Grids + Tiles

It's Hip to Be Square

Angular definitions inspired by the clean-lined patterns found on tiles and grids are making a striking narrative at Bernhardt today. Open-work grids, raised squares, and hexagonal tile define an edgy pattern play that makes its mark.

“Each of these pieces has a crisp and geometric line,” says Heather Eidenmiller, director of brand development. “Tile patterns and industrial grids offer their influence on what we think is an accessible contemporary style.”

Featured Pieces

Vignette 1 ~

Santa Barbara Credenza 385-880
Hex Marks the Spot — Hexagonal patterns in cast stone in a Textured Cameo finish create a pattern reminiscent of iconic Moroccan tiles.
W 80-9/16 x D 20 x H 29-5/8 in.

Kingston Wing Chair N1712
Currently available in Bernhardt Interiors.

Kai Ottoman N1231
Shaggy Chic — A heavily textured knit encases a comfortable cube for a perfectly exotic ottoman.
W 18 x D 18 x H 18 in.

Silos ~ 

Santa Barbara Cocktail Ottoman 385-011
Nailed It — Nailhead patterns form an open x-grid around a performance fabric-wrapped frame. The center wooden tray is ready to hold drinks, books, or whatever strikes your fancy.
W 44 x D 44 x H 18-5/8 in.

D’Angelo Swivel Chair 5002SL
Stitch in Time — This sleek swivel is inspired by midcentury designs with a modern view. A grid of stitching marks a sophisticated territory in supple leather.
W 37 x D 34-1/2 x H 34in.

Corbin Swivel Chair 5312SL
Hip in Hexagon — This design doesn’t circle around the subject, but offers a deeply comfortable seat detailed with hexagonal stitching across the back.
W 31-1/4 x D 31-1/4 x H 28-1/2in.


Styles introduced today will be available to consumers Fall 2018.