By Sarah Clarke. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 15:02:17 PM.
“We wanted a seamless mirrored look to appear as if it was one piece wrapping around the console and reflecting the detail of the bronze branches below,” explains Juliette Wright, “This took a great deal of planning and templating to ensure everything fitted and to ensure the console could be wall-mounted successfully with only millimetres of tolerance!”
Frame Your Console. A console can be flanked with an item each side of it such a set of beautiful matching occasional chairs (it’s a great way to store additional seating) or add a couple of tall plants either side in a funky pot such a Fiddle Leaf.
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.
“Warm colour schemes were important in this and the mix of soft textures complete a young family’s informal London home,” Natalia describes, “The dark walnut table along with the flash of grey/white marble is balance by the symmetrical lighting and the reflection of the bright art in the mirror. The table also needed to have a slight subtlety alongside the art.”
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