Sculptural Elements

An Artistic Blend of Form and Function


Form and function combine with creative vision and three dimensional techniques, from striking abstracts and sculptural details to stunning geometric interpretations. Materials are carved, shaped, and cast into pieces that feel like works of art. 

“Bernhardt is continuously inspired by art and craft,” says Heather Eidenmiller, director of brand development. “The skill and creativity of Bernhardt craftsmen is definitely on display. Rows of octagonal molding add 3D drama to credenza doors, abstract metal planes fit together to form a table base and a chair appears to be shaped from molten metal. It’s the perfect juxtaposition of form and function.”

Featured Pieces

Vignette 1 ~

Alhambra Credenza 396-845 
Geometric Genius — Rows of three-dimensional octagon, square and triangle moldings form a dramatic pattern across four credenza doors. 
W 77 x D 20 x H 35 in.

Vignette 2 ~

Vaughn Metal Arm Chair 396-548 
Molten Metal — Light reflects from every elemental curve of this captivating chair formed in polished stainless steel with the look of liquid silver.
W 24-7/16 x D 22-5/8 x H 33-7/16 in.

Silos ~ 

Draycott Credenza 396-860
Sleek panels of blackened pine frame inset door panels made with sculpted waves of cast resin. 
W 74 x D 21-1/8 x H 35 in.

Gainsford Cocktail Table 396-014
Cast aluminum supports form an open base with an architectural structure, adding weight and shine to this expansive cocktail table.
W 61 x D 61 x H 16-3/4 in.

Tambrey Cocktail Table 382-016G/016 
Abstract planes of metal fit together to form a conceptual table base that appears to float beneath a glass top. 
W 48 x D 32 x H 18-5/8 in.

Eliot Swivel Chair N6813S 
Organic texture lends softness and depth to cool cast metal shaped into a curved barrel silhouette.
W 29-1/2 x D 29-1/2 x H 30 in.

Yarden Round Cocktail Table 516-015 
Simple forms, clean lines and a modern sculptural aesthetic combine with pristine white. 
W 46 x D 46 x H 17-1/2 in. 


Styles introduced today will be available to consumers Fall 2019.