The table has been used by humans for thousands of years, serving a variety of purposes from entertaining guests to displaying possessions. The most common use for the table from antiquity up to the modern day has been dining, with most homes reserving a separate space - the dining room - to hold a large table with multiple seats. Smaller spaces can be equipped with a square, two-seat version of the dining table. A number of other types of tables can be found around the average household, varying from room to room. In the living room or lounge, it is common to have a low coffee table to display books or as a surface for drinks, as well as small side tables for lamps. The bedside table or nightstand is a popular piece of furniture for the bedroom, often used as a surface for lighting or clocks.
Leon Rosen founded The Pace Collection in New York City in 1960, specializing in high-end contemporary furniture, with rich, exotic wood veneers, high-gloss finishes, and polished stainless steel trim, and then a full line of chairs, sofas, shelves, and accessories, many of which have patented designs.
Henkel Harris has been producing American-made fine furnishings since 1946. Elegant and sleek, this eye-catching Federal style mixing table features a mahogany frame and a green inlaid marble top. A single drawer with brass hardware ensures this sophisticated mixing table is every bit as storage savvy as it is chic.
Established in 1918 by Samuel Kravet, a Russian tailor who had just arrived in New York, Kravet has grown into an international brand trusted by interior designers for high quality, luxury fabric, furniture, wallcoverings, trimmings, carpets, and accessories.
George II Walnut Concertina-Action Games Table Circa 1730 The hinged quarter-veneered and featherbanded rectangular top with outset rounded corners, opening to a baize-lined surface with candle recesses and counter wells, raised on lappet-carved cabriole legs and ending in pad feet. Height 29 inches (73.7 cm), width 36 inches (91.5 cm), depth 18 inches (45.8 cm). C, George II Walnut Concertina-Action Games Table, Circa, Height 29 inches (73.7 cm), width 36 inches (91.5 cm), depth 18 inches (45.8
For more than 50 years, family-owned Plexi-Craft has been designing and fabricating custom luxury furniture pieces exclusively in New York City. This 'Susie' occasional side table is made from crimson acrylic with an S-shaped silhouette. Its sculptural form complements modern living room décors.
The Lalique Company integrates symbolic themes in the form of stylized objects that reflect the beauty of nature. Here we have a unique 4 1/2 inch long Lalique Anemone Table Ornament Ouverte (Opened). The anemone flower is opened and would rest on an elegant dining table as decoration or possibly a name card holder. Exceptional ornament that it is undamaged, no chips, no cracks, no scratches, no repairs Authentic Lalique Crystal France. Signed Lalique France. Any non-perfections are from the fir
Launched with a focus on traditional accessories in classic materials, Arteriors transformed from a three-person accessory company to a global leader, offering sophisticated artisan lighting, furniture, wall décor and decorative accessories.
The Thom Filicia Home Collection was born from Thom’s desire to create home furnishings that are exceptional, accessible and designed for the way we live today. His collections blend classic simplicity with unique modern detailing to create a collection that is both timely and timeless.