Dalston by Bentley Home is the new console that leverages geometric aesthetics. It looks like the Greek letter Pi, and is enhanced with an interplay of full and empty spaces.
Inspired by the lines of the fronts of vintage cars, the tapered shape accentuates the dynamism of the console and gives it a sophisticated look. The brand uses an innovative new technique called “degradé” marble, which allows maximum customization. The dark colour on the base becomes lighter as it moves up towards the top, giving an impression of lightness, while the top has curved lines and delicate edges. This piece is also available in Warm Grey Fiddleback Sycamore, Smoked Liquidambar or Walnut Burr burl wood veneer, with a brushed glossy finish. It is possible to order a version in solid Calacatta or Dover White marble.
This console perfectly matches the Thames Coffee Tables, whose compositions recall those of an atoll: tables with strong, incisive legs and tops defined by precious ribs that carry a hint of the world of luxury cars.