When creating a room, there are many factors to consider. Among these, producing a strong focal point is an absolute essential. If, say, there is a good fireplace in a room, then that becomes the focal point, and the room will revolve around that. If, on the other hand, there is not a fireplace, I will set myself toward creating a fabulous focal point from, perhaps, an important table, commode or cupboard, topped by a well chosen piece of sculpture or a collection of porcelain, and then, to further enhance the effect, a wonderful work of art on the wall behind or a magnificent mirror will go a long way toward finalizing a room.While visiting the uber chic Chinese Porcelain Company recently I was quite taken with the most fantastic grouping consisting of a brilliant Louis XIV console table, a large 17th Century 5-piece blue and white garniture, and on the wall, one of Scott McBee’s very handsome ocean liner paintings, the “SS Rafaello” – while these are unquestionably disparate pieces, I’m sure you’ll agree that together they produce a truly grand arrangement, and would create a stunning focal point for any fine interior.
Do pay a visit to The Chinese Porcelain Company and see for yourself!
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