Love Aesthetics

November 10, 2015


love aesthetics fracture side tables DIY 1

love aesthetics fracture side tables DIY 2

love aesthetics fracture side tables DIY 3

love aesthetics fracture side tables DIY 4

love aesthetics fracture side tables DIY 5

love aesthetics fracture side tables DIY 6

love aesthetics fracture side tables DIY 7



/ concrete building blocks
/ glass plate
/ optionally : (black) paint
images, Romeo

Here’s the second DIY from Romeo: a set of beautiful sidetables. They have been at the side of our bed since our floors were stripped – I’m so happy he decided to share it.

“We have a bare concrete floor and not much furniture in our bedroom, the idea came about when I didn’t want to place my phone and jewellery directly on the floor. The solution was an elevated plate of glass on fractured building blocks. Materials that were already laying around but that I reinvented in the form of these small furniture pieces. This is my little gift to you, have fun with it!”


Who needs instructions for this project? It is so straightforward and the images are pretty self explanatory. Do tag us if you make one of your own – we love seeing your versions! @knwng @love_aesthetics


11 responses to “DIY / FRACTURE SIDE TABLE”

  1. Millie says:

    Really love this Ivania, such a good idea, it’s beautiful x

    Millie x

  2. sophia says:

    J’adore!!! 🙂

  3. NIKA says:

    Oh my, this is beyond amazing. I wish I knew where to get those blocks?

  4. HNK says:

    This is probably the coolest diy table ever.
    But the blocks, are they like square, that romeo had to break, or are they bought just like that?

  5. HNK says:

    Btw, this is my absolute fave fave fave blog. Incredible work! (Y)

  6. […] To get back to the table and how to; do-it-yourself-ing a similar one speaks for itself. Also, check out its cousins we previously made: here and here. […]

  7. Anna says:

    I would love to know how to make these concrete slabs! Definetly going to try to make this table Romeo @knwng and will share a pic with you guys @love_aesthetics . Pls reach out x

  8. […] that I collect all things shattered and fractures, it has slowly become an ongoing theme; bricks, concrete, glass, glass, plaster casts to mirrors. I’m so happy to add an edible fracture to this […]

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