Cammie Perkins Buehler- a pair of tables (maybe rectangular raw edge and taller) for your living room. Make them with screw in cone legs. Leaf legs and top with gold or brass leaf. Clear glass lamps on top. Ideas!
I don't know if you guys already have a plan in place for clients to sit at the oval/L-shaped table...but I could recreate these with the same top as the tables...or any variety of options to either blend in or add a splash of color/interest. In the small space, these would have a up minimal footprint. (first focus are the tables, this would be an "after opening day" addition)
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