Tuesday, September 15, 2009

A little something on the side?

Side, accent, occasional - whatever you wish to call them, these little tables are the perfect exclamation point for any room. Styles run the gamut and choices are endless!

A Baroque statement of elegance from Julia Gray, Ltd. Handpainted with a deft touch of aged gold leaf trim.

The PeeWee table from Oly Studios can thank George Nakashima for the inspiration of its free-edge form.

A little loop-de-loop and the contrast of an antique iron base and foxed mirror top on the Alamota Side Table from Gerard through DessinFournir.

The Hiquily-inspired Henri Side Table in brass from Ironies.

The petite Syrah Wine Table from Lewis Mittman was originally designed to fit under the foot of a club chair in a c. 1900 men's club.Comprised of 37 disks, circular or square, walnut or rosewood, stamped and numbered, the Luna Side Table from Helene Aumont.

Doing what they do best, Ironies uses organic form in its Clover Side Table.

Now it's just a question of which piece of eye candy is for you.

1 comment:

  1. Love the Alamota Side Table. I do love the precision of the Luna Side Table, but the Alamota is more my personal taste.