Consoles

Traditionally a table that abuts a wall or sofa, a console table creates useful space where there is none. It needs to be unobtrusive and blend into its environment: to achieve this Gosling uses clever design, complementary materials and elegance of form. (Click on images to enlarge.)

A pier console table in rosewood with bronze detailing -for a contemporary twist the pier mirror is inlaid into the length of the wall rather than hung above.
A pier console table in rosewood with bronze detailing -for a contemporary twist the pier mirror is inlaid into the length of the wall rather than hung above.
A suspended console in Macassar ebony with two scroll legs and nickel inlay. There are two concealed drawers in the frieze with brushed nickel scroll handles.
A suspended console in Macassar ebony with two scroll legs and nickel inlay. There are two concealed drawers in the frieze with brushed nickel scroll handles.
A suspended demi-lune console table in walnut with a single scrole leg.
A suspended demi-lune console table in walnut with a single scrole leg.
Detail of an inlaid oak lozenge on the frieze of an oak console table.
Detail of an inlaid oak lozenge on the frieze of an oak console table.