Every boudoir should be equipped with a place to compose private correspondence, or something really sensational, such as one’s diary.
This elegant writing desk influenced by the Sheraton style while of classical design is a riot of opulent veneers. Mahogany with satinwood and boxwood stringing delights the eye, while lockable compartments keep others eyes far from your more intimate secrets.
Altogether a perfect balance of elements
The simplest of designs are often the noblest. This square-topped tripod table, seen in many an aristocratic bedroom, is a perfect contrast to the more elaborate pieces in the collection. Its mahogany veneered top is supported by a turned pillar with three legs on pad feet.
Every boudoir should be equipped with a place to compose private correspondence, or something really sensational, such as one’s diary. This elegant writing desk influenced by the Sheraton style while of classical design is a riot of opulent veneers.
A perfect example of taking period design ideas and applying them to the requirements of the contemporary home.
A delightful combination of materials gives these delicate bedroom chairs the refined, London look. High quality design and detailing is evident in the turned and splayed legs, the similar gilded decoration to the top rail and the caned back panel.
Stateliness in furnishing the bed chamber is a theme in the great English houses, and this four poster is a fine example. Chippendale in style, the four poster is an idea that predates the period by some 300 years, yet has never been out of fashion.
Developing the Georgian style of the low cabinet this rather grander serpentine fronted double chest provides discreet storage for a flat screen TV and lift mechanism.
If the bed is the centrepiece of the collection, the chaise is its dazzling surround. Its elegant lyre-form design, revealing a carved and gilded mahogany frame, is a bravura expression of the Regency.
Smaller forms in traditional cabinetry have enduring appeal. This chest of four graduated drawers is in a typical oak period style, but rendered here in mahogany. Its quarter figured top above a brushing slide is contrasted with book matched figured mahogany veneers to the drawer fronts.
We are craftsmen first and foremost, and connected through our passion for traditional skills to all generations of craftsmen designers and makers.
Inspired by the golden age, George Bensley collections are leading the trend for mixing heritage and traditional design and materials in contemporary settings.
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