Bring modern glamour with clean, simple lines into your everyday living! This MODERN Corso Double-Shelf Media Console Table is adorned with metal accents on the sides of both shelves--perfect for elegant display. Use a single Console Table for media or pair with other pieces to create a seamless look. The deep, dimensional oak is available in two nuanced pairings: Lyon Brown finish with Champagne Brass hardware or Normandy Grey finish with Brushed Stainless hardware. More design options available in store. Get the custom look you want today! 68"Wx18"Dx28"H
Inspired by Belgian Art Deco antique from the 1930s, these tiered tables are updated to feel completely fresh and modern. The Art Deco style takes its name from the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts held in Paris in 1925. It appeared in Belgium immediately after the First World War when Victor Horta embarked on the design of the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels in 1919. The symmetry and classical orders of Corso represent the return to a strict, classical style you see in Belgian Art Deco of the 30s. The designs and shapes no longer enjoyed the freedom of the 1900s; it was strictly supervised by its creators, and its design was inspired by the geometric aspects of cubism. Corso in its updated and modern form, is adorned with metal details on the bottom tier edges, and an ottoman with first-quality upholstery is added to the collection. Media consoles and etagere shelves are designed to match, would they be paired in a TV room set-up. The rectangular coffee table comes with two well-made serving trays to make the living room look complete.
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