By Sarah Clarke. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 21:14:30 PM.
NATURAL TOUCH. In a lakeside retreat, London designers Stephenson Wright get back to nature with a Villiers Brothers console table inspired by delicate leafless branches. A glass mirrored console table is suspended from a network of intertwining bronze stems which branch upwards in a natural configuration. The sculptural design is mirrored in the supporting wall, resulting in a doubly effective vignette.
Kelly Wearstler ‘Forma’ wall sconces in bronze cut an angular figure either side of a clean-lined mirror and a simple potted plant softens the look with a touch of the organic. Bonus points: the reflection of the dining room’s vibrant artwork and one-of-a-kind textured bronze pendant.
UNDER COVER. Making the most of an eye-catching staircase, Oliver Burns chose a high-gloss Cedar Park console table by Justin Van Breda and an angular Eichholtz ‘Cheyenne’ mirror, giving life to an unused space beneath the stairs. The sharp lines of the console and mirror contrast the sweeping lines of the staircase whilst the coordinating colour palette complements each other.
For example, placing a decorative box or bowl on your console table to conceal the contents of your husbands pockets is both stylish and functional and means you will never lose your keys again! Next, address shape and scale. Visual interest can be created with contrasting shapes. If you have a lot of square or rectangle objects such a books, tray's and boxes, place an object either on top or next to them that’s round or cylindrical for contrast.
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