French furniture designer Jules Leleu (of the House of Leleu, which was established in the 1700s and is now in the hands of his children) was a pioneer of French Art Deco design, emphasizing simple shapes, exotic woods, marquetry, inlaid ivory, and other embellishment in his work. This chic tripod coffee table is made of rich mahogany wood accented with nickel touches and a glass tabletop. This modern coffee table is perfect for any living room or office.
Striking Italian 19th-century parcel-gilt carved walnut center table with circular top resting on three dolphins supported by a tripod base. It would be an elegant, attention-getting piece for a living room or entryway.
Traditional furniture is perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. Rustic but chic, this antiqued wood coffee table features a parquetry tabletop set on faux deer antler legs. Two end drawers ensure this eye-catching coffee table is a storage-savvy addition to any room, while a planked base shelf on bracketed feet makes it a stylish one.
An impeccable and distinctive style, Japanese art and décor is rendered in a wide range of media, including pottery, sculpture, typography, woodwork and prints. The style is always defined by a highly decorative yet refined appeal.
Traditional style rugs are perfect for home designers looking to create a comfortable and timeless sophistication in their households. This stunning Oushak rug is a welcomed addition to any room with its wool, hand-knotted design. This elegant carpet features a geometric design in a striking combination of blue and taupe on a rose background. This stunning piece will add an eclectic vibe to any room.
A Persian carpet or rug is a heavy textile made for a wide variety of uses such as for the home, local sale, and export. Carpet weaving is an essential part of Persian culture and Iranian art. Persian rugs are known for their elaborate craftsmanship and intricate designs.
Waterworks was founded in 1978 when Barbara Sallick and her husband, Robert, set out to create a revolution in bathing, bringing incredible visual appeal and impeccable performance to what had often been an underserved area of the home.
Niermann Weeks was founded in 1978 in Maryland where it continues its tradition of handcrafting timeless designs. Surrounded by beautifully carved hardwood featuring gold-leaf detail, this rectangular mirror is a design classic that will elevate any décor.
One of the world's oldest traditions, Chinese art spans thousands of years and numerous eras. Traditionally, Chinese art and décor is defined by a decorative, yet seemingly understated quality done using earth tones and a linear technique.
Curated by Eliko Antique Rugs, this Heriz rug was hand-knotted by Iranian artisans during the 1930s. Made of fine wool primarily dyed a deep shade of red but resplendent in dense floral and foliate motifs of many colors. Ideal for a traditional décor.
John Hutton was an innovative American furniture designer who was renowned for his emphasis on 20th-century transitional style by combining contemporary and classic design. He had a major impact on furniture, textile and lighting. His work is showcased in various museums around the country.