By Hannah Watson. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Friday, June 29th, 2018 - 03:04:40 AM.
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.
SPACE SAVER. Even the smallest of spaces can be useful with the help of a console table. Against the classic panelled backdrop of a London townhouse, the Murphy console doubles up as a reduced-sized desk, creating an office space where there was none.
The console’s graceful cabriole legs suggest a feminine aesthetic whilst its ebony stain finish is perfectly unisex – the key balance of transitional style. The design is paired with a faux croc and nailhead trim klismos-inspired accent chair, striking a refined take on a monochrome palette. Small vases of fresh flowers, a classic silver photo frame and an aromatic candle carefully accessorise the table without overwhelming it.
“Console tables can be difficult to find as the finish and the size are very important, and must complement the room and the pieces in it perfectly,” says Greer’s principal designer Jennifer Greer Hartmann. The design certainly does that. Its rustic textured look blends perfectly with the living room’s folksy flatweave rug, easy fabrics and low-slung furniture.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Webves website that is not Webves’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Webves claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.