LOW CERAMIC TABLE
The Cap Bon region in northeast Tunisia, a peninsula that juts into the Mediterranean, is known for its ceramics. Studios in the capital of Nabeul produce glazed bowls with intricate designs and gorgeous patterned tiles. This sleek low table takes a more minimalist approach to the region’s signature product. Set on hand-wrought iron hairpin legs and topped with a removable ceramic try, it channels Tinja’s philosophy of modern design rooted in tradition. Meet the designer >
Removable glazed green ceramic tray top
Hand-wrought iron legs with small plastic suction cups to secure tray top
9.8″D x 15.7″H
Care: Wipe clean with a soft dry cloth.
Avoid the use of chemicals and household cleaners as they may damage the finish.
Featured in Architectural Digest, Monocle and Elle Decor France, this family-owned interior design studio collaborates with Tunisian craftsmen to create products that link past and future. Tinja calls the result “handcrafted modern,” designer furnishings anchored in ancient techniques.