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.
Working off Euro-modern influences, Studio 7H lets you pick pieces you love and watch things come together. Beautiful symmetry prevails in this Annika Dresser. Conceived as a single unit, its inspired by the notion of two side-by-side chests in a simple cerused finish over acacia construction. Eight drawers of ample storage for all things, clothing or otherwise. The top-left drawer holds a removable felt liner, while the top-right drawer features a removable felt jewelry tray. Cedar lines the bottom drawers.
Working off Euro-modern influences, Studio 7H lets you pick pieces you love and watch things come together. Despite its aesthetic simplicity, the Oskar Bureau holds a wealth of storage in its modest form. Of the 10 drawers, the top-left drawer has a drop-front with matching weathered finish. Another holds a removable felt liner, and yet another has a removable jewelry tray. Cedar lines the bottom drawers.
The weathered gray drawer panels and black metal base contrast with the clean parchment finish of the Spencer Dresser. Three wide drawers open with simple metal pulls. Felt lines the top drawer, which also holds a jewelry tray.
Kubu rattan weaves over the hardwood frame of the Madison Armchair. While the rattan is comfortably sturdy all by itself, the chair comes with an off-white upholstered loose seat cushion for extra relief.
Rustic and refined, the Portebello Dining Chair straddles traditional and contemporary styles. The solid-oak frame and rattan seat covering evoke artisanal craftsmanship, and the X-brace steel back drives home the mixed-materials look.