Inspired by a trip to Spain in the 1950s, the Borge Mogensen Spanish Chair combines sleek Scandinavian design with rustic details. The shape is based on ornate chairs found everywhere from Andalusia to India, but Mogensen updated the shape, eliminated the carvings, and kept the arms wide enough to provide a rest for a drink. The chair is available with natural or black leather, with an oak frame in your choice of lacquered, soaped, or black lacquered finish — or, if you prefer, they can send it to you unfinished, instead.
Clean lines meet quality craftsmanship in the Sean Woolsey Haack Table. Made by hand in Woolsey's Southern California studio, this stunning table features a top of American premium black walnut, with edges that are hand shaped with a spokeshave and other tools to give them a soft look, and a solid steel square tubing base, powder coated in your choice of white or black. It most certainly isn't cheap, but when you're talking about a piece of furniture that you're likely to have to decades, it's not that crazy, either.
The word "abyss" can certainly bring along some negative connotations, but one look at the Abyss Table will have you thinking about another word: "amazing". Handmade by local artisans and craftspeople using high-grade, ethically-sourced wood and glass, this mesmerizing piece of furniture functions as both a conversation starter and an actual table, but you should be warned: guests are likely to spend inordinate amounts of time staring down into its depths, so don't take it personally.