Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Mixing it Up

David Iatesta's Danish Cabinet adds a dash of old-world Euro-style with its restoration glass and gray finish. Lorts' slate-finish alder chair achieves a weathered look that belies its subtle, metallic undertones. It sits atop Bausman's Iron Console Table, which combines a rust-finish base with a natural oak barrel top. Pearson hand-planes its mahogany side table with bamboo-style legs to create a worn look in distressed gesso. PierceMartin's Oyster Cluster Lamp was inspired by a cluster on discarded rebar. Designer Stephen Woods adds a limestone base and burlap shade but stays true to nature's intent.
Allan Knight expands on his acrylic oeuvre with the Gonzalo Cocktail Table. Its acrylic base is topped with cerused oak. Above it is BoBo Intriguing Objects' Bluestone Side Table. Made of Belgian stone, it is paired with a waxed, rust-iron base. Boyd Lighting's Kyoto encloses white glass in an architecturally styled, solid brass casing. A maestro of minimalism, Dakota Jackson updates the stacking chair with his Vik-ter II Series, composed of solid maple with matte black finish steel legs. McGuire updates the classic rattan table with its 54" Heritage Pedestal table—a mix of glass, polished nickel and leather.


The Spectrum Limited Collectio offers its own acrylic jewels. Its Grill Bench conjures the nostalgia of outdoor cookouts. Its adjacent Portofino Dining Table has a sculpted acrylic base with a 54" glass top. On the table sits Lewis Mittman's Cairoli Lucite Table topped with glass. Behind it, the Cameron Collection's Hilton Pedestal has an Asian sensibility. Above, Metropolitan Lighting molds a shapely crystal lamp for its Walt Disney Collection.


1 comment:

  1. I adore the warmth and character of the pieces in the first photo...

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