With our newly released Consort Collection, we're majorly shading complacency and bringing design back to what matters most–the details. After months of sketching and sweating over each piece in our line, we've tightened our focus down to the littlest things with the biggest impacts. After the jump, we're getting you up-close-and-personal with seven pieces from our fully-customizable collection.
THE BOX STITCH
We hooked our Bandeau up with a sexy box-stitch because chairs have to look good from the back too.
THE STEEL STRETCHER
This table is called the Tendu after the ballet move, meaning to stretch and point the foot. Thusly, its base has a tapered leg and a sizable black steel stretcher that supports the table.
THE PEBBLE EDGE
As strong of a look as it is, we've softened up our Marcel sofa with eased-edges and a rounded radius.
THE BALL FOOT
Very French-modern. Our Everett Desk features a thin wire frame detail nodding to our favorite French designers like Serge Mouille
and Mathieu Mategot
THE PLASTER FINISH
Brancusi inspiration just got more fun with these cool colorways. Our Petit tables bring a whole new level of textural movement to the classic, elegant accent table.
THE SCULPTURAL BASE
Our Tangle Table is inspired by African carvings we scouted at our favorite specialty boutiques in Paris' St. Germain district.
You need a slice of our Major table. The base of this, well, major table cuts right through the top.