Decoration ideas for living rooms

Acton Turville, Badminton, The black box is designed to alert stay-at-home multiple games players. Lots of different games can be housed in the box beneath the fold-down triangular flaps. When raised, they provide neat bays for players to stop cheats, and give lots of leg room. Designed by Christian Woetmann, it is one of the pieces from the Mobelgruppen in Denmark whose exhibits at furniture fairs (including IDI in Britain last June, and the Copenhagen Fair in May 1990) attract attention, and orders, from manufacturers. Find out about Mobelgruppen (The Furniture Group) from Christian Woetmann, Arkitekt MAA, Fredericiagade 79, DK1310 Copenhagen, Denmark. Man-gioco dining-table plays on words as well as functions with a table for eating (imanger in French) and playing (gioco in Italian). Designed by Daniel Weil and Gerard Taylor, backgammon, dominoes and chequers are stored in compartments beneath the solid pale oak top. Linoleum lines the wood flaps over the storage area, drawers are lined with nylon netting, and baize covers two recessed areas for players to hide their fortunes. From about £2,750, made by Anthologie Quartett, in Bad Essen, West Germany. For details of stockists contact Weil and Taylor, 3 Plough Yard, London EC2 (tel: 01-247 5628). Ace games table by Philip St. Pier doubles as a cherry and padauk console table card table. Beneath the flipped surface sit detractable card trays with cherrywood card boxes. At £872.85, the table is available from the designer at Street Farm Workshop, Acton Turville, Badminton, Avon (tel: 045 421 736)

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