Inspired by the Monte Carlo Casino, this architectural desk created by Viscount David Linley is an exquisite piece of furniture priced at about $100,000. Viscount Linley, the bespoke cabinetmaker who is a nephew of Queen Elizabeth II, created this desk using American walnut with inlays of santos rosewood and sycamore. Covering the surface is a dark red leather. The façade of the architectural box bears detailing representing the windows, columns and galleries of the casino. Linley has been known for the intricacy and precision of fine craftsmanship which he brings to all his furniture. The Monte Carlo Desk pays tribute to an iconic building, and is a collectable work of art in its own right.
This Exhibi-Table was originally designed for library use. But it looks like the ideal kind of table that will work really well in the home, too. Do you often find the stacks and stacks of books sitting on top of your desk or coffee table very untidy? The slotted table helps you declutter and makes it more functional.
This Italian designer dinning table inspired by the Colosseum in Rome provides classical elegance to any dinning room. The beautiful wood dinning table has lacquered finish and also features Zodiac inlay centrepiece.