New York, NY (PRWEB) September 19, 2008
Matthew White and Frank Webb are pleased to announce the expansion of Clearly Classic, their line of acrylic occasional tables. Originally launched in early 2007, the collection debuted to enormous acclaim and subsequent demands for more. Recognizing a growing need for innovative, high quality, occasional furniture, the designers have gone back to the drafting board and created three new pieces to round out the line. What's more, the line can now be found on both the West and East Coasts. Already represented on the West Coast by the venerable and stylish Hollyhock in Los Angeles, the line has just gained representation through that bastion of cultivated, modern design, Dennis Miller Associates, in New York City.
Combining a hint of sparkle along with references to ancient architecture, the tables convey drama and exoticism, but in a quiet, subtle way. Without upstaging more important pieces in a room, they lend a pleasing combination of dash, glimmer and wit, which can be blended beautifully with either classical or modern interiors. Offered in a variety of sizes, the tables can stand singly next to a chair or in groupings in front of a sofa. According to Dennis Miller, "White Webb's new collection of tables represents a modern take on classically exotic ideas. They offer a unique point of view melding old and new ~ practicality and great style."
Following in the footsteps of its Alexander, Hadrian and Ming tables, White Webb is pleased to introduce the newest members of its Clearly Classic collection:
The Pasha table has the character of a comfortable, rather portly Mughal emperor. With its squat base -- stylishly cut like an alluring Indian window -- it captivates with old world charm while still feeling completely of today. The round top allows it to nestle comfortably between two chairs and work as the perfect coffee table. Made of ½" acrylic, the table measures 24" in diameter and 19 ½" tall.
The Tangier table feels like a miniature triumphal arch in Morocco. The exoticism of North Africa is present in its design, yet it feels like a contemporary reinvention of that iconic style. Mod and mesmerizing, the Tangier table will give any room that needed dash of romantic shimmer. Made of ½" acrylic, the table comes in two sizes. The large version measures 12" wide by 12" deep by 24" tall, and the small version measures 9" wide by 9" deep by 20" tall.
The proportions of the Akbar table are wider and lower than the Tangier or the very popular Alexander, while the pointed and deeply scalloped arch gives it a bolder presence. Either on its own or paired with others, this table is the perfect spot to place a frosty Martini or a cup of rich Turkish coffee. Made of ½" acrylic, the table measures 16" wide by 16" deep by 18" tall.
For more information about the tables, please contact either Dennis Miller Associates at 212-684-0070 or Hollyhock at 310-777-0100.
About White Webb, LLC:
White Webb, LLC is an interior design firm with offices in New York City. The firm's principals, Matthew White and Frank Webb, bring a sense of history to every interior design project, but balance it with an appreciation for modern life. This blending of old and new is the hallmark of the White Webb sensibility. Whether working with major art and antiques in architecturally significant houses or creating a fantasy setting in the gallery world, White Webb approaches all projects with an eye toward the past and the future, and a touch of wit.
For more information on White Webb, visit http://www.whitewebb.com.
About Dennis Miller Associates:
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Dennis Miller Associates is a unique and innovative resource for residential and contract furnishings. Representing over a dozen of the world's finest furniture designers, the showroom specializes in contemporary, custom-made collections and is a benchmark for impeccable quality within the industry.
For more information on Dennis Miller Associates, visit http://www.dennismiller.com.
Hollyhock is the premier resource in Los Angeles for stylish interiors. Owner and interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein offers a fresh take on traditional design with a vibrant and eclectic mix of antique, vintage and new furniture and accessories from around the world. Founded in 1988, the shop is described as "an oasis in the sea of Los Angeles design."
For more information on Hollyhock, visit http://www.hollyhockinc.com.