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This chair showcases high quality intricate designs and materials and was custom made in Peru. See more environment friendly furniture pieces and accessories at a local Houston showroom!

Piet Boon Studio Transformed A church Into 'The Jane' Restaurant in Antwerp

Piet Boon Studio Transformed A church Into 'The Jane' Restaurant in Antwerp | photo by Richard Powers.

This Starbucks store in Bogota, Colombia was inspired by local craftsmanship and the region's rich coffee landscape. The store showcases locally produced concrete and handmade mineral floor tiles throughout.

Circle Swinging Chair Brings Your Childhood Playground Inside the Office

The standard form of the chair does not appeal to Polish designer Iwona Kosicka, as she recently introduced the world to SWING, her legless floating circle chair.

This ROADSTER chair showcases the ROADSTER collections’s signature design twists: bold, sleek, classical lines; a daring high backrest and the line’s signature metal framed crystal balls, giving this piece movie-star charisma. #roadster #handmade #console #interiors #decor #highend #luxury #design #MARIIANIQ #JamesBond #Bond #Mercedes300 #luxury #luxuryliving #chair #comfort

Brimming with traditional charm, this timeless armchair showcases high arms and leather upholstery. Placed with a floor lamp, it transforms a quiet corner in...

With its exquisite design and regal aesthetics, the Carmelo is a crowning piece for the discerning buyer's home. Everything about the Carmelo speaks high quality, from the curved arms of its Italian styled frame, to the top grain finish on all of the back and seat surfaces. The generously sized cushions are tightly fashioned to enrich the luxurious feel of the leather sofa and provide a supple, comfortable sit. The Carmelo range also showcases a unique, space-saving incliner chair design, so…

The apartment showcases some highly remarkable pieces of furniture and ornaments, some dating back to the XVIII century. It welcomes the guests into a bright foyer which leads to the reception room, richly furnished with a marble fireplace surmounted by a gilt framed mirror, a wooden table with TV set, leather sofa and velvet armchairs, and a round table with four matching chairs arranged around it. The room takes light from two floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Gardens.