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Today we’re thrilled to launch our new “Design 101″ series! Once a month, we’ll dive into the backstory behind specific furniture styles and show you the best way to use the pieces in your home. You’ll be an interior expert in no time! There’s no better way to start this series than than with a furnishing that’s both versatile and beautiful. Demilune tables (French for “half moon”) are a standby in the design world for their ability to add a touch of personality to even the smallest spaces.
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Crafted in a variety of sculptural styles and a half-circle surface, the demilune sits flush against a wall in hallway nooks and staircase landings. In these homes, the tabletop makes the perfect place for displaying floral arrangements, treasured collectibles or a lamp for extra lighting.
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First appearing in France in the 18th Century, the demilune table seems to fit anywhere with ease. While designers traditionally place a demilune in entryways, hallways and living rooms, you can think outside the box! We love it in unexpected spaces like a master bedroom or bathroom, where it’s transformed into an elegant vanity when paired with a vintage side chair.
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Inspired by this sophisticated and adaptable furnishing? From traditional to modern to eclectic styles, we’ve curated a collection below of our favorite demilune tables.
Row 1: Tritter Feeter Pawleys Demilune, Somerset Bay Sonoma Table, Tritter Feefer Michelangelo Demilune Table
Row 2: Worlds Away Treillage Demilune Table, Mushroom Demilune Buffet, Worlds Away Console Table
Row 3: Gabby Furniture Dorsey Demilune Table, Gustavian Half Round Table, Zentique Furniture Demilune Wall Console