This gorgeous room, as seen in the 2012 Holiday House NYC Catalog, is designed by the talented designer Lee Najman. Lee’s artful mix of classic and contemporary creates a very rich look. The art below the mantel is almost more impressive than that above, it is a focal point that sets the vibe of the room. Notice that there is a functioning fire screen quietly tucked behind this artistic statement piece, proving that fire places can be stylish without compromising safety. Design dilemma nicely handled, Lee!
There are some great side table finds this season. Here is a preview of stylish side tables from the latest High Point Market and various showrooms around the country:
17″ diam X 18.25″ h Marble Top
23″w x 22.5″h x 22″d, with antiqued mirror, Finishes: gilt, alder or lacquer
16″h x 20″diam, Finishes: gold or silver
26″w x 26″d x 24″h Finishes: Lacquer or Alder
Any of these tables would look great used as side tables OR as a pair in front of a sofa. Which is your favorite?
Pricing and information available upon request.
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Keeping the room light…
Again, the acrylic table adds interest, in Mary McDonald’s always tasteful design.
If you would like assistance in locating beautiful acrylic furniture, we have many resources, feel free to contact us.
This collection of contemporary rugs brings elegance and grace to any room, coming in over 100 different designs which are completely customizable to any size, scale, pattern or colors- the possibilities are limitless. They are produced with the finest Tibetan wool and Chinese silk fibers, entirely by hand and without the use of child labor.
This oversized scale design creates a bold contemporary statement, while the mid-century design of the top rug promotes a more understated feel.
This detail shows the silk sheen against the plushness of the wool.
Art for the floor, expensive and worth it. If you would like to find out more about buying one of these rugs, contact Courtney Price Design.