By Hannah Watson. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Friday, June 29th, 2018 - 03:04:40 AM.
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.
BRUTALIST LUXE. London-based designer Natalia Miyar lives up to her reputation for incorporating unique conversation starters with a Brutalist-inspired design by Tyson London. “The bronze table with limestone top was a carefully considered addition to the scheme,” she says, “[It] can do the talking as the pyramid cones that support the top give it an artful look and the mirror adds further glamour within the space.”
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.
The Art Deco-inspired cross-base design of the console table is a welcome addition to the project’s decidedly transitional style with its handsome proportions, rich India Ink finish and simple silver accent at the base intersection. A bouquet of springtime blooms adds a delicate touch.
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