The Wayne bar stool offers pared-down, stream-lined design that will energize any seating scenario. Its brushed stainless-steel base incorporates a slightly curved 3-strut footrest, joining all 4 legs at their ankles.
Kelli and Christopher head to the swanky Old Las Palmas neighborhood to tour a home that pushes the boundaries of midcentury design with its over-the-top style ... a look that makes perfect sense when Christopher reveals that the home was once owned by famously flamboyant pianist Liberace. Watch as the duo relates the home's vintage flair to decorating ideas and contemporary pieces suited for today.
Add stylish dimension to your cherished space with the rich, textural charm of the Chess Sideboard by Noir. Ridged accents arranged in alternating directions create an eye-catching geometric design. The Pale Finish offers an elegant pared down appeal. This handsome sideboard features two drawers and two storage compartments. All Noir products are created with a focus on fine craftsmanship and environmental sustainability. The lumber used in the making of Noir furniture is distressed lumber. Due to the nature of handcrafted products, dimensions, details and /or colors represented may vary.
The four door, old elm Lasko Sideboard uses recycled elm wood squares on its doors to create an incredibly fun and eclectic design. The iron legs ground the design, and the internal shelves provide practical storage space. Four door old elm sideboard Recycled elm wood squares on doors Iron legs One center shelf per section
Palm Springs is known as a hotbed of midcentury design -- and many of its most iconic homes are still intact -- sixties glamour and all. In Mid-Mod, step back in time with midcentury design guru Christopher Kennedy and master of modern style Kelli Ellis as the duo tours some of the area’s most jaw-dropping spaces. While Christopher points out the era’s signature styles, Kelli’s sharing just how much these bygone looks continue to influence today’s homes. Can the pair prove that everything old... More