Furniture Friday

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

flower power — from the odegard collection

I def­i­nitely have a thing for side tables with char­ac­ter, and these are great exam­ples. From Viya Home, the Stephanie Ode­gard Col­lec­tion includes sev­eral organ­i­cally inspired tables, but these three wield the strongest flower power!

My per­sonal favorite, the sculp­tural beauty of this piece is undeniable.

 

viyahome odegard

via viya home

Its more demure cousin, less a bloom than an bud.

 

viyahome odegard
via viya home

A lit­tle edgier with a chrysanthemum's extravagance:

 

viyahome odegard

via viya home

Which do you find most inspirational?

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Friday, September 2, 2011

furniture friday — from chelsea textiles

Despite 'tex­tiles' in the name, Chelsea Tex­tiles also has a lovely fur­ni­ture line of rang­ing from Gus­ta­vian to mid-mod to lac­quer. This one piece melds all those styles. The color is Gus­ta­vian, the styling is mid-mod and the legs are lac­quer! Add it's curvy gor­geous­ness and the fact that, to me, it looks nearly a crib for cod­dling grown-up girls — I'm feel­ing the love!

Chaise longue with curved back in lacquer - via chelsea textiles

Chaise longue with curved back in lac­quer — via chelsea textiles

Chaise longue with curved back in lacquer - via chelsea textiles

Chaise longue with curved back in lac­quer — via chelsea textiles

Chaise longue with curved back in lacquer - via chelsea textiles

Chaise longue with curved back in lac­quer — via chelsea textiles

What do you think? Check out the full line here and let me know if you have a favorite piece.

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Friday, June 24, 2011

furniture friday: the antidote to the boring side table

Some­times I think if I see another bor­ing square wooden side table, I will run scream­ing in the streets! There are so many cre­ative options avail­able to host a book and a bev­er­age, why set­tle for the mun­dane? Here's a roundup of some lively options it would be hard to tire of.

This is sim­ply exquis­ite, from Rose Tar­low Mel­rose House:

viola table from rose tarlow melrose house

viola table from rose tar­low mel­rose house

An excit­ing twist of style from Sher­rill:

accent table from sherrill

metal and stone accent table from sherrill

A funky lit­tle pen­ta­gon from Baker:

dorada side table baker pentagon

dorada side table from baker

A per­sonal favorite from Global Views:

ostrich table global views

ostrich table from global views

Tech­ni­cally this one is almost square, and par­tially wood, but at least a light-year from bor­ing! From Edward Fer­rell + Lewis Mittman

kanoy chairside table from Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman

kanoy chair­side table from Edward Fer­rell + Lewis Mittman

The Syrah table can­not hold a book, but keeps your wine in style! From

syrah wine table by Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman

syrah wine table by Edward Fer­rell + Lewis Mittman

A lit­tle glam and a lit­tle nat­ural, from Arte­ri­ors Home:

stump table from arteriors

stump table from arteriors

For a regal romp into fun, the king of beasts lends his feet, from Baker:

le lion stand from baker

le lion stand from baker

Incred­i­bly detailed bone inlay makes this a stand­out, from Sher­rill:

bone inlay box on stand by sherrill

bone inlay box on stand by sherrill

And finally, a sym­phony by Bill Sofield for Baker:

ella table baker by bill sofield

ella table from baker, by bill sofield

What do you think? Ready to skip the plain side table in favor of some­thing a lit­tle jazzier?

 

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Friday, April 15, 2011

furniture friday…from munkii

I can't even describe how much this book­case delights me! From Munkii, it's tra­di­tional and mod­ern all wrapped into one smile-inducing piece of func­tional fur­ni­ture. The egg­plant inte­rior with the white lac­quered exte­rior could not be eas­ier to mix into an exist­ing room in need of a state­ment piece. LOVE!

munkii bookcase

munkii book­case

munkii bookcase detail

munkii book­case detail

Need to buy one? Shop Bobby Berk for some ter­rific mod­ern pieces.

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