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May 21, 2012
Looking like peas in a mod pod, three pops of grain peek through the white-lacquered surface of the More bench from Roberta Schilling Collection.
Constructed of chestnut, the Divona sideboard by Maria Yee is accompanied by a coordinating table and media cabinet. A softer standout: the manufacturer's first-ever upholstery collection, styled by John Genova, Jr., formerly of John Charles Designs.
Layers of reforested Brazilian pine, bound together with black glue, make a graphic statement for Platinum Décor in the Laos dining table.
Exuding a soulfully updated disposition, the Estelle chair by Copeland Furniture is made in Vermont of FSC-certified solid black American walnut. But don't stop there...
Estelle also looks terrific with Copeland Furniture's new Audrey dining table, also in FSC-certified solid black American walnut, its trestle legs forming a striking double-X pattern.
ReginaAndrew finds the going rough with Industry, a desk with pull-out laptop drawer composed of shorea robusta, an exotic wood native to the Indian subcontinent, and repurposed steel legs.
A sophisticated gray wash colors the rift-sawn oak of the Sheridan Road armoire by John Strauss for JS@Home.