By Hannah Watson. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 19:43:59 PM.
“A console table is a great way of creating a focal point within a room, and works as both a stylish and practical addition to a space,” says Oliver Burns’ managing director, Alex Holden, “A thoughtfully curated selection of accessories such as a statement mirror, a unique sculpture or an eye-catching floral display help to draw further attention to this design feature, injecting personality and visual interest.”
If adding a lamp on just one side, make sure the objects you place on the opposite side help to create an overall balance look. For example; if your lamp is on the right side of the console, a vase at a lower height could be placed at the left hand side. Add three decorative objects at a much smaller scale beside the vase to help create visual balance. Objects always looked best when placed in groups of odd numbers such as three or five.
Showcasing a designer-favoured move, Greer Interior Design banks on the versatility of a small console table and backs one against a sofa in a breezy Hill Country living room arrangement. The corrugated finish, cast concrete console – the Belmont, designed by Mr Brown – acts as a bridge between the finish of the grey concrete fireplace and the warm wooden floor.
“We wanted a seamless mirrored look to appear as if it was one piece wrapping around the console and reflecting the detail of the bronze branches below,” explains Juliette Wright, “This took a great deal of planning and templating to ensure everything fitted and to ensure the console could be wall-mounted successfully with only millimetres of tolerance!”
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