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Just a couple months back on the DKOR blog we shared with you a custom furniture design by Rotsen Furniture and are excited to share design collaboration. Catch up on that previous post, “Statement furniture piece design”, HERE.
We teamed up once again with the talented handmade furniture company located here in Miami on this interior design project for the expert creation of perfectly styled custom furniture pieces. The Rotsen design team is always able to bring our DKOR design concepts to life. We are proud to share their custom artisan pieces in this first post of this blog series.
Custom designed pieces are always the most stunning addition whenever we are looking for that extra special touch to complete our residential interior design projects. For our “Waterfront Penthouse”, the interior design project in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Rotsen and DKOR collaborated on the beautiful custom designed. The custom dining table was the distinctive design element that our interior designers planned for in the dining area of the home. The design concept of that custom dining table inspired our design team during throughout the development of this project and all the spaces that flowed off the dining area on the open floor plan.
The family wanted our design team create an open well defined kitchen and dining space for them to enjoy together. DKOR interiors installed a custom ceiling design that clearly defines the dining space from the kitchen but allows the room to stay visually connected.
With the interior architecture details defined, the design team selected key furniture pieces that kept with the “old world elements as new” design concept. The custom dining table serves as a striking focal point in the room that Rotsen’s furniture design team crafted from just a simple DKOR sketch.
The base of this beautiful custom dining table blends a wood veneer interior surrounded by a high-gloss white lacquer shell. The mixing of these two finishes represented the design concept of “old world elements as new”. The 12′ long glass table top has a polished edge that sits atop the mixed finished wood base. The custom dining tables sophisticated and clean lines add to the design concept with the contrasting materials.
Our DKOR design teams enjoy the creation process with artisans at Rotsen Furniture. We always learn new things and are amazed with the endless design possibilities. We also have learned to anticipate surprises when designing custom furniture pieces. The Elevator on site of this project was unable to hold the weight of this table, and with the help of Harrison Crane Service and Kushner Moving Group we delivered the table into the unit through the balcony!
Want to know all about it? Read up all the details of this adventure HERE.