There’s something about this collection that makes each piece feel like a “find” complete with its own story. There’s the antique Provençal Gardens Table discovered in a flea market outside of Amsterdam (the one that cost more to ship home than to buy). Or how about the 18th century industrial shelving
happened on while visiting that Belgian artist’s loft. (Who could believe he would let it go for so little?) Or the heavy paneled bed with a finish that felt chateau worthy. And those chairs—an entire set still flawless after generations of use.
Introducing European Farmhouse: a collection of furniture that feels as if it was gathered over a lifetime of travel and treasure finding; eclectic pieces that work effortlessly together without being overly matchy-matchy.
The genius of this collection lies in its elegant shapes,
generous scale, fresh palette of finishes and mix of materials.
European Farmhouse brings elegant lines to rustic materials, old world artistry to modern day functionality. It is both old and new, allowing the collection to serve nearly any decorating style.