By Laura Jackson. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 - 17:54:23 PM.
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.
If adding a lamp on just one side, make sure the objects you place on the opposite side help to create an overall balance look. For example; if your lamp is on the right side of the console, a vase at a lower height could be placed at the left hand side. Add three decorative objects at a much smaller scale beside the vase to help create visual balance. Objects always looked best when placed in groups of odd numbers such as three or five.
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.
CROSS PURPOSE. In an elegant Georgian townhouse, Oliver Burns creates the quintessential hallway console table ensemble in three easy steps – Selva’s best-selling Vendôme console table, curated accessorising and a simply elegant mirror.
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