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This week we're bringing you a chic Pair of Jansen Glass Top Chromed Steel Tables, offered by Pierre Tremblay, located at 135 Greenwood Avenue in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. Each table is 27 inches in diameter and 27 inches in height, a perfect balance and scale.
Maison Jansen ("House of Jansen") was founded in Paris in 1880 by Dutch-born Jean-Henri Jansen, and it became the first truly global interior design firm by the 1890s, with commissions on many continents. The firm had a fantastic run, closing its doors in 1989, and they produced fine furniture, lighting, and accessories with a team of skilled craftspeople. These French-made 1960 tables are beautifully made and would compliment any interior, like the pair of glass top occasional tables used in this stunning living room designed by tastemaker Bunny Williams.
We think our Jansen tables will look beautiful in your home, too!
For a more in-depth discussion about Maison Jansen, see my By George! interview with Design2Share. And visit Bond & Bowery for the item detail page and direct dealer contact information on these cool tables.
Photo credit: Bunny Williams