By Laura Jackson. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Thursday, April 05th, 2018 - 07:09:49 AM.
“A console table is a great way of creating a focal point within a room, and works as both a stylish and practical addition to a space,” says Oliver Burns’ managing director, Alex Holden, “A thoughtfully curated selection of accessories such as a statement mirror, a unique sculpture or an eye-catching floral display help to draw further attention to this design feature, injecting personality and visual interest.”
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.
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.
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.”
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