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Modern Romantic Design
Modern Romantic Design
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Tibetan Lambswool Stool – Le-Coterie
Topped with wild, curly Tibetan lambswool, this hairpin whimsical stool also features a hardwood frame, brass legs and a foam cushion for added comfort. Made in the USA, this is a piece that stands out. Le-Coterie is a luxury brand of fashionable home accessories, including pillows, accent furniture, and rugs, crafted of top-quality Brazilian hair-on hides, natural and dyed Tibetan lambskins, and fine leathers and suedes from around the world. Proudly designed and manufactured in the USA, items range in style from contemporary to traditional and always make a statement.
Noelle Mirrored Linen Bench – Cream
With a linen-upholstered seat and glimmering mirrored panels trimmed in gold, this bench is a paragon of effortless glamour.
19″ Global Flush Mount – Champagne – Viz Glass
This pendant of globular bulbs in warm champagne glass resembles a cluster of ripe fruit. Due to the handmade nature of this piece, variations in color, tone, and pattern may occur. Bubbling is common in handblown glass and merely adds to the artisanal allure of the piece.
Lena Accent Chair – Cream – Caracole
Inspired by the exquisite craftsmanship of a Belgian gate, this whimsical accent chair is fixed to an open, stainless steel framed plated in warm brass. Topped with padded cushions and a faux-fur pillow for stylish comfort and support.
Smythe 97″ Sofa – Cream – Kim Salmela
Available online exclusively at One Kings Lane: This modern chesterfield boasts generous square tufting on the seat, back, and inner sides. The front arm panels are highlighted with brass cone nailheads. The seat fill of high-resiliency foam surrounded by feathers and down ensures long-lasting comfort. Handcrafted in Southern California.Kim Salmela's furniture and accessories are inspired by the trends and materials she sees around the world. “This line is the best representation of my love of color, exotic patterns, vintage styling, and a modern layering and mixing of materials,” the designer explains. “With this line I am allowing myself to be free to just design. I am not following any rules… I'm just doing what I love.”
Babette Chair – Lilac Velvet – Haute House Home
Exclusive to One Kings Lane: This tufted velvet accent chair boasts plush lilac upholstery that brings a sophisticated, feminine note to your space. Made in the USA.Since 2001, Haute House Home has effortlessly captured the Golden Era of Hollywood while incorporating thoroughly modern sensibilities. Designed and handcrafted in Hollywood, its furnishings bring the timeless elegance of haute couture to daily living.
Vantage Églomisé Two-Door Cabinet – John-Richard
Églomisé glass and an ornate carving adorn the surface of this acacia cabinet. Boasting over 38 inches in surface depth, two doors, and an adjustable shelving unit, it offers a bevy of space for storing home accents. A piece of furniture is ideally a flawless marriage of functionality and beauty. John-Richard takes that philosophy to heart, as its superbly crafted tables, seating, consoles, and mirrors make clear. Taking inspiration from myriad sources, its designers are passionate about creating works of art that work in today's home.
Avalon Ottoman – Linen Velvet – Kim Salmela
Available online exclusively at One Kings Lane: Supported by tapered brass legs, this oversize oval ottoman is designed with a buttoned top and linen-velvet upholstery in a blush pink hue. Ample padding ensures this piece is as comfortable as it is good looking. Handcrafted in Southern California. Kim Salmela's furniture and accessories are inspired by the trends and materials she sees around the world. “This line is the best representation of my love of color, exotic patterns, vintage styling, and a modern layering and mixing of materials,” the designer explains. “With this line I am allowing myself to be free to just design. I am not following any rules… I'm just doing what I love.”