the study: key pieces
This vintage french club chair is the epitiome of new traditional style. A pair of these would be lovely in this space. I love the patina and rich buttery leather.
Made from butter walnut, this Swedish desk resembles an antique but has the functions practically with a hinged drawer that hides your mouse and keyboard.
A study must have several sources of light. This 1930s wrought iron floor lamp has a certain softness to it, but feels sturdy becuse of its maerial.
This 1940's french Louis XVI chair would be the ideal desk chair and the sage green leather adds jsut the right amount of color.
A pair of gray and gold murano glass lamps give ample light and would be beautiful on either side of a desk.
This linen slipcovered daybed is the ideal piece for a study. Because it is slipcovered it looks effortless yet chic and keeps the study from being overly formal. I could also see this upholstered in a linen stripe or a cotton velvet with bolster pillows at either end.
Published on Apr 1, 2013
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