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Taible is a new brand from Andrew Raible of Standard 41 that has just launched its first collection of modern, minimal and slightly quirky tables and seating to accompany them.

All Y’alls Table
All Y’alls is the result of a conversation with Dallas interior designers who wanted bigger tables with more bling. Rising to the challenge while staying true to his minimalist roots, Andrew designed a table that melds modernism with Texas flare. The 24k gold corners riff on the idea of pre-fab, knock down furniture.

Train to Dijon
Train to Dijon was born from boredom with the ubiquitous 90-degree angle. All of the furniture pieces including the table, bench and chairs are tilted at a 12-degree angle –- enough to be noticeable without compromising structural integrity. The collection is crafted from European Beech that is bleached to emphasize the playfulness of the shadows. Meanwhile, the hand painted yellow reveal underneath the top was inspired by blurred landscapes, subtle pops of color, and gleaming lights when looking out a train window. Train to Dijon references the classic farm table, but with a modern ”slant.”

Il Palio
Il Palio is a solid Walnut table, with an oil finish, inspired by Andrew’s father’s trademark of pairing an organic table top with a geometric base. Named after a square in Siena that hosts a bi-annual horse race, the table is essentially two intersecting squares bisected with a circular top: A round race in a square.

In addition to these brand new lines, Andrew has updated a handful of pieces originally included in the Standard 41 line. The sculptural side table, Walking Small, is now available as a bench while the larger version, Walking Tall, will now be available as a desk. In addition, his Heavy Metal Table, Lap top desk, and Stripe Table are included in the new Taible collection.

Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.