Editors' Picks: 29 Statement Furnishings

Isom glass tables by Neo/Craft.

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec's Diapositive desks in tempered glass with ash or oak shelves by Glas Italia.

Johanna Grawunder's Crack tables in tempered glass by Glas Italia.

Sebastiano Tosi's Narciso mirror/towel rack in painted and lacquered wood by Officina Nove.

Satellite tables in lacquered wood with tinted-glass by Lumifer.

Louis dining table with lacquered-wood top by Roberta Schilling Collection.

Monocles by Delightfull. The Portuguese manufacturer crafted its Monocles sideboard in solid walnut, with an eye-popping facade: clear-coated, polished brass punctuated with the circular cutouts that inspired the name.

Bakkarat Alto dining table in glass by Nella Vetrina.

Buff-Hey console in glass and mahogany by Taracea.

On the Rock table in tinted glass with walnut base by Ligne Roset.

Nendo's Peg mirror with ash stand by Cappellini.

Orbital nightstand in antiqued mirror with brass sabots by Lorin Marsh.

Alien 3.0 boudoir in lacquered metal with mirrors by Ekaterina Elizarova.

Sebastian Herkner's Bell coffee and side tables in handblown glass with burnished black steel or brass tops by ClassiCon.

Zoo by Asplund. Limited-edition occasional tables in polished copper, brass, or stainless steel have unusual leg configurations that confer a zoomorphic vibe.

Blackwebwood by Maison Philippe Hurel. Hand-sculpted and -polished, this cantilevered end table pairs a faceted top of Oregon pine with a slate base.

OTM by Schiavello. Designed by Jonathan Levien and Nipa Doshi, tables of powder-coated aluminum in height-adjustable and fixed versions secure a laptop at work or home.

Kosy by Huppé. Curvy, sexy bedroom pieces—nightstands and dressers—are made of stained white oak with lacquered and acid-etched glass tops; the coordinating bed's wraparound headboard is partly sheathed in leather.

Container Oval by Moooi. Conical legs in stained or lacquered oak veneer—filled with sand for strength and stability—support an oval tabletop of the same material.

Cose da Bocia children's furniture collection, produced by the company of the same name, includes items that address the gamut of youthful activities—sitting, sleeping, playing, and storing stuff. Stagere, the collection's modular shelves, are pictured.

Nail table in walnut inlaid with aluminum nails by Sandback.

Andy sideboard in brushed ebony and oak by VG.

Elizabeth Garouste's Buster commode in lacquered wood and polished bronze by Ralph Pucci International.

Soho drinks cabinet in ebony veneer with white-brass overlay by Jonathan Charles.

Safari cabinet in MDF with glass top by Artmax Furniture.

Enxoval cabinet in thermomolded solid surfacing inlaid with crystals by Alma de Luce.

Laura Kirar's Tonio chest in walnut veneer by Baker Furniture.

Zaire end table with high-gloss panels and bronze-gold pulls by Corbett Wright.

840 dresser in stained walnut with hand-painted drawer faces by the New Traditionalists.