A dining room is somehow incomplete without a server, or console/credenza as many may be familiar with. Here’s our latest round-up to inspire your next purchase:
Oriental origins– this Zheng console in yellow from Block & Chisel encapsulates traditional Oriental design in a striking hue to add eclecticism to your dining area.
Mid-century modern – the Babylon credenza from Mobelli Furniture + Living exudes contemporary luxury, while adding warmth and character with the geometric detail on the front and charcoal-coated feet.
The glam go-to – the bold and the beautiful Osaka console from KARE South Africa is inspired by Japanese aesthetics and celebrates clean lines with a touch of glam of brass-coloured stainless steel, which is set against a dark ash wood.
Understated elegance – the TS Console, designed by GamFratesi for Gubi from Créma Design, was designed for the minimalist at heart. Available in two versions and two finishes (in glass or marble) with a black lacquered or brass frame, you can easily customise this piece to complement or contrast your interior.
Old-world charm – the Alto console from SHF Home is a beautiful piece that brings two worlds together – aurastone quartz boldly paired with a black metal base of a geometric pattern. The mixing of materials makes this console not only a beauty to the eye, but a functional piece that displays a gorgeous curation of your favourites.
It’s a man’s world – the Big Ben sideboard by Reflex from Casarredo Collezione is masculine in its design, featuring a wooden structure with two sliding doors. The exterior is covered in lacquered or etched lacquered glass with metal legs in brass or in titanium finish. The differing doors (one in mesh glass with gears in mixed brass and titanium finish) makes this piece striking and ideal for a bachelor pad.
Wooden wonder – the Namib console from MrP Home is made from MDF veneer and solid acacia wood with a wire brushed finish. Part of the Namib range, this console has been designed to complement a classic interior style.