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Michele Broussard Interiors
New Iberia, LA
Chapel Hill, NC
This heavy industrial style cocktail table features a wonderful blend of mixed materials and contempporary scaling. Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) combined with aged metal in a handsome bronze finish contrasted with dark walnut finished wood surfaces. The result is casually sophisticated.
Krystin Krebs Interiors
San Diego, CA
The clean lines of the three-drawer Blake Nightstand, constructed of oak solids and veneers with sandblasted surfaces in a light aged finish, are reminiscent of a contemporary loft and accented with aged bronze paired drawer pulls.
Patricia Robalino Interiors LLC
Open, airy geometry unites the Fletcher Étagère's architectural design. Three glass shelves rest within the minimal metal framework, the middle one halfway suspended in midair, providing a wonderfully modern display option. While this design impresses on its own, it works wonders in opposing pairs.
When it comes to coffee tables, one's company, two's a crowd and three's a party. The Fraser Set of Three Tables provide versatile control over you own little bit of customization. The brushed nickel bases and glass fiber reinforced concrete round tops possess a sleek industrial simplicity. Their variable sizes and staggered heights enable them to nest together closely, but even when scattered, they provide stylistic unity to your space.
The metal base of the Drake Entertainment Unit is finished in a plated black nickel, contrasted with the metal framed doors made of white oak with random-thickness door overlays.
Embracing the organic uniqueness of live edges, no two Nick Cocktail Tables will be exactly alike. A sled-runner metal base in aged bronze provides a rustic yet transitional personality.
There's something funny about the jarring asymmetry of the Ronan End Table's ebonized bronze three-legged base, reminiscent of the unnatural jutting angles of Cubism wherein artists strove to display an object from impossible perspectives. The live-edge solid-wood top adds rustic charm to this modern design.
A combination of birch, acrylic and a touch of metal in a champagne gold finish combine to create this unique cocktail table with its transitional styling. The wood finish is a handsome pearlescent charcoal adding both drama and contrast.
Cantilevered top supported by a clear acrylic beam. The wood is birch with a handsome charcoal pearlescent finish that adds a dramatic contrast to the clear support spine.
A very contemporary profile etagere consisting of birch wood in a pearlescent charcoal finish contrasted with metal upright supports bracketed into the wood shelving. The metal is finished in a plated champagne gold that works well with both gold and silver.
The Santos Accent Table creates a sculptural presence for any space; a tulip neck leads from a grey concrete circular top to a white concrete elongated rectangular base, creating just the right amount of visual contrast in form and color.