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Tommy Bahama Home
Rachel Moriarty Interiors
San Diego, CA
The Black Penn Shell with a contrast inlay of Young Penn Shell top and leather-wrapped rattan base makes a dramatic statement in any room. The classic Pan-Asian design makes it a signature piece for this collection.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Leanne Jones Interiors, LLC
Atlantic Beach, FL
We are captivated by the notion that our surroundings powerfully influence our outlook on life, This is evidenced in the visual balance demonstrated by the two floating shelves extending from a strong center column. The space is intentional.
Diamond inspired leather wrapped rattan and cross stretchers create an interesting end table that boasts six sides.
Barclay Stone Interiors
The beveled inset glass top showcases two woven wicker shelves below with beautifully carved legs completing this elegant design.
Michele Broussard Interiors
New Iberia, LA
Alyssa Turner Cairns
The Moroccan inspired apron embellishes the apron of this cocktail table.
The two doors with decoraitve fretwork over woven raffia panels slide from the outside to the center exposing five adjustable shelves. In the center section is a single drawer with woven raffia drawer front, and grommets.
Design features include the open diamond lattice stretcher and double rings on the legs.
The quadrefoil shape is covered in woven raffia on the sides as well as the top. The top features a solid rim.
The four woven rattan drawer fronts provide ideal storage and the butterfly and book-matched veneers with a perimeter frame on the top make a perfect place for display or clear to appreciate the craftsmanship.
Form and function are equal partners in the media room, with the open fretwork sliding doors showcasing decorative accessories on bookcase ends, or featuring the television and storage options including four drawers and seven adjustable shelves.
Contrast is a key component of great design, blending light and dark colors, natural and man made materials, and truly evidenced here. The crushed bamboo top is neatly framed and sits on a metal base, in a deep dark mocha brown textured finish.
One of two media console configurations, the 64-inch console features open compartments at the top, with the ability to house a full-length sound bar. There is an adjustable shelf in the open middle compartment, two adjustable shelves behind each of the outside doors and a storage drawer at the bottom.
The larger of the two media consoles offered in the collection, the 74-inch console features four sliding doors across the front with decorative crushed bamboo panels. There are three open compartments at the top, with recessed partitions allowing a full-length sound bar if desired. There are two adjustable shelves in both of the outside compartments and two drawers and an adjustable shelf in the center section.
The round cocktail table gets it shaping from bent rattan with leather binding, a sign of craftsmanship, highlighted further with the warm umber finish and antique brass finished top caps. The tempered inset glass creates a vision from every angle. A perfect companion is the Turtle Beach End Table.
The square cocktail table gives prominence to the white Cordova stone with its striking brass inlay and inset glass top. The leather wrapped rattan frame includes a finishing touch of metal top caps and ferrules and an antique brass finish. For those who like coordinated settings, the Los Cabos End Table reflects this same design.
With ample storage, the drum accent table features a crushed bamboo top, woven raffia sides and leather wrapped raffia frame. The single door opens left to right with a discreet tab pull hardware. Behind the door is one stationary shelf and a fully finished interior.
Offering function and style, the three-drawer end table features a white Cordova stone top, which is custom cut, hand polished and sealed. Leather wrapped rattan moldings with raffia drawer fronts, end panels and back complete the piece. The saber feet are a unique design element to this occassional table.