Thursday, September 15, 2011

DwellStudio's first ever furniture collection

DwellStudio introduces their new furniture collection for the modern home, created for Precedent.  They take the mid-century modern design and gave it a face lift.  I have to say I am definitely smitten.

Christiane Lemieux with a George sofa upholstered in Thistle fabric

What is cool about this line is that DwellStudio offers furniture that is clean lined and modern, but you can snazz it up with a variety of fabrics.  

Mallory Chairs upholstered in Casablanca Geo Citrine



You need to check out their fabric choices.  Really incredible.  It allows you to put your own personal touch on any one of their items.  

I am also loving their tables.  Touches of antique gold topped with travertine to give it a real luxe feel.  

Occasional tables


Obviously, the next item was inspired by their ever popular gate fabric.  Isn't it gorgeous?

I love the simple lines of this cocktail table which could provide some great contrast in a room.  The iron base with a gray shagreen top.  


To see their entire furniture collection with an array of finishes and fabrics, go here.  Enjoy!!

6 comments:

  1. LOVE IT... especially the ornate headboard and the mallory chair!

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  2. Wow. Thanks for the heads-up. I had not heard about this. And I love anything with shagreen on it. Yummy.

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  3. These pieces are fantastic! I hadn't seen much of the collection until now, and I'm really crazy over the side tables you shared.

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  4. This is the first I've heard of it. Loving the tables.

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  5. This is VERY exciting. Their fabrics plus these great upholstery shapes are perfection! And that armoire is stunning.

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  6. Love the headboard and tables! What an incredibly gorgeous collection!

    P/S: Come by and enter my giveaway for a chance to win a $50 gift cert from My Urban Child!

    http://www.mixandchic.com/2011/09/giveaway-my-urban-child.html

    Jessie
    www.mixandchic.com

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