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Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Design Line Works, llc
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Leanne Jones Interiors, LLC
Atlantic Beach, FL
Tubular metal shaped like an anchor supports the solid-acacia top of the Metal Chairside Table. With its mixed-materials aesthetic, neutral color palette and compelling design, this accent piece works well in transitional, eclectic and modern-contemporary spaces.
Michele Broussard Interiors
New Iberia, LA
Details Full Service Interiors
Barbed serpenting bows of gold-leafed rod iron support the beige travertine top of this round martini table. The flourish of the legs is pure traditional styling, yet the mix of the pitted limestone with these legs makes it a more modern piece.
Rachel Moriarty Interiors
San Diego, CA
Tunde Decor, LLC
Johns Creek, GA
Peg Kusner Design
Scottsdale , AZ
Drawing on the Japanese tradition of tansu cases, the charismatic Red 58.25" Entertainment Console offers two drop-front drawers, two sets of doors with one adjustable shelf behind each set of doors, a three-plug outlet and one infrared eye for using components with the doors closed. Mismatched antiqued hardware and a rich red finish, hand-painted and heavily aged, complete the antique look.
The Accents Rectangular Accent Table's slender form allows it to thrive in tight spots where only a thin end table with fit. Its tall, subtly bowed Queen Anne legs, hand-painted accents and gleaming trumpet pull for the single box drawer make it as beautiful as it is compact.
With a black frame, brown top and decorative gold-leaf crossbar accents, the Medallion Nest of Tables gives you versatile options for your living room. Bunch these transitional tables together or scatter them around the room for a sense of stylistic unity throughout a space.
A class apart, this stylish accent table offers a removable serving tray and turned baluster legs. Mappa burl veneers dress the table from tray-rim oval top to tapered peg feet with brass ferrules. Two tiers provide a platform for display, storage and decoration.
Poplar and hardwood solids compose the graceful form of the Thin Console. Gold-leafed fretwork door fronts contrast with the weathered gray case finish. The breakfront design holds three drawers and three cabinets with a shelf in each compartment.
Barclay Stone Interiors
Three barbed legs bolster a turned pedestal smoothly tapering up to the round top of this stylish accent table. The two-tone finish between the warm, natural wood top and the black-and-white veneers of the base combine a modern look in a traditional form.
Sara Gilbane Sullivan
Sara Gilbane Interiors
New York City, NY
Timeless elegance and a soft, neutral color palette lend versatility to the 60" Entertainment Console. The open center section holds two adjustable shelves, and each cabinet holds an additional adjustable shelf. A three-plug outlet provides modern practicality, but the interlocked metal ring pulls drive home a graceful aesthetic.
The 64" Entertainment Console features three wood-framed doors with decorative overlay and seeded-glass or wood panel option and two adjustable shelves behind each door. The repeated pattern of the door overlay is nearly Deco-esque, but the subdued natural finish lands it solidly in a more transitional style.
This traditional-styled accent table features a top with an inlaid star motif reminiscent of a classic compass rose seen on old maps. It has three twist legs separated by a lower shelf. Its one drawer, opened with an antiqued-brass ball pull, is perfect for storing remote controls.
Enticing carved details and accents strengthen the elegant design of the Round Pedestal Accent Table, like the arch moulding and floral panels along the rim of the top, the beading and fluting on the turned pedestal and the reeding on the three bowed legs upon which it stands.
A slender profile allows the Three-Drawer Thin Console to fit in narrow spaces, especially hallways and apartments. Cherry veneers over hardwood construction flatters the traditional details like the breakfront design, fluted turned legs and acanthus carvings along the three drawers.
Rich mahogany veneers on the turned baluster legs on this pair of traditional nesting tables make them seem ordinary enough. But a look at the tops of both reveal a gorgeous mosaic of swirling bright walnut veneers crisscrossed by a lattice of mahogany.
Abstract and organic, the Coral Console flaunts an open, veiny framework of iron tubes reminiscent of branch-like stony corals. The gold-leafed demilune base holds up a solid acacia top in a plain natural finish, providing further contrast between the woody and metallic, the forest and the sea. This casual console belongs anywhere from the coast to the metro apartment.
The Antique-Mirror Accent Table seems like a well-worn antique find from nearly any time in the first half of the last century. An upscale gold/silver metallic paint, reverse-painted by hand on the mirror panels, creates an églomisé effect. The case holds a single drawer and door, and it stands on bun feet.
Below the exquisite acanthus trim of the top of this accent table, the bottom shelf makes for an ideal spot to display a favorite keepsake. Turned legs and tulip feet further emphasize the classically traditional design.
Floral metalwork fills the negative space in the frame of this beautiful console. The sturdy metal legs contrast with the delicacy of the fretwork. Further contrast comes when considering the brown marble top, both a visual and material juxtaposition.