This is a set of three black lacquered tables that we created for a client. Side tables are perfect for a living room where people like to entertain because of their flexibility and mobility. Increasingly designers and clients are asking us to create a pair or a set of three side tables because they are easy to integrate into an apartment, especially in New York City where space is always a consideration. These tables measure 18″l x 18″d and 15″ h and can be used separately when needed or stacked one on top of the other like in the picture.
The Regency Style represents a transition between Baroque and Rococo historical Styles. These stools are symmetrical but also contain curves and feature dark finish, gilded elements and brass inlay common in furniture from this period. Furniture from the Regency Style tends to utilized Greek forms, hieroglyphics, animals and in this instance lion heads. Originals are sold by Milord Antiques
Pictured is an ebonized and gold leaf bench that was custom designed and made for the entryway of an NYC apartment. Inspired by the Japonaiserie style, the bench is 60″ long x 20″ wide and 18″ tall. This style originated from the European and American decorative arts traditions that was influenced by Japanese art and design. Some other pieces in the Janonaiserie style incorporate metal decorations made out of solid cooper and brass. Some of the most popular motifs in the Japonaiserie style include stylized branches, birds, flowers and chrysanthemums.
Black lacquer Art Deco tables are increasingly popular and often are incorporated in New York City homes due to the great influence of the Art Deco style. This style furniture sometimes incorporates brass or gold leaf feet, hardware and motifs. These are a pair of Art Deco influenced side tables featuring a gold leaf edge and four feet. To check out some of our other lacquer please click here.
Ancient Greek furniture is known for its elegance and timeless look and has been influential in later periods including 18th century neoclassical, revival, and through to present furniture designs.The few pieces of Greek furniture that survived are made out of bronze, marble and picture designs in Greek vases. Wood was the dominant material utilized in creating Greek furniture and the finest furniture pieces had inlays of ivory, ebony and precious stones. Pictured to the left is a set of custom dining chairs inspired by the ancient Greek chairs. The rail back has a gilded anthemion pattern also known as a honeysuckle ornament.