Bold Color, Line & Pattern
Introducing: Traditional with an Edge
October 18, 2013
Simple bold color, line and pattern lead a new direction in home furnishings debuting today at Bernhardt. The new style offers a high level of visual interest. It’s fresh, clean, and traditional – with a bit of an edge.
“There’s a lesson to be learned in these strong graphic forms,” says Ron Fiore, Bernhardt’s creative director.“One piece can define you, one piece can define a room. Or, many pieces can go together for a really sophisticated chic look.”
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348-031 Ankara Cocktail Table. Op art in blue and white. Geometric pattern of hand-cut bone, inlaid in cobalt blue resin. W66 D34 H17 in., suggested retail $2489. Shown with Bernhardt’s in-line Gerston Slipcovered Sofa, Gustav Metal Side Chair, and Quentin Dining Table.
Other Featured Pieces
N1086 Nadine Sofette. Think entryway, foot of the bed, dining banquette – or place two face-to-face in a living area. A slim shape with tight tailoring. Shown in a high-powered purple velvet. Four small buttons punctuate the back. Tapered turned leg. W72 D371/2 H40 in., suggested retail $1625.
326-230C Vance Bachelor’s Chest. Fully wrapped in an aquamarine-colored, crocodile embossed, leather. W363/8 D195/8 H29 in., suggested retail $1988.
348-919 Artemis Console. Bold, clean, and fresh. A large Greek key shape in high-gloss ivory lacquer. W72 D18 H32 in., suggested retail $1875.
348-128S Adair Etagere. Illuminating, a one-of-a-kind statement piece. Silver leaf finish on maple veneers. Five fixed shelves, see-through sides. W36 D14 H84 in., suggested retail $1625. Also available in a black ebonized finish (348-128).
Bernhardt’s Fall introductions will be available to consumers in the Spring.