The Coco Chanel look finds its way into home furnishings with elements evocative of the French fashion designer’s iconic initials, as well as her love of nubby tweeds and spare, elegant lines.
Signature crisscross legs are a charming counterpoint to the curved back on this writing desk with a black lacquer finish and elegant ridged detailing. This design is also available as a dressing table. (christopherguy.com)
Corbett Lighting’s 44-inch-diameter Jasmine pendant in gold leaf is stunning in its simplicity and is the perfect accompaniment to minimalist furnishings. (wilsonlighting.com)
The captivating Jolivet armchair sports a Renaissance gold rattan back applied over a mahogany frame with a Java Café varnish. The sumptuous silhouette is shown here with the Parisian fabric pattern in ebony and is available with or without arms. (christopherguy.com)
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Nancy Robinson is a contributing writer to Ladue News specializing in interiors and home décor.
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