Unique Chimenti Table Inspired by Venice

This is one of the most unusual tables I’ve ever seen – and that’s because of its tabletop. Chimenti is the term for the gaps in the ship’s planking, and this name was used because Alcarol designers came from Belluno in the Venetian region. Venice sealed in a tabletop, Chimenti Table by Alcarol consists of three boards made of Venetian bricolas, the iconic mooring markings, ground and sealed in a clear resin. The legs are folded steel sheets. Such a table can become the focal point of any room in which you place it due to the fantastic tabletop that is reminiscent of the sea.

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