Christmas is coming the goose is getting fat … rest your christmas wine on a mini Kant
Or indeed any side table from Moormann.
Based in a remote alpine valley hard on the Germany/Austria border it is hard to imagine a designer furniture producer who better fit into our modern White Christmas romantic than Nils Holger Moormann.
Especially given the elven-esque Moormänner who assist Nils Holger with the construction and distribution of his products.
And so a few suggestions from Haus Moormann for those of you looking for wood based Christmas presents a la days of yore:
Mini Kant by Patrick Frey and Markus Boge for Moormann
Mini Kant by Patrick Frey and Markus Boge for Moormann:
The side table version of Patrick Frey and Markus Boge’s 2002 Kant Desk, the Mini Kant has the same wonderful “V”-shaped storage for books – but with the reduced dimensions it is also perfectly suited to magazines, CDs, DVDs etc… With its simple “X” leg frame the Mini Kant passes perfectly into any room, and to any occasion. Mini Kant is available in white, black or red
Liesmichl by Nils Holger Moormann:
Liesmichl by Nils Holger Moormann
A modern classic in the making Liesmichl from Nils Holger Moormann is the perfect partner for all who love to read. The clever use of the frame as storage space means that you are unlikely ever to run out of reading material while the handy shelf at the top means you always have somewhere for your drinks and snacks. The real genius of Liesmichl however is the angled top over which your book can be laid meaning you need never hunt for your bookmark – or indeed your book again – its right where you left it. And at the page you left it. Liesmichl by Nils Holger Moormann is available in white, black or red.
Abgemahnt by Nils Holger Moormann
Abgemahnt by Nils Holger Moormann:
The name is a typical Moormann pun; a pun born from a legal dispute over the use of the “stand-by” logo on the original design. With a formal nod towards Eileen Gray’s 1927 Occasional Table, Abgemahnt by Nils Holger Moormann is designed as a mobile table that can be carried to where it is need. Abegemahnt by Nils Holger Moormann is available in white, black or red.
Lese+Lebe by Nils Holger Moormann
Lese+Lebe by Nils Holger Moormann:
In order to get the Lese+Lebe side table – you need to invest in the complete library. The shelves on the back of the unit can be accessed from the seat simply by lowering the back panel – an action which also the exposes the table. With its universal romantic Lese+Lebe allows you to create your own private space within a room; a place in which to retreat from the real world. Lese+Lebe from Moormann is available in- in case you can’t guess – white, black or red.