This month, our designers chose pieces that could be considered both an accent to a space, as well as a focal point. Furniture and art alike, they chose contrasting pieces that remind them of the coming of summer.
ANGUILLA DINING TABLE by E.J. Victor
Stylish square dining tables are difficult to find, so a huge "Thank you" to E.J. Victor for creating a beautiful, much needed item. Mimicking the slant of the wood base, the overlapping straps of brass on the top provides an unexpected design detail. Although it is shown here in yukas wood and brass inlay, this table looks just as stunning in their topaz and brass finish as well.
LINDA SCHOENER, Principal Designer
GUCCI TROPICAL SOUP CAN ART by Oliver Gal
What happens when you combine iconic pop art with a luxury fashion company? A beautiful statement piece. This fashion forward take on the infamous soup can is sure to catch anyone's attention. It is a whimsical, yet luxurious addition to any space it calls home. Custom glitter embellishments as well as shadow box and torn edge details are available at exclusive dealers (like our showroom).
BRENT LITTLEFIELD, Interior Designer
BRAGA CONSOLE TABLE by Taracea
Console tables are often the most difficult of pieces to add to a room. They must be functional and add interest, like this unique piece. The geometric shape of metal is held up as if it is an artifact on display, with a mirror base to allow viewing of all its angles. Whether near a sofa for the functionality or in an entry to welcome guests, this table is sure to add interest in any space.
DANA PAYNE, Interior Designer
SAFRAN VASE by Daum
Depicting one of the most valued flowers in the world, this vase shows another side of Saffron that we do not see when using the spice in our kitchens. The elegance of its silhouette emerges from the spice-colored glass, creating a 360 degree waterfall of beautiful blooms.
ROBYN BRIDGMAN, Interior Designer
What type of items would you like to see us feature more in our designer picks?