Our handcrafted hardwood shelf has all the qualities of the original created at the Parsons School almost 90 years ago: Balanced proportions, straightforward lines and flush, squared-off legs. But we're bold enough to add some all-new features, including an X-shaped support and a hand-distressed finish. Just our way of improving on history.
Storage doesn’t have to be stark. Our handsome wall-hanging wooden shelf features three hand-woven baskets for gloves, scarves and hats, with pegs for coats and sweaters underneath. Coordinates perfectly with the rest of our Holtom storage pieces.
The Ashington evokes the English cupboard style with three trimmed drawers, an aged patina and an extra shelf underneath. Always on point, the table seems forever poised on tiptoe, thanks to its tapered hardwood legs. Hard-working in entryways, in living room or den, Ashington enhances traditional, global and contemporary decors alike. Which we like.
The Parsons School created a modern masterpiece when it designed its first iconic chair. Mattie is our latest take on the classic. Built on a birch frame with straight lines and tapered legs, it’s hand-upholstered and has a comfortably cushioned seat and back, a single tufted button and a slightly shorter back.