Red Dice Cube Accent Table

by interior designer

in Furnishings

Are you a fan of dice games such as backgammon, ludo, and snakes & ladders? If so, you will love this red dice cube accent table made by designer Matthew Williams. The wooden table can be used for a whole host of different activities or it can be placed in a location solely for decorative and feature-making purposes. Another great aspect to the dice table is that it can be turned any which way you so desire so that the particular number you want acts as the table’s top surface.

The dice has its origins in Asia and was in use long before recorded history. Exactly which part of Asia it came from is still a mystery although it’s generally believed to be somewhere close to the ancient Indus Valley civilization in what is now modern day Pakistan. After this, the concept of dice throwing moved to other parts of the world and crept into narratives connected to Biblical events and those of the Roman Empire. Naturally, the shape and look of the dice evolved too which the earliest forms being something we would not recognise today. During the Middle Ages, dicing became a favourite pastime amongst knights who even had schools and guilds for it.

You don’t have to be a member of a dice playing guild to own this attractive dice cube table. The burnt red finish complimented with antiqued ivory dots will look great in just about any room of the home. However, due to its connections with games, it will likely find pride of place in a games room, basement communal area, or kid’s bedroom. However, it will look just as good in a living room or dining room where the unique design will catch the attention of visiting friends and complement existing design features already in your décor scheme.

You can buy it from here: Red Dice Cube Accent Table.

Overall dimensions: 19″ H x 19″ W x 19″ D.

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