Down to Earth
When the natural world meets elegant design, a symphony of earth-inspired colors and textures emerges that celebrates the beauty of the outdoors. A palette of warm neutrals including beige, umber and sienna echoes the rich hues found in natural clay, sand dunes, and the twisting bands of color that accentuate the contours of canyon walls. The strong geometry of mid century design forms the inspiration for this look, showcasing structured forms softened by organic materials such as leather, wood and brushed brass. Effortlessly elevating the rustic beauty of the outdoors with modern sophistication, this space showcases natural elements as essential as the minerals beneath our feet, from the depth and beauty of stone to the mesmerizing quality of visible wood grain.
Included in this look
Must Have Pieces
Clean modern lines and soft curves combine with this beautifully upholstered ottoman in a rich, camel-colored velvet, a perfectly comfortable chair accessory or extra seating option.
Base Line Ottoman
Combining a streamlined modern bench seat with comfortable accent cushions that add symmetry and support, this settee is a welcome seating option in any space.
Three faux Dracaena Marginata branches are mounted in a hand-built rustic 4" x 12" terracotta column with Sedum and Echeveria succulents surrounding the roots. Slender red-green leaves arch artificial ribbed grey stems. This unique botanical piece stands 56 inches tall, and is arranged by hand in our North Carolina workshop.
NEW GROWTH DESIGNS
Organic and contemporary, our Bradley bookends combine teak, stone, and resin in a sleek trapezoid shape.
The Alabaster Borealis Hexagon Table Lamp has the cool luminosity of an Arctic evening. With its organic cut pieces, this hand-made lamp is very special. The shade, made with our Stone Linen fabric, is a perfect match.
Borealis Hexagon Table Lamp
Behind The Design
Geometry dominates this bright & airy space, from the oversized windows to the hefty angular sofa and table grouping, softened by rounded corners and the natural beauty of leather, wood, and woven textiles.
It’s nearly impossible to look away from this striking dining table by Caracole, marrying the intriguing visual textures of olive ash burl and olive ash longwood atop a dark bronze base.
Where the organic textures of wood grain and woven upholstery meet in this collection by Jonathan Charles, a welcoming balance of nature and design is created.
A pair of mid century-inspired Rowe lounge chairs featuring tobacco leather upholstery forms the centerpiece of this airy space, creating a warm and organic focal point in an otherwise monochromatic palette.