collections | Aug 27, 2020 |
Blonde ambition: 6 new light-hued wood pieces

Light-hued wood tones add depth and modernity to any room. BOH rounded up six new pieces that offer a fresh take on classic wooden furniture.

The Kelmscott bench by Selamat, being used as a coffee table
The Kelmscott bench by Selamat, being used as a coffee tableCourtesy of Selamat

Selamat — Kelmscott Bench

Designed in collaboration with British heritage brand Morris + Co., which was founded in 1861 by textile designer William Morris, the Kelmscott bench is named after the legendary artist’s idyllic country home outside of London. Featuring hand-carved teak, synthetic twisted hyacinth and brass-capped hardware, the bench has endless possibilities both indoors and out.

The Joyce chest of drawers from Pinch
The Joyce chest of drawers from PinchCourtesy of Pinch

Pinch — Joyce Chest of Drawers

Led by husband-and-wife team Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon, British brand Pinch focuses on creating beautifully crafted furniture and lighting with a quiet, elegant aesthetic. The Joyce chest of drawers is a modern update on a classic, with the white lacquer exterior perfectly complementing the unfinished wooden drawers.

The Heidy accent chair from Lulu and Georgia
The Heidy accent chair from Lulu and GeorgiaCourtesy of Lulu and Georgia

Lulu and Georgia — Heidy Accent Chair

The fall collection from Lulu and Georgia explores a balance between organic materials and structured shapes. The Heidy accent chair is a sculptural statement piece, mixing woven seagrass with a honey-hued teak.

The Kennedy nightstand from Made Goods
The Kennedy nightstand from Made GoodsCourtesy of Made Goods

Made Goods — Kennedy Nightstand

The new collection from Made Goods is a reimagining of evergreen pieces. Covered in faux shagreen and framed by a raised oak veneer border, the Kennedy nightstand delivers a retro flair that still feels fresh.

STC No. 1 Kitchen from St. Charles New York
STC No. 1 Kitchen from St. Charles New YorkCourtesy of St. Charles New York

St. Charles New York — STC No. 1

The minimal, seamless and sleek look of the STC No. 1 kitchen comes in multiple wood finishes, but lighter hues like oak and eucalyptus give the cabinetry a modern Scandinavian feel, while the integrated hardware cuts a tailored silhouette.

The Brays bar cart from Beth Webb for Arteriors
The Brays bar cart from Beth Webb for ArteriorsCourtesy of Arteriors

Arteriors — Brays Bar Cart

From interior designer Beth Webb’s debut collection for the brand, the Brays bar cart is a lesson in mixed materials—the undulating curves of the wood and metal combine with a suede-wrapped handle, creating a delicate contrast.

The products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s new Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.

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