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Black & White - Stripes, Blocks, Patterns
The non-colors of Spring 2013
A leading trend on 2013 fashion runways, and a new attention-getter in home furnishings – crisp black and white combinations. The striking binary approach appears in stripes, blocks, organic patterns, and mod 60s optics.
"The energizing power of black and white is not confined to apparel," says Ron Fiore, Bernhardt creative director, "Black and white combinations are easy to live with, grounding, and mix with any palette you’ve established."
Living Room Scene -
N7297 Gerston Slipcovered Sofa. Modern tuxuedo sofa covered in a woven black and white houndstooth. Accent pillows in heathered grey and violet. W97 D441/2 H31 in.
344-024 Bexley Cocktail Table. Ebony finished mahogany forms and outlines. Contrasting ivory painted maple panels. W58 zD42 H19 in. Also shown, 344-124 Bexley End Table.
Other Featured Pieces -
344-272/273 Barnsley Dining Table. Hand-cut and laid tiles of white bone, and black poured resin, compose the top. Solid oak pedestal in an ebony finish. W60 D60 H30 in.
344-125 Zebra Cube Table. Mod cube – striking as a solo, even more so in multiples. White bone inlay with black poured resin. The op-art pattern flows from surface to surface. W181/8 D181/8 H181/8 in.
Bernhardt’s black and white Spring introductions will be available to consumers in the Fall.