Eras Console Table by BDI
designed by Noah Packard
At A Glance:
The Eras Console Table with open shelf has an unmistakable retro design, especially apparent in the way the legs rise up to the body. The Eras console is about both form and function, featuring a an open interior shelf and beautifully balanced lines.
What's To Like:
The Eras Console Table's design tickles our design sensibilities. We love the legs that hint at a Danish influence, and it'll work equally well in an entrance hallway, to display artwork, or as a modern, minimalist buffet.
What's Not to Like:
While the Eras Console Table looks great and has wonderful, practical functionality, it's a bit pricey. Though, considering its quality and the price of some of the other tables out there, it's really not too bad.
The Bottom Line:
The Eras Console Table is a sleek, retro modern console, well-suited for any living room or entryway where everything has its place and balance is key.
- Overall: 30.25" h x 50" w x 14" d
- Interior shelf clearance: 6"
- Weight: 57 lbs
- Finished with rich chocolate-stained Walnut veneer
- Open interior shelf makes storage and display easy
- The collection also includes an elegant end table, an end table with drawer, and a coffee table
- The Eras End Table coordinates beautifully with the Eras home theater collection
The BDI Eras Console Table is also known by the following manufacturer Item Number: 1448.
Materials & MeasurementsMaterials:
Natural wood veneer with satin stainless steel base. Cabinet fronts contain IR friendly tempered glass.
Overall: 30.25" h x 50" w x 14" l
About the ManufacturerBecker Designed Inc. was founded in 1984 by Bill Becker with the goal of making top-notch modern furniture design accessible to the public. Today, BDI is best know for its home entertainment systems, but it has also applied its vision and craftsmanship in its lines of tables, shelving, and mirrors. BDI is located in Chantilly, Virginia.
Noah's designs have a modern aesthetic while providing a familiar, mid-century appeal. Growing up in a family-built geodesic dome, his craftsman/homebuilder father and his fine artist mother nurtured Noah's appreciation of great design at an early age. He attended Kendall College of Art and Design and is the recipient of the Studio Excellence Award in Furniture Design. After college, Noah worked with one of the last remaining mid-century masters, Vladimir Kagan, where he defined his own style - blending traditional training with modern details to create designs that are instant classics.