Bianca ochre oval table

Side table in ceramic and hand folded rattan

Designer: Cristina Celestino

3 300 €

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The Bianca coffee table is the result of a collaboration between Italian designer Cristina Celestino and Maison Matisse. 
When dressing an interior, a coffee table is a key piece that has multiple functions: placed in the center of a lounge it invites people to sit around it, it could also sit nicely next to an armchair in the comfort of your own bedroom, or even instead of a bench in a hallway.

Once combined with the Bianca round table, the Bianca coffee table creates a colorful and elegant ensemble that can be edited to your taste.


• Dimensions (in.) : H13,7 x D11,8 x W23,6
• Materials: Rattan and ceramics
• Handmade in Italy

Maintenance advice
Clean with a soft, slightly damp cloth. 
The use of abrasive products is not recommended.
Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may alter the color of the pieces.

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Arts and materials

The Bianca coffee table's structure is entirely handcrafted in natural rattan in one of the oldest Italian workshops set up in 1889 in the Brianza region, it is now one of the last remaining specialists in Europe. Maison Matisse aims to create long-lasting pieces that can be passed down from generation to generation. Choosing the right artisanal producer and materials is fundamental, anchoring the relationship between the artisan and the piece they create.  Few artisans still possess the secret of this savoir-faire today, one that comes to life with the Bianca coffee table as it seduces any setting with its timeless design. 

The rattan structure features a block-color ceramic top that has been varnished with a matt finish. Once poured, the top is then demolded by hand in one of the oldest artisanal workshops in Italy, a family-run business set up in Tuscany in 1921.
Fired first, the ceramic is then painted with a slip before being fired a second time in order to permanently fix the color. The rattan structure is handcrafted by folding the cane using a traditional steaming method.


The Bianca coffee table uses the palette of colors drawn from the still life Intérieur aux Aubergines (1911) by Henri Matisse that inspired Italian designer Cristina Celestion in creating this collection. Its round shape recalls the dressing table in the painting. 

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Cristina Celestino

For the permanent collection Intérieur aux aubergines, Maison Matisse was inspired by Henri Matisse's eponymous painting from 1911 and collaborated with the Italian designer Cristina Celestino. This choice seemed self-evident. The designer’s world is perfectly adapted to that of the artist’s painting in this particularly decorative canvas where the planes deeply superimpose each other.

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