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Go with the Grain

Grain patterns shine through in abundance this season, highlighting the inherent diversity found in nature to best advantage.

Roberta Schilling’s
The highly variegated texture of banana leaves adds intrigue to Roberta Schilling’s Skate cocktail table ($2,800).
The mango wood Colonial Drawer console from Creative Co-Op reveals the inherent diversity of the grain in a two-tone finish ($2,500).
Creative Co-Op
Scott Thomas
Bench-made in America, the Vintage credenza contrasts striated black walnut against the flowing, moiré effect of curly maple from Scott Thomas ($3,695).
From Alden Parkes, the Enns console showcases a dramatic fan-patterned top created from inlaid mahogany and cerejera crotch ($1,497).
Alden Parkes,
Arteriors
A natural wax finish allows the distinctive grain pattern of Arteriors’ Everett wood table to come through, finished with an oxidized iron top ($975).
Pale, ruched raw silk highlights the rich, deep graining pattern found on Councill’s Klismos chair, a cutting-edge interpretation of the classic Greek design.
Councill’s

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