Accent seat pieces with celebrity – Pittsburgh Post
September 12, 2016 - accent chair
HIGH POINT, N.C. — Finding accent and occasional pieces that pass a celebrity exam is a matter of ambience and time. For some a wall unresolved of jail shanks brings only a right volume of tragedy to a shy space. Others cite a some-more required core gymnasium list with only a hold of character.
Whether we are looking for debonair, daring, pleasant or demure, there is a square of seat to fit a narrative. Here is a sampling from both ends of a spectrum and all in between. Introduced in a open during a High Point Furniture Market, all are accessible by interior designers and sell stores now.
The many surprising square is a collection of shanks collected by guards during an Alabama correctional facility.
Take a demeanour during some fun finds during a High Point Furniture Market speckled by a PG’s Patricia Sheridan. (Video and photography by Patricia Sheridan)???
“They infrequently arrangement them in a ensure room so new hires will know what to demeanour out for,” pronounced Darrell Dean of Darrell Dean Antiques.
Some of a homemade knives seemed to have blood stains on their cloth-wrapped handles. It’s not a demeanour for everyone, generally given a cost tag: $15,000.
Less dangerous though still irritable is a low-profile modernist Cristobal lounge from a Dupuis Design Collective. It’s assembled of plain mahogany and walnut with leather upholstery by Mexican artisans.
Staying complicated in an art deco approach is a Sacha chaise with undulating velvet channels from Shine by S.H.O. To see another Sacha, a pivot chair by Bernhardt Interiors, check out a video during post-gazette.com.
Maitland Smith’s Black and White Table is a small tamer. Inspired by Native American pottery, this core gymnasium list is done from honed white agate with a black waxstone inlay.
Dunes and Duchess embraced a vacation vibe with a Lakehouse chair, that comes in navy, white and other colors. Designer Michael Berman’s Washi console for Theodore Alexander is equally restful, with a balmy zen peculiarity desirous by Japanese calligraphy.
The Barry Goralnick Blended Modern Capsule Collection for Vanguard Furniture facilities Norma martini and cocktail tables that spirit of 1950s Palm Springs and Hollywood. All of a pieces are named for film stars or have film references. Oly’s reservoir side list has a identical look.
The Williamsburg dresser from a Epicenters Collection done by A.R.T. Furniture suggests a character of Williamsburg, N.Y., rather than Colonial Virginia. The line, that aims to demonstrate a hint of a sold community, is looking during Pittsburgh for destiny inspiration.
Antiquarian Shop: 506 Beaver St., Sewickley 412-741-1969
Artifacts: 110 S. Main St., West End 412-921-6544
Bradley Michaels Furniture: 22 Old Clairton Road, Pleasant Hills 412-655-2999
Levin Furniture: (multiple locations) levinfurniture.com
Penhollows: 244A S. Highland Ave., Shadyside 412-665-0767
Perlora: 2220 E.Carson St., South Side 412-431-2220
Today’s Home: 1840 Greentree Road, Mt. Lebanon 412-343-0505
Weisshouse: 324 S Highland Ave., Shadyside 412- 441-8888
A.R.T. Furniture: www.arthomefurnishings.com/collections/epicenters
Club Cu: clubcu.com
Darrell Dean Antiques: darrelldeanantiques.com/
Dunes and Duchess: dunesandduchess.com
Dupuis Design Collective: dupuis.com.mx/design-collective/
Hooker Furniture: hookerfurniture.com
Maitland Smith: maitland-Smith.com
Shine by S.H.O.: shinebysho.com
Vanguard Furniture: vanguardfurniture.com
Theodore Alexander: theodorealexander.com
Patricia Sheridan: email@example.com, 412-263-2613, Twitter: @pasheridan, Instagram: pasheridanpgh.