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Michele Broussard Interiors
New Iberia, LA
Modern Lotus Interiors
Yorba Linda, CA
Reece Redesign Studio
Mixed materials and the simplest of shapes offer a dramatic centerpiece for any space with the Crosby Round Coffee Table. Reclaimed peroba wood is supported by a textural faux-shagreen base in soft gray.
Gather Home and Design
Stone Mountain, GA
Cheryl Draa Interior Designs
Cheryl Draa Interior Designs
The Bryan Coffee Table is seductively simple. The perfect geometry of its substantial acacia underpinnings are repeated to artful effect in the peroba top.
Frances Lauren Interiors
New York, NY
Dorothy Durbin Interiors
Peroba off-cuts are layered into beautiful drawer fronts and framed in walnut casing with the Emily Dresser, accented by sleek horizontal drawer pulls and supported by a rounded rubbed-down black iron base.
Catherine French Design, LLC
Chapel Hill, NC
Anne Tuckley Home
In the minimal modern design of the Graham Dining Table, thin slabs of American walnut, peroba and cruzeta wood are layered into brickwork mosaic panels that seem to float within airy iron supports.
J. Marie Interiors, LLC
Zen can anchor an entire room. The handcrafted Ryan Coffee Table resembles a halved coconut in its utter simplicity. Natural imperfections in the wood make each table one-of-a-kind. This hemisphere is constructed of solid reclaimed black walnut.
Peg Kusner Design
Scottsdale , AZ
Ruthie Staalsen Interiors
Mixed materials and the simplest of shapes offer a dramatic accent for any space with the Crosby Round Coffee Table. Reclaimed peroba wood is supported by a textural faux-shagreen base in soft gray.
Farha Syed Design, LLC
Jennifer Lynn Interiors
Rachel Moriarty Interiors
San Diego, CA
Modern lines mix with rustic materials in this simplified Dom Sideboard. Distressed oak is washed and softened to a driftwood gray, accented by leather-wrapped iron hardware. Each double-door cabinet holds two shelves.
Albie Knows Online Interior Design & Styling
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
An infinitely simple platform graced with a headboard that's more like a work of art, the Devon Bed features contrasting strips of reclaimed peroba and acacia woods layered into a brickwork mosaic. Sized in Queen and King.
Dixie Willard Design
Jessica Rose Studio
San Diego, CA
Thick tempered glass shelves and doors allow light to cascade through the urban-sophisticate Geoff Bookcase. Acacia and reclaimed cruzeta woods add unique and timeless character.
Statement pieces inc
A daring mix of distressed woods with cunningly angled, antiqued mirror make media storage a style statement with the Morgan Console. The double doors open to reveal a shelf in each compartment. This modern case stands on two canted planks with a soft taper.
Kristy Mastrandonas, RID, ASID, IDS
Kristy Mastrandonas Interior Design & Styling
Flower Mound , TX
Doubled-angled supports celebrate negative space beneath a rustic top in the Max Dining Table's modern design. Randomly sized walnut, peroba and cruzeta woods create unique depth and movement.
Tiera Interiors, LLC
Light and functional feels just right. Handcrafted from sustainably harvested and reclaimed woods, the Wright Desk juxtaposes warm patinas with rough and refined woods. Spare iron tubing supports the slim desktop.
Pattern perfect. The eyecatching Gonzo Console floats over three distressed iron Y-shaped legs. Peroba offcuts are layered into brickwork mosaic panels and framed in walnut casing.
Palm Coast, FL
A bed with broad horizons, the Zen-like steel-plated planks of the Sean Bed offer restful repetition as they slot into a simple solid-peroba wood headboard and footboard. Sized in Queen and King.
Chanda Seymour Design
San Francisco, CA
Light and functional feels just right in the Keaton Writing Desk. Spare iron tubing supports a slim desktop in two-toned wood. Peroba drawer fronts add texture and interest to the desk top in smoked brown oak.
Modern glamour in mixed materials, on display in the Cassidy Sideboard. Antiqued bronze frames four peroba doors, opening to reveal double cabinets with an adjustable shelf in each compartment.
Laura Sutthoff Design
Like a good dinner party, each Bina Side Chair is one-of-a-kind. A shapely pieced-walnut frame complements stonewashed canvas, reclaimed from 50-year-old American military tents and possibly flaunting small patches on the back or seat cushions.
Sleek lines on the Milo End Table sing with the added character of guanacaste and peroba woods. Distressed tones and varied textures play well with industrial iron pulls and a squared iron base holding up the two drawers.