Pattern: Intersecting

Graphic Links, Inlays, and Appliques Add Dimension

Every manner of intersecting line and pattern are appearing today in Bernhardt’s Fall 2014 collections. On silhouettes ranging from utterly simple to eyepopping handworks, intersecting geometric patterns—often interpreted in a light-reflecting material—are what dress them up.
 
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Vignette ~
Faye Mirror 353-330.
Strikingly graphic. Light-reflecting kabebe shell tiles laid in an overscale geometric pattern. Round metal frame.
Dia. 36 x D 1 in.
 
Jewell Drawer Chest 353-116.
Beyond pretty, flirty. Lacy mother-of pearl inlays on drawers and sides. High leg cabinet of acacia veneers with a weathered grey finish.
W 40 x D 18 x H 32-1/2 in.
 
Silos ~
Fontana Dining Table 353-773-998-054P.
Cage of golden chains. Intersecting oval links in solid and tubular steel with a gold finish. 
Dia. 54 x H 30 in.
 
Skylar Chair N2403.
Ode to the Greek key. Outline cast iron frame in an aged gold finish, integrated Greek key arm. Plush upholstery shown in a white plain cloth. Curved back for extra seating comfort and style. 
W 27 x D 33-1/2 x H 28-1/2 in.
 
Marquesa Dresser 359-044.
Applique over sparkle. Overlapping oval metal fretwork applied over antiqued mirror, sparkling rosette pulls. High leg cabinet in white oak veneer with a Gray Cashmere finish. Subtle walnut inline on the top surface.
W 62-7/8 x D 20-1/2 x H 39-1/2 in.
 
 
Bernhardt furniture styles introduced this week will be available to consumers Spring 2015.