These bold modern pieces are poised to be heirlooms of the future. Add to your home with these striking elements of style and craftsmanship selected by Karen Post, President of Tampa-based Home Frosting.
Channeled cushioning sits atop a white oak wood frame with four legs, forming an intriguing play of geometric lines. By Ambella Home, the Oblique Bench can be customized with textiles of your choice. “I’m big on benches these days–they’re functional and add so much flavor to a space,” Post remarks.
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Strength in Simplicity
Timelessly on-trend, six can dine comfortably at the Allandale Round Dining Table in natural elm. Nuanced and graceful, this piece epitomizes the strength of simplicity. “The round table top incorporates texture with wire brushing, while the cutout base speaks to Swedish Gustavian design influence,” Post notes.
Black and Blue 1 by Thom Filicia is painted on a premium gallery-wrapped canvas and finished with a matte black floater frame. “It’s bold, big and bodacious, just like Thom’s personality and style,” Post describes. “This is a great statement piece to complete a room with color, ink and energy.”
Ming Style Modern
This modern, edgy piece packs a geometric punch. This Sepia Tattooed Bench will start great conversations in any room with its dragon print, sleek corners and traditional Asian silhouette. “This is just one of many super cool pieces from Red Egg, where handcrafted, heirloom and art come together,” Post says.
The Malta Chair by Four Hands is a striking choice for indoor or outdoor seating. “Can you say fun and happy?” Post asserts. “The spunky and sculptural rounded cushioning softens the linear, asymmetrical frame. The natural teak wood is a beautiful organic detail.”
Rest and Repose
A grandiose and imposing bed, The Boston invites slumber and serenity with its urban form and composition. “This is not only my all-time favorite custom bed, but the company is American and can design the bed to your aesthetic with luxurious textiles, vinyl, leather and velvets,” Post states.
Check out Untitled by Sam Freidman in our The Gallery section.