The laminated wood surface of the Nuovo Console Tables is available in the above colors. This color assortment will be expanded to include more colors as they become available.
The continuum of developing a new console table design progresses. Continuing with criteria such as compact size, updateable components, and contemporary styling… the latest design iteration has taken shape. This version has the table top available in different colors ranging from pastel tones to more primary colors. Combining metal and wood are still the mainstay of the console table design which includes solid wood elements. Strength, rigidity and stability are criteria which have been met in this design. The contemporary aesthetic is greatly appealing to me and judging from initial feedback, is very good. The longevity of the table design can be extended by updating the table top. I am now also experimenting with various solid wood species to bring more variety to the wood elements of the table. I plan to present these new console tables at the upcoming IDS14 Interior Design Show late in January.
Uniquely designed wood and steel console table. Steel and wood are combined to create a modern, contemporary look. A unique, minimal design creates a narrow profile through the use of two legs instead of four. The feet, lower stretcher and top are shaped out of solid cherry. Other available woods are maple, ash, mahogany, walnut. The laminated wood top incorporates an under bevel along its edges for a streamlined effect. The frame is environmentally friendly powder-coated steel.. The black powder-coated steel legs contrast nicely with the wood and laminate top. Surfaces are hand scraped and formed. Meticulous attention is provided to both detail and finishing. The table is available as either a smaller console table or a larger hall table. The wood is not stained and maintains its light, natural color over time. This console table is finished with multiple coats of thinned UV resistant polyurethane, polished and waxed.