A new classic. The Bordeaux collection feels familiar. At first glance you spy traditional design details – the fluted columns, the slight cornice. But then you look again. The proportions feel more modern. The edges are purposefully distressed. The lines are clean in places, undulating in others. This is a collection of future heirlooms.
This is a design that works just about anywhere. Console table or open-fronted shelving, it is ideal for a hallway, dining room, living area or bathroom. But our absolute favorite way is as a freestanding kitchen island with low pendant lighting above.
Here and there is a mark of distressing, done purposefully to grant it a pre-loved air and antique quality.
The solid teak boxes make storage that little bit more fun. On top, below, or both; any configuration works. In a kitchen we like to stash fresh vegetables and free-flowing herbs inside, or elsewhere in the home, children’s toys or craft essentials.