Arumi 1 Table

Arumi 1 Table

Don’t be fooled by its simple appearance, the Arumi outdoor table is one of those designs we’re fascinated by at Diabla because it’s the result of such clever thinking. This is the narrowest and longest model, but the Arumi series also includes another two options in different sizes. It’s not a question of offering you more sizes, but because when they’re combined with each other you’ll be able to get a variety of occasional table arrangements, depending on how you set them up. A piece whose final look is left entirely up to your creativity, or to the types of arrangement you need at any given time.

You can place Arumi outdoor tablesin a line or next to each other. In both cases, placing them together along the side with the smallest amount of surface, like table legs, gives the set an added visual impact. When making your own arrangement, remember you can also place them horizontally or vertically. They’re made from powder coated aluminium, so they don’t weigh very much. You can easily move them around as much as you like.

Diabla tips:

You can have them scattered around your outdoor area and put them together to make a centre table when you have visitors. Arranged in a line, they’ll also make a great long table for an informal party with a buffet area. In this case, make the area with the largest surface the most visible side.

Don’t let anyone tell you this design is just for outdoor use. If you think it fits in with your interior décor, go ahead!

If you only need one occasional table, we’re not going to make you buy the others in the series. Make the most of the range of colours they’re available in to help inject a flash of colour into your outdoor space. Another idea is combining models in different colours. Use our colour chart to make sure your choice matches your colour scheme.

50x20x30 cm / 20x8x12 inch
Made of thermo-lacquered aluminium

Emmanuel Gardin

Emmanuel Gardin is a Belgian designer who specialises in developing modular pieces for domestic settings with a range of functions. The thread running through his work is metamorphosis, investigating designs that can take on many appearances and functionalities more eco-friendly.

“If an object can fulfill the functions of two, then it satisfies our needs much better and at the same time contributes to reducing consumption, being, consequently, more ecological”

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