Based on a traditional drum shape, this modern piece was crafted by bleaching, staining, lacquering and sanding its oak wood elements - creating a distressed finish that pairs well with an organic-inspired room.
When this stunning piece catches the light, it casts a beautifully prismatic display of color along your floor. Resting on a base formed from intersecting planes, it establishes your living room as an authority of elevated design and avant garde sensibilities.
Since the days of ancient Egypt, craftsmen have been using inlaid bone to decorate furniture surfaces, and for good reason: it embodies a natural sheen that adds instant luxury to any space. Handcrafted using the same centuries-old technique, this room-anchoring piece captures the essence of Moroccan tilework with a reiterative bone inlay design atop a cylindrical brass base.
This natural jute perch adds an airy accent to your living room and makes for an inviting place to set after-dinner cocktails.
To form the blond wood veneer of this rounded piece, craftsmen forage and comb through a nearby forest in search of naturally fallen trees. Resting on a recessed plinth base, this ample perch showcases the beauty of salvaged and repurposed materials with its organic lines and natural grain.
A sleek, spherical silhouette belies a hand-finished, reclaimed peroba surface that's sure to steal the limelight, but not overshadow.
Marble's moonlit cool meets the warmth of the sun, via beaming rays of antiqued brass above a handcrafted Indian rosewood base.
This table's forged brass frame lends warmth to tiered slabs of acacia and marble.
An exquisite piece of jewelry from an ancient queen's collection was the muse for this hammered brass table, featuring a tabletop of mottled lapis lazuli.
Inspired by the aesthetic of a vintage cutting board, this cerused oak centerpiece features brass inlay details and brass banding around its edge.