Tag Archives: consoles

A stellar console that stands its ground

Inspired by the jagged edges that capture and reflect light in uncut precious stones, Brit designer Jake Phipps has designed this remarkable, drop-dead gorgeous, and marvelous Stellar Console. Limited to an edition of 25, this polished stainless-steel art piece has … Continue reading

Palo Samko: the devil is in the details

Schooled in Slovakia and now Brooklyn-based, inventive designer Palo Samko is one furniture maker to keep an eye on.  While his chairs and tables are all the rage in some circles, my preference is for his walnut round mirror with … Continue reading

Wüd Furniture: too cool for its own sake!

I was recently at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show in NYC where I stumbled upon the furniture of Wüd Furniture Design.  Based in Brooklyn, Wüd is definitely making some of the most unusually modern, industrially luxurious and sophisticated furniture … Continue reading

California design for NYC living

Recently I’ve been obsessing over cabinets for one of my clients. And while I don’t know if she’ll love this one, I can tell you I adore this design by Ted Boerner, a design studio in San Francisco. It’s totally … Continue reading

Project Pickboard | richard rabel: using dering hall in a master bedroom – (3/5)

lamps: Tim Clarke Today is day 3 in the selection of furniture and accessories for the master bedroom of a couple in their 60s who want a sophisticated, comfortable and stylish new bedroom. As a reminder, ALL items selected this … Continue reading

Project Pickboard | richard rabel: using dering hall in a master bedroom – (1/5)

bedside tables: Tamara Codor I was asked by a couple in their 60s with a lovely, lovely home outside Manhattan to “smarten-up” the decor of their stodgy – their word – master bedroom. As a first step, I’ll be selecting … Continue reading

Mid-century inspiration of 21st century design

Isn’t this a beautiful piece of furniture?  I recently was shopping for a mid-century console and found myself rightfully distracted by this lovely piece produced in the studio of American cabinetmaker Matt Soorikian of Atlanta, Georgia.  You HAVE to see it … Continue reading