By Wilhelmine Stein. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 19:36:32 PM.
LATTICE WORK. Contrasting strength and delicacy, a delicate honeycomb-like Porta Romana console table is placed below two commanding portraits by Andrew Martin – one featuring a negative image of the other – in a hallway design by Caballero. The design’s network base is highlighted with a pale neutral backdrop whilst drama is added by way of the deep mauve tones and high contrasts of the artwork.
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TEXTURE CONTRAST. Taking the feature wall to new levels, a subbed and frosted glass mirrored separation wall – custom designed for a David Hicks project – is a fittingly glamorous backdrop for a vintage French console in the style of renowned Brutalist designer Paul Evans. The design’s high-shine chrome finish subtly contrasts the frosted texture of its wall and vintage Vistosi sconces for an ethereal effect.
CLASSIC ELEGANCE. A classic console design with simple detailing is all a London townhouse hallway needs. The Black & Key Garbo design features slick sabot feet and a sharp detailing around its tabletop in contrasting nickel. A diaphanous ‘Sophia‘ table lamp by Heathfield, clean-lined mirror and coordinating silver vases and frame accessorise the look just right. The whole look is an optimal balance of minimalism and elegance.
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