March 6, 2014

Industrial Console Table by Trade Roots

I don’t often get to work on my own place but when I do I’m a pretty happy camper! A few months ago I started to discuss an idea for a long (6ft) industrial wood and steel console table for under our TV. Christos is one of the owners of Trade Roots and he helped me translate what was in my head into a proper drawing.  Next , we shopped for the wood (I blogged about it here) and in a few months I had this beauty. Stained maple and treated steel Industrial Console Table…we all agreed it was badass!

1016381_687617507956423_296082914_nSo, when I got this bad boy home I got busy buying a new TV and getting it mounted. My husband was in total agreement with my design plan for a change 😉 Funny how that works. Once the TV was installed it was time to start shopping the house for lots and lots of stuff to fill it with. If you don’t know me, well…I like a full look. I like big hair, big sweaters and full shelves.front 1I didn’t have to shop for anything…it wasn’t hard to find things I loved around the house so I just played around until I found a combination I liked. I assure you this arrangement will change frequently but I love having some of my cool things on display. I used my fallen branches from Mill Hill Park, some of my collections like my carved bears and globes.

close 1You can really see the cool effect that the treated black steel takes on. I don’t know what those metal magicians did over there but the results are rough and industrial and butchy and awesome. Love it.  The combination of this Cajun style metal with the smooth appearance and rich stain of the wood is really terrific. It’s the tension that makes it sing!

closeBIG Big thanks to Christos and Christian at Trade Roots for making this totally stunning console exactly to my specs. We love it. If you want one, or have an idea you should contact them and let them make it a reality!

And, if you want some help making the place you live a place you love…contact me, I can help!


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March 6, 2014


Nicole Scott