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21st Century Modern
Simple Form + Sumptuous Surfaces = Serious Glam
Today, Bernhardt introduces 100+ pieces of 21st century modern furniture with simplified classic forms rendered luxurious by new multidimensional surfaces. Each item is designed to be a showpiece.
New surfaces include crushed mother of pearl, true silver leaf, accents of mirror-polished metal, embossed reptile leather, and wood finishes in layered, translucent pearly whites and dove gray—all devised to bring life and emotion to interiors and provide visual accents to most any color palette choice.
“The furniture we bring into our homes can be a form of self- expression,” says Heather Eidenmiller, director of brand development. “These inventive surfaces play with visual perception. We think they will help people to express themselves with a new kind of power, drama, and simplicity.”
Criteria Entertainment Console 363-860G. Simple with an unexpected dazzle. Soft touch, low-sheen, pale Heather Gray finish on quartered ash. Mirror-polished stainless steel inlines and outlines. Solid brass nickel-plated pulls. Saber leg. W68-1/4 D20 H34 in.
Ritchie Chair B7112. Modern sensibility. A classic French salon chair with rounded barrel back, carved wood arm, saber leg. Shown in a modern sculpted velvet blend. W28-1/2 D35 H32-1/2 in.
Sterling Accent Table 362-108. A true art piece. Pure silver leaf finish, with protective topcoat. Dia24 H27in.
Criteria Arm Chair 363-556G. Lively shape feels retro and modern at the same time. Translucent, layered, pale Heather Gray finish. The astroid shape (neoclassic star-circle) backsplat, and arm, are curved for extra seating comfort. Shown in a multi-tone grey woven. W24 D26-3/8 H39-1/2 in. Available in other fabrics and COM.
Pearl Console Table 362-907. Miami Art Deco influence. Crushed mother of pearl finish, with protective topcoat. Streamlined shape with stepped columns. W64 D18 H30in. Styles introduced today will be available to consumers Fall 2015.