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Vivid Drawings = Expressive Accent Furniture
Trend: Classic Strong Lines
This Spring's fashion runways provide a glimpse into how many people will be dressing their homes – using innovative classic shapes with sharp lines.
Today, Bernhardt introduces a broad range of finely drawn accent pieces which serve to give a new look of refinement and proportion to the home.
"The essence of design is the line," says Ron Fiore, Bernhardt creative director. "The most important piece in your room is going to be one with a strong outline or silhouette. It announces you as confident, and refreshes the things you already have."
Living Room Scene -
N1310L Austin Chair. A personality piece – and every room needs one. Classic bobbin chair in an espresso wood finish. Shown in creamy aniline leather. Accent pillow in an orange/brown/sand striped woven, exclusive to Bernhardt. W28 D331/2 H311/2 in. Also available in fabric (N1310).
344-112N Fes End Tables. Equal parts sharp and sexy. Fully wrapped in linen. Center cutout in the classic Berber ogee arch shape. All outlines are heightened by tiny nailheads. W20 D20 H24 in.
Other Featured Pieces -
417-012 Daventry Cocktail Table. As any exceptionally skilled draftsman will tell you, a perfect gesture line is the most difficult to master. This table is pared down to its most essential, and beautiful, gesture. Patinated brass base and handles, wood tray top in an espresso finish. W55 D28 H197/8 in.
344-021 Annalise Cocktail Table. "Drawing is putting a line around an idea" - Henri Matisse. Here, it’s a transparent line. Classic scalloped apron, clear acrylic. W513/16 D279/16 H18 in.
344-918 Bexley Console. This will make any interior appear fresh. Classic quatrefoil figures, a modern point of view. Built in plantation mahogany with an ebonized finish. W841/2 D171/2 H36 in.
Bernhardt's Spring 2013 accent furniture introductions will be available to consumers in the Fall.