The baluster coffee table is a feature of early Renaissance architecture, used in the balconies of 15th century palaces in Venice and Verona, evoking Shakespearean romance and theatricality. Michelangelo crowned his famous Palazzo dei Conservatori with a carved stone balustrade, constructed around the entire building’s exterior.
This classical elegance is brought to life in the Timothy Oulton Crystalline Baluster coffee table, a celebration of tradition and history, reinterpreted for today. Handcrafted in icy smooth acrylic for sparkling sensuous glamour.
Crystalline acrylic is thicker and more luxurious than other acrylics, with an exceptional brilliance, sparkling when the light hits it.