photos courtesy of Matthews and Parker
Telephone Tables have such an allure for me. Tiny tables, like the K.S. shown here, done originally by Karl Springer for the Duchess of Windsor, are close to my heart-- they serve a function and look great while doing it.
J'adore these gems. Like a classic Cartier Rolling Ring, these French 1950's Pirouette Gueridon tables will be around and used forever. The spring coil design has a dynamism and sense of fun.
The Butler's Table is in lacquer with a gilt top. Perfect for a book, a drink and free time.
Their K.S. Jansen Table is a Karl Springer design is clean with it's bronze and brass detailing.
The JMF Double Shelf Table, that's Jean Michel Frank, the French furniture genius. The slight sweep of the leg is elegant and supports the scale of the top.
The Duchess Coffee Table is linen wrapped and lacquer sealed. It has a smart shallow profile and a storage shelf.
The KS Philippe X Bench would look great in a pair at the foot of a bed or around a center hall table. It's sleek iron frame work design makes the upholstery choice really stand out.
The Delacourt Bench is a French 1940's design, made of carved cerused oak with campaign detailing.