There are few places on eather whtat rival the natural beauty of the Monterey Peninsula in Californai, where mountains meet the sea. The area has drawn celebrated painters and writers since the 19th century. Today, the small town of Carmel, with its relaxed yet sophisticated lifestyle, has retained its passion for the arts. Barclay Butera draws inspiration from the progression of home design on the coast. The look has evolved from Spanish Mission to Relaxed Modern, while maintaining a classic sensibility. The term relaxed modern sounds like a design contradiction, but to Barclay it suggests a refreshing new direction. Classic lines blend with natural materials and plush textiles to soften the normal edge of modernism for an understated and inviting look. The Carmel collection features a crisp winter-white finish on white oak with rich camel undertones that accentuate grain lines. The look is extremely sophisticated, the vibe is remarkably casual, and the lifestyle conveys the essence of luxury living. The Point Lobos marble end table has a Calais brass metal frame on the sides with a Concours marble top and glass center shelf. There is a wooden privacy panel on back. The design can also be turned so that the privacy panel faces the end of the sofa, offering convenient support for books that are displayed vertically.
- Carmel White Point Lobos Rectangular End Table
- Alpine veneered stone top, metal frame with wooden side panel, 1 stationary tempered glass shelf, recessed plinth base.