to appreciate. to enjoy. to have a high opinion of.
We wanted to dedicate this post to pieces that we admire from one of our favorite furniture makers in Virginia. They may be pieces we have had on our showroom floor or others that we have admired while flipping through our catalogs. Either way, these pieces have a way with style, simplicity and function.
The Byrdcliffe Split Top Console table... they grow wide or go skinny. And the wood is not delicate. The drawers would hide my newspaper clippings and scissors.
This is my new favorite dresser and I am trying to figure out a way to get it into my house. Its simplicity, style, hardware and look are beautiful to me. I love that it’s tall and has lots of different sized drawers. Plus, the best part is that it comes in 8 different serene finishes.
I think this European inspired split top table is my favorite piece right now. It is so versitile and takes up very little space. It can be a console- desk- dining table. And the finish works with many of diffferent styles.
Likewise, Nan's favorite is also mine. I like this piece because of its versatility. It can be used as a console table in any room and you can unfold it to use as a dining table for extra seating when you have those extra guests. The contrast between the wood and metal gives it a unique look that can mesh with so many styles.
A favorite piece of mine is the Red House Revival Table. It has great architectural lines, with a bit of a fresh twist to the Craftsman aesthetic. Being only 42”, it is a versatile piece that could be used in an entry, breakfast nook, or as a game table. All the pieces in this collection speak to me!
I love the Hudson Street Console table because of the dark finish and storage possibilities. Removable shelves, pull out media tray, and hidden electrical outlet make this piece very user-friendly with a modern edge.
One of my favorite pieces is the European Farmhouse Patrons Console. Designed as a modest storage cabinet, the console is also an elegantly conceptualized display space. The open design leaves ample room for a tv, media equipment, books and even decorative items. I think coral and shells would compliment it perfectly.
What do you think? Do you have a favorite?