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My Artaross console, which we have made in both grey crotch mahogany and greyed oak, has drawers lined in my signature grey polka dot marquetry. This table has been utterly and totally invented! Given my fancy for the gothic, it seemed amusing to make a console table for our dining room that could work alongside the Longwood dining table.
The Midmoor chest of drawers is probably one of my most prized possessions. I love the quirky detail of the paint and the amusing way that the borders of the drawers make for an all over design. Years ago I had this piece in my bedroom but now I find it a deeply practical place to store my silver and linens.
In my London apartment there is definitely an edge of mid century meets Paris retro. I shall be, no doubt, switching a piece of furniture to make room for this delightful three drawer chest on legs. Both the finish and the bronze give a contemporary feel that works so well in a city apartment. Either in the bedroom or in the living room, the Kenosha will hold its own.
I'm racing out and getting two of these delightful barley twisted fruitwood marble topped tables for my drawing room! Once again the late regency inspired the classic piece which has been interpreted with such care and thoughtfulness.
The elegance of this mid-19th century fruitwood end table is to all intents and purposes, obvious. The barley twist legs and the fret wood stretcher support a delightful tray top under hung with a useful drawer. The warm colour of this delightful piece makes it flexible to be used between a pair of beds, at the end of a sofa or even between a pair of windows. Personally I would love it as a pair of night tables in my country bedroom.