Lars Bolander is one of Sweden’s foremost interior designers and a pioneer of Swedish design, though his diverse experience and education make pinpointing his exact style a challenge. He has been featured in House Beautiful, Vogue, World of Interiors and international editions of House & Garden, among others, and The Wall Street Journal showcased his Palm Beach home.
Swedish rectangular occasional walnut and walnut veneer table
with ebonized ogee-edge top. Four baluster turned legs attach to arched feet and are joined by a similar baluster stretcher decorated with a ball finial.
The slender legs and open base of this
four-feet-wide coffee table make it an especially suitable choice for smaller rooms. The glossy white lacquered top and the gleaming chrome base, however, make it appealing for just about any space.
Oak parsons-style console or sofa table. The top
is made up of three long smoked mirror panels edged in a thin brass-plated frame. No maker's mark. Accessories are not included. Minimal age wear.