Hi-Impact Pattern

It's Not Just for Textiles Anymore

There’s more than one way to bring the interest and character of pattern into home furnishings. Today, Bernhardt introduces pattern—inlays, laser-cuts, frame motifs—in casegoods and occasional furniture, along with patterned upholstery items.

“Pattern creates energy in a purposeful object that can also be read as something decorative,” says Heather Eidenmiller. “As these pieces are intriguing, but not overtly trendy, we think people will find them to be powerful, fresh, and timeless.”

Featured Pieces:
Vignette ~

Criteria Round Cocktail Table 363-015W.
Elegant pattern. Translucent, low-sheen, Pale Ivory finish on quartered ash. Mirror-polished stainless steel inlines. The astroid inline pattern is repeated in the lower shelf shape. Solid brass nickel-plated ferrule.
Dia. 44 x H 18 in.

Silos ~

Fowler Etagere 362-128.
A signature art piece. Hammered, blackened iron, handfitted. Five tempered glass shelves.
W 38 x D 16 x H 84 in.

Criteria Metal Bar Cart 363-401.
Expresses a lot of creativity. Classic fretwork pattern, modern material. Nickel plated steel with a Radiant Nickel finish. Inset mirrored top and shelf. Casters. 
W 36-5/8 x D 19-1/8 x H 35 in.

Mayford Rectangular Cocktail Table 541-022.
One small piece makes a big impact. Flat cut walnut with a Raven finish. Inset glass top over the geometric wood fretwork.
W 54-1/4 x D 28 x H 20 in.

 

Styles introduced today will be available to consumers Fall 2015.