LEM, the coffee table full of voids!

Design by Raco Bedini Settimelli

LEM: the ministories

It is very hot today and they say we will still have it for two weeks before we can have some refreshment. On the other hand, it is the 20th of August. My husband and I are on vacation and we certainly don't mind. We happily sit here by the pool in a lovely B&B nestled in the Tuscan countryside. After a trip to Monteriggioni we came to freshen up before going to dinner. The pool is small in size but everything is extremely well cared for: the English lawn, the flower pots, the climbing plants that ensure privacy. Each room has an umbrella and a couple of deckchairs at its disposal, accompanied by a nice colored table. I like objects that are so special. The lady who runs this place proudly said it's called LEM and it is a design coffee table. Well, it shows. While I support my aperitif, I want to buy one for the living room. In the meantime, however, I'll settle for another bathroom.

LEM is the design coffee table that can be placed inside or outside. Fun is its imperative. R n

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r nAvailable in square or rectangular versions, thanks to the laser-cut steel surface LEM becomes a work of art. The craftsmanship and the high quality of the materials make this item a distinctive element that gives character to any environment.
Design by Raco Bedini Settimelli