecting ideas, experiences, and unique items found throughout her extensive travels. In the past, she’s designed pieces based on salvaged drawer pulls from her hometown in England and ancient murals from across the world. Her Lacquered Cache Coffee Table, part of a collection with Anthropologie, is derived from the shape and function of a Japanese noodle bowl and is separated into four equal sections. Each quadrant opens to allow for additional storage within the table.
This beautiful circular table is made with engineered hardwood, stainless steel, and fiberglass with a lacquered finish. The storage components are easy to is access from the top of the table.
The table can be purchased on Anthropologie for just shy of $2,000.
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