"The Quattro Coffee Table" by Florida State University student Giselle Canizares "was designed from salvaged teak barkwood pieces with metal barrel part inserts. The metal inserts can be easily exchanged to create an entirely new look for the table. A shelf that sits below the table top was created to provide an open storage option for the table. This piece provides the character you need to create a rustic contemporary look that will be the accent to any environment, whether it is inside or out."
Meet the next designer debuting at the High Point Market | The World's Home for Home Furnishings, #hpmkt.: Giselle Nicole Canizares "was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador and moved to the United States in 2002. Since she was a young child, she has always shown interest in the interior design field. She attended Florida State University and acquired her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design degree in December 2013. Giselle is currently pursuing a Master's of Science in Interior design at the same prestigious university and plans to graduate in the Summer of 2015."