Guest Picks: Demilune Tables: A 'Half-Roundup'
Want to go ornate? Here is the piece for you. Heavily carved and white glazed, it would be a great statement piece in a hall where there is not much other action.
This iron and glass demilune has a decidedly fresh and fun feel. Add a large art piece above it, and you have a stunning room.
I love the ribbed apron on this white-washed piece. Notice the detailing on the legs too.
The bronze color on this metal demilune is great. I like the tapered legs and the scalloped design at the feet.
This Bernhardt demilune has a great rustic look. It's made of pine and metal and has the bonus of two tiers.
Here is a smaller demilune with a totally modern feel. The light wood is the perfect touch on this piece.
This new piece has a limed gray finish, making it appear vintage. I like the bottom shelf; it's great for displaying pottery or books.
Now these mid-1800s Swedish demilunes are real antiques. They have a beautiful light finish and a middle drawer that is perfect for keys and such in an entry.
I love the long look of this metal and glass piece. The tapered legs are great, and the bottom shelf is really a bonus.
A totally brass demilune? This is genius. It's modern and sophisticated and perfect for when you need a touch of metal or glam in a room.
If simplicity is your thing, here is a great neutral demilune. The absence of carving and detailing lets the beauty of the tapered legs shine.
I like this light and simple demilune with just a few details. It's a new piece with a great European look and feel.
Here's a more modern take on the demilune: a gold metal base with an antiqued mirror top. What's not to love?
This pretty gray demilune has two shelves. Notice the scalloped apron and the slight flair on the legs.
A beautiful, red-painted vintage demilune with an oriental flair would really stand out in a room.
I am in love with this Spanish piece with a gray wash. The paint is worn just enough, and there is just the right amount of detailing on the legs to make it interesting without being too ornate.
This demilune has a simple metal base, a whitewashed oak top and such a great modern feel.
I am including the next two photos for their sheer beauty.This pair of antique French demilunes has faux painted marble tops.
Isn't this detail of the faux marble top stunning? They are pricey, but they are also functional pieces of art.
I love the stretchers at the bases of these 19th century oriental demilunes.Next: Demilune Tables Bring On Full Elegance
I fell hard for this antique Swedish pair with carved detailing and reeded legs. The light paint wash is just right.