Mark McMenamin | May 21, 2012
Playing against type, Leigh and Leslie Keno of Antiques Roadshow fame returned to Theodore Alexander with another slew of updated entries, including the Elevate chest in rosewood veneer and white lacquer, supported by a black lacquer base.
The proliferation of latter-day riffs on legendary Danish Modern chairs, a huge market trend, found a winning constituent in Aaron at American Leather.
The white-lacquered Houston desk by ModLoft suggests the perfect balance of minimalism and flamboyance. The chromed steel legs don't need their shape for support-just for show.
Bina with bling? Designer Thomas Bina expanded his signature line at Four Hands, adding mirrored panels to his trademark reclaimed woods.
Another sharp addition to the Design Classics series from Thayer Coggin, the Fred chaise by Milo Baughman originally hails from 1953.