We are very excited here at Alidad about our two new Velvet Furniture Pieces – the Julius Cabinet and the Antonius Console Table.
Shown below, both with a Nero Marquina marble top, they are an elegant addition to our range of furniture in rich velvet and antique bronze nailing that has come to define Alidad’s style and aesthetic. Other colours and tops are available for both these items of furniture.
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This week Alidad Adores a new bespoke version of our very own Augustus Console from our Velvet Furniture Collection!
Re-imagined in leather this console table looks smart, contemporary and stylish with beautiful bronze nailing detail and a veneered wood top. We think this design we produced for Hollandesign is incredibly exciting and an interesting take on our traditional Velvet Furniture collection.
This week we absolutely love this sophisticated English Brass & Steel Drinks Trolley with Swivelling Shelves from Guinevere.
The curved geometry make it an enchanting piece to add to any drawing room and the swivel action shelves will definitely liven up cocktail hour! The rich colours of the brass and steel really compliment each other well and make a simple design into an elegant whole. We love it!
Eltham Palace, was once an important royal palace playing host to kings and queens and international statesmen. It is one of the few medieval royal palaces to survive with substantial remains intact and was one of the only six palaces large enough to accommodate and feed the entire Tudor court. Initially a moated manor house, it was acquired by the future Edward II in 1305. Under Edward IV significant changes were made, most notably the addition in the 1470′s of the great hall, which still stands today. Eltham Palace was eclipsed by Greenwich and Hampton Court palaces in the 16th century and declined in the early 17th century. For 200 years after the Civil Wars it was used as a farm
Eltham Palace’s architectural features seen here in Winter