Foliage-Inspired Furniture: Hospitality Trend

Foliage-Inspired Furniture: Hospitality Trend

The delicate curves of the humble leaf serve as inspiration for these foliage-esque furniture designs.

Morning Glory Table By Marc


Inspired by leaves and stems, Marc Thorpe‘s Morning Glory tables for Moroso are made from powder-coated welded steel rods and laser cut bent steel plates.


Like the fan-shaped leaf of the ginkgo temple tree, the delicate veneer shell of Ernst and Jensen’s stackable Ginko chair for Erik Jorgensen Furniture forms an organically shaped seat with a strong sculptural appearance. The easy chair is also available with a plastic shell and a seat cushion where the cushion acts as a leaf inside the leaf, providing a more sensuous character and added comfort.

Leaf by Broberg and Ridderstrale for Muuto

Shaped like a single leaf at the end of a long stem, the Leaf lamps by Broberg & RidderstrÃ¥le for Muuto are made from aluminum, steel and brass stands with energy-efficient LED technology.

Leaf Series by Lievore Altherr Molina for Arper


The structures of Lievore Altherr Molina’s Leaf Series chairs and tables for Arper display an irregular design that recall the veins of a leaf.

Sunda 1 for_Allermuir


Appearing like layered leaves, Allermuir’s Sunda 1 tables are manufactured from laser cut, sheet steel and available in a range of fifteen finely textured mineral based powder coat finishes, four different heights and with three top sizes.

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