This table concept sets aside the concept of tense luxury. “It can be fun, light and relaxing at the same time. By merging sophisticated elements and local products, we wanted to show how the fusion of these two worlds can be done without it becoming too heavy on one side, ”says Claudia. “When it comes to traditional fabrics, it can sometimes seem too ethnic; but Lana Daya found a way to uplift local fabrics without forgetting her roots, ”says Clarissa. This is especially noticeable on the Kunyit Madu collection, which includes, among other things, a hand-woven table runner, placemat and napkins.
The unique aesthetic of Klots, on the other hand, is to bring good quality products and design to the market. “Whether local or international, good things can come from anywhere,” says Claudia. For the furniture, she chooses the Century Omni Acrylic Dining Table as the base with solid maple wood on top, while the chairs are the bespoke Stately Game Chairs. To add the contrasting element against the table dominated by pastel and white, the Prato de Parede Prata pieces from Gardeco Belgium were placed as wall decoration. Its oxidized color with gold components perpetuates the unique charm of handcrafted products.
Next, the dinnerware features Jonathan Adler’s five-piece dinner set, along with Muse brass napkin rings and Keytlery gold cutlery. For serving plates and bowls, scalloped nesting serving dishes and Aerin scalloped appetizer plates are used. In addition, a decorative bowl with legs, shagreen coasters and an Aerin oak leaf object have been placed as accessories. Aerin’s Lux Orbit lanterns were used as candle holders. main dish, flowers were placed in an Eloise vase from Aerin, a Meteor bowl and a Rocky Block vase from Portugal from Global Views. Interestingly, flowers were placed not only on the table, but also underneath in rattan baskets from Du’Anyam, creating a truly sophisticated yet fun vibe.