By Juliet Marchetti. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 21:01:14 PM.
INNOVATION STATION. A modern console design by Shine by SHO is the foundation for a casual living room set up by Natalia Miyar. Crafted of bleached walnut and carrara marble, the design’s contrast of a unique curve and an upright support gives it a sculptural aesthetic. A large-scale convex mirror joins Arteriors’ faceted and spotted Baroque box (designed by Laura Kirar), a spindly sculpture and a vase full of red foliage.
HIGH SHINE. “In a contemporary city apartment it’s all about striking the balance between design that’s both alluring and practical,” design studio Millier explains. The firm practises what it preaches by opting for an ultra-glam (but secretly very practical) console for a central London project.
Just make sure the scale of the piece fits with the space you’re designing. You don’t want your table to look lost against your wall. Make it feel intentional by anchoring it to the space with a large center focal piece like a mirror, a large canvas, or a gallery of smaller frames.
There are so many beautiful options for console tables. Although traditionally a console table had a very specific definition of a table anchored to the wall with two front legs, the term more generally means a table styled against the wall. So pick a simple table or get creative and use an inlayed dresser, a midcentury credenza, or a rustic chest.
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