At Gabby, not only do we care about functionality in our designs, but we also pay close attention to the smallest of details, including the various angles formulated within our pieces. Our designers are continually developing new concepts to reflect our expertise in sophisticated, transitional furnishings.
We offer many products that spotlight our superior methods in designing eclectic furniture. Whether you would like to add more definition to a space, incorporate an item that can be used every day, or would simply like to boost the visual appeal of a room, choosing pieces with marked angles and angular accents is a viable option.
Take a look at some of our pieces featuring distinctive angles and angular shapes for ideas on how to add a touch of punctuation to a client’s home.
The Highland Side Table houses a base with sharp triangular angles reminiscent of the Great Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt or the awe-inspiring Musée du Louvre in Paris, France, and the overall look of the piece truly speaks to the movement of geometry meeting transitional design. Constructed of a rich cream vellum and antique brass-finished metal, this one-of-a-kind conversation starter works magnificently as a solo piece or as part of a pair.
While most 17th century French gueridons were intricately carved, our limestone Christian Table is much more simplified and updated in form. This highly refined table has a smooth, heavy white limestone top and sturdy iron legs. The marble and simple lines of the iron base make this piece an elegant addition to any space.
With a gorgeous white onyx top and an iron base, the simple lines of the Vincent Occasional Table make it an instant winner. Working alone or paired up to form a coffee table, the angles in this piece are exquisite.
Sticking to our roots in innovation and versatility, we designed the Meghan Console Table. Made with a thin but sturdy oak top and shelf, this highly operative table also features thin iron rods which make up the form of this unique piece. Perfect for a living room or entry way, this conversation piece is sure to impress.
The Vanessa Cabinet features an unlikely mix of antique characteristics and contemporary design. This functional cabinet is complete with a layered grey and white finish and antique black finished iron accents. Each of the three cabinet doors features a square outline divided into four identical triangles. The geometric patterns in the clear glass doors immediately draw your attention to the display of contents within.