Saturday, February 4, 2012


This is what I call a great entrance.
Small tables were a big focus for the new
introductions from AIDAN GRAY HOME.
The Astre and Marlene side table
both have a gold leaf finish and antiqued
mirror tops.  Both are small, so will
fit in many locals and also will add
a touch of sophistication to the room.

Percussive side table is a tribute
to percussive instruments and can
easily be relocated whenever you need a little
extra space.

 The Cross Hatch is both industrial and delicate.

Eight hand carved wood scrolls are the
focal point to the Colette table.  Natural wood
peeks through its chipped cathedral white finish.
This is a real beauty.
The AMERICA collection is a group
of tables with concrete tops that are
made and assembled by AMERICAN artisans.
These table can be ordered with either
a dark or light top.

They have been inspired by French bistro tables
but given a modern twist.

The Blake table comes tall and short
and can be nested together or used separately.
They also can come with a reclaimed
barn wood tops.  Some tops may include
cracks, chipped paint, worm holes and other
"perfections" that are inherent in old wood.

The Isaac table has a complex heavy
gauge wire base that is allowed to
rust outdoors before it is entirely sealed.
Combined with the reclaimed barn wood
top gives it a rustic look.
Through out the showroom is a collection
of art work by Texas artist, Carol Benson Cobb.
This is a new and exciting category for
Aidan Gray.  Her work adds color, that
does not distract but only enhances.
The pieces have a very calming effect.

Here are a couple of my favorite style shots

One of the high lights from this show season
was the 23rd Arts Awards of Achievement given
at the Dallas Show.  Randal Weeks the owner
and designer of AIDAN GRAY HOME
Very proud moment for all of us
associated with this company.

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