So the catch: hubby and I love all that trim too much to entirely cover it up, and we are working with a very tight space. Solution? In my mind it seemed obvious - a clear acrylic console, of course! It won't be visually heavy, but it will allow us a spot to put down our keys (and more importantly a spot for me to style/decorate!). It'll make a statement, and yet keep the millwork as the center of attention.
When you first think about these tables, you may think they lend to a very stark and modern space, but on the contrary I think I've gathered some pretty good examples of a neo-traditional look, definitely what we are going for.
Colleen McGill will always be top of my books - here is her stunning version of a Lucite console, the Johnny Table:
left via Domino | right Amie Corley
Oh, and while we are on the topic of lucite, here are a few other pieces that I would love to add to my home, been saving these in the inspiration files:
Oh, and I should also mention I am crazy for anything that mixes acrylic/resin/lucite and natural wood. Make that a burled wood and I go extra crazy.
So there's my list of lustworthy lucite for your Monday morning. Now on to planning that entryway vignette ... I'll keep you up to date with my selections on instagram!