We are thrilled to share some exciting news with you all. In the September/October edition of Country & Town House, our exquisite DAVIDSON furniture pieces have taken centre stage in the world of design. As always, it’s an absolute honour to be featured in such a prestigious publication, and we couldn’t wait to tell you all about it.
The star of the show, the Rivington Dining Table, graces the pages of the ‘on design’ section, just across from the editor’s letter by the esteemed Carole Annett. This table is a true embodiment of contemporary sophistication with its asymmetric pedestals, creating a sculptural masterpiece in a classic black-and-white pairing. The pale satin sycamore silk top beautifully contrasts with the high gloss bases, all accentuated by antiqued brushed brass metalwork.
Carole Annett also shines a spotlight on our Regis Drinks Cabinet in the ‘on design news’ section on page 144. This cabinet redefines luxury for the 21st century, featuring high gloss quilted maple in black graphite and exquisite marquetry in sycamore pearl. The combinationof graphite black maple and shimmering grey sycamore creates an ambiance of dark sophistication that’s simply irresistible. Inside, you’ll find adjustable glass shelves and internal faces in sycamore pearl, making it the perfect home for your glasses, bottles, and crockery. The marquetry detail is a testament to DAVIDSON’s impeccable craftsmanship andability to reimagine classic design.
The ‘on design case study’ by Tessa Dunthorne, titled ‘spaced out’ on page 148, introduces you to our Cylinder Occasional Table, a shining star in our Wanderlust Collection. This chic piece is a testament to contemporary British furniture design, offering a burst of colour and available in a wide range of shades in both high gloss and satin finishes. Whether you’re looking for a pop of colour or a more subdued aesthetic, the Cylinder Table has you covered.
Alexandra Davidson, Managing Director