Go with the Grain
Tracy Bulla -- Home Accents Today, 9/1/2012 2:00:00 AM
Grain patterns shine through in abundance this season, highlighting the inherent diversity found in nature to best advantage.
|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).
|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).
|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.
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