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Arper’s Roopa Table Collection Perfects Sleek Simplicity

This sleek, high-gloss design brings a refined yet joyful aesthetic to any living space

Designed by London-based studio Doshi Levien for Arper, the Roopa Table collection marks the survival of a bold and whimsical design trend. One where a modern form is championed and colour is anything but feared.

Roopa Tables

This collection of low tables, available in both coffee and side table versions, offers the choice of a round or rectangular top, in Jaipur Pink, Midnight Blue, Forest Green, and Warm Gray colourways. Its high-gloss finishes add a sleek element of refinement to the otherwise simple collection of objects, enhancing the appeal of every table’s hue. This playfulness comes to life through the striking contrast between this shimmery tabletop finish and matte frame, providing texture to the overall monochrome look.

Designed to seamlessly integrate with other Arper collections, such as the versatile Shaal, Roopa invites you to explore endless possibilities in creating your ideal environment.

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Those seeking sustainable furniture for their hoes will be pleased also, as Roopa’s design is made of FSC-certified European-sourced MDF (medium-density fiberboard). The design can be easily disassembled, ensuring that Roopa can be recycled or reused, further improving their positive environmental impact.

If not for the collection’s sustainability and quality alone, Roopa caught our eye for its creative design elements that align with emerging trends, as we expect to see more glossy pieces adorning homes in the new year.

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