by Tracy Kaler
|Opulent and sexy––the LaPlace Console is from the furniture company, INOX New York.|
The LaPlace from INOX New York is a luxurious, transitional console that will easily blend with other furnishings in most any room. The handcrafted table is a practical alternative to the traditional and often over-used wooden console or entrance piece. If I had a space, I'd take two.
How it happens:
The console starts as a flat sheet of the heaviest-grade, German stainless steel. Firstly, an artisan cuts the delicate pattern and traces it with a laser, and then folds the steel and welds the metal into place with precision. Finally, the Long Island City-based company carefully applies the mirror finish for which it is known.
The elegant, bent legs attach seamlessly to the base, then swirl gracefully to create a secure foundation for the starphire glass top. If you don't fancy glass, INOX can successfully combine natural stone or lacquer with the sturdy, metal LaPlace base.
Why I love this...
Besides the fact that it's a great-looking piece of furniture, I'll elaborate a bit more.
INOX's well-proportioned LaPlace is an ideal apartment size at 46 inches wide and 18 inches deep for the compact NYC foyer, and the company can also customize the console for tighter or larger spaces. I love the statuesque silhouette and the luxe materials, which partner beautifully.
The curvy, feminine design complements the flawless, stainless steel polish that I find so sexy and irresistible.
Traditional, modern, or eclectic, no matter the architecture or style of a room, the LaPlace Console from INOX New York has a place.
|This is how the LaPlace begins.|
|The pattern is cut.|
|The LaPlace up close.|
|The LaPlace with an oval base and oval black lacquer top. Isn't it stunning?|
See INOX furnishings at the Long Island City studio, in Manhattan at the Donghia showroom in the D & D Building, or at other fine showrooms in the US.