By Laura Jackson. Console & Sofa Tables. Published at Monday, May 07th, 2018 - 03:13:49 AM.
CURVE APPEAL. The master bedroom of an apartment (situated in London’s prestigious Grade II* listed Grosvenor Crescent) gets a feminine makeover in the form of a shapely console table addition. Helen Green Design Director Sammi Wickins talks through the scheme: “The circularity of the mirror counterbalances the concave cut-outs of the [console’s] base. The shapes and palette of white lacquer and bronze highlights neatly complement the fretwork antique screen adorning either side of the […] headboard. It is a fresh clean look created using shades of ivory, oozing an archetypal Hollywood glamour.”
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.
“This is a recent project we have finished – a luxury apartment in Port Melbourne. It looks over the bay and has amazing views of the city as well. We kept the palette minimal and very tranquil to let the views speak for themselves and concentrated on texture.”
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.
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