After that last post, the universe rights itself again over at West Elm. The design of this dresser is something I’ve been dying to do for nearly a decade but haven’t found a client who would go for all of the different wood tones. How I love a bit o’ quirk in my furniture!
The upholstery on this chair says, “Sad Sack,” but just look at the gams on this baby! Get this piece with special order fabric and it’s a total home run.
This hexagonal marble side table is brilliantly flexible. They’re like visual Lay’s potato chips–after seeing this shot, you can’t have just one. Bunch three as a coffee table and pull one off to the side when needed.
These batik-upholstered, mid-century-inspired benches are pretty hot. Due to the hand-crafted textiles, each bench is one-of-a-kind.
Disclosure: Robin Callan is a paid blogger for West Elm’s parent company, Williams-Sonoma. Read her posts on their Designer Marketplace blog!
I saw that chest last night in a magazine ad and nearly fell on my face. It reminds me of a not QUITE as cool (but much cheaper) version of the Decades Dresser (http://www.wisdesign.se/furniture/decades.aspx) I was swooning over 5 years ago.)
MUST DO THIS WITH FURNITURE SOMEDAY.