Household furniture works a new angle

For furniture to stand out, it has to have a degree of difference. A new line of tables and chairs from XYZ Integrated Architecture has hit the mark, it would seem, by using a difference of degree. 60 degrees, at that.

While maintaining their fixed horizontal surfaces, the supporting legs of the entire range are tilted to one side at 60 degree angles. The ’60 red chair’ and ’60 blue table’ are constructed of steel, while the ’60 Console & Chair’ are made of upholstered mahogany.

If nothing else, it's sure to put a slant on conversation when visitors drop by.