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The marvelllous thing about Rosie was always her wonderful legs! Our Rosie's tables are a blend between mid century and contemporary, beautifully made in walnut picked out in ebony with nickel screws and caps. The oval cocktail table is one of those deceiving pieces in that it is totally practical, having no sharp edges, and its overall appearance is perfect in front of a sofa. On the other hand the Rosie's end table with its three tiers is the perfect piece on which to place a lamp and all ones books underneath, reserving the Rosie's minature as an occasional piece on which to leave a delicious glass of wine.
Edward was always a smart young man and his chest of drawers shown here in a mixture of ebonised oak and santos rosewood is a fine example of a William interpretation of a mid century piece. Full of elegance, chic and style this multi-drawered chest is also the height of practicality. I would like to draw your attention to the beautiful handles trimmed with bronze. I think I might put these on my doors at home!
The Genesso Console follows up the success of our wonderful cocktail table and again provides an interesting take on the vintage look. Bronzed brass and oak marquetry make for an appealing combination of finishes. Neat enough to work in a small apartment and smart enough to hold its own in a much larger space.
The Charlotte Sofa - so elegant with carved lions foot and leg, cannot be better positioned than in a fabulous stone or parquet floored hall. Charlotte is not a bench, she is definitely a settee and with her elegant proportions and beautiful craftsmanship, she really cannot be ignored.
The Gibson Chair, the original of which I found in a mid century store in Copenhagen, has been a favourite since the day I bought it. I use this armchair at my desk and I find I can sit for hours without any discomfort. On the other hand, the Gibson can be used as a dining chair and its waisted form relieves one from looking at a sea of backs. Ask me for a design solution for a dining table with twelve chairs and this is my choice.
Round side table in rustic walnut, standing on an iron 4 legged base.
Wrought iron rectangular narrow five-tier étagère, rustic walnut top set on five slender supports which project above the level of the top shelf.
Function and fashion engage your imagination! Have a good safari...
Four-tier étagère in Rustic Walnut, with a heavily distressed finish and wrought iron detailing.
Five-tier étagère veneered in black eucalyptus and gilded with silver-leaf.
Black painted two door breakfront display cabinet with grey painted interior and LED Interiror lighting, the glazed doors flanked with brass hanldes, featuring three glass shelves.
Antique brown mahogany flatware cabinet with five drawers set on cabriole legs with gilt carved detailing.
When I first saw the Belleville buffet I knew immediately where to put it in my blue and white house. Originally in a fruitwood finish I saw it being much more exciting in our washed acacia. Although a substantial piece it has a lightness and humour that makes it very usable.
The Hyme Chest is a signature of my work. It has all the Yeoward hallmarks; smart, stylish, practical and above all uber chic. With its nickel feet and nickel banding the Hyme looks well as a serving buffet in a dining room, its interior being fitted with a combination of useful shelves and drawers. As an alternative, why not place between a pair of chairs in a contemporary entry way.