Artistry in its many forms is a driving force behind our design sensibility. We create furniture as art and our collection of hand painted tables has become the most literal interpretation of that direction. Influenced by 20th century art, the abstract expressionist movement, and the implementation of creativity in new and contemporary forms and materials, these pieces infuse the aesthetics of modern art into interiors in a new way and have proven to be a fresh direction that is rich in color, movement, and inspiration.
From modern art influences to interpretations of our New Mexico terrain, this graphic and free-flowing color-play creatively enlivens stylish spaces. Injecting a painterly aesthetic into our natural wood tables, we were intrigued with the idea of enveloping simple organic structures in strong hues and vibrant patterns. Fusing robust natural structures with the free-wheeling lightness of abstract expression creates an energy and vitality that's compelling and unexpected - and these pieces have a powerful design sensibility that is irresistible.
Pieces like our abstract art side table juxtapose color and surface in a variety of forms with jagged flashes of hue giving the impression that one layer of color has been torn off, revealing the shades underneath. This technique recalls natural forms at their most intense and mysterious, lending poetic richness and depth.
In the striking black and white side table shown above, the beauty and simplicity of black and white and the emotional power of each brush stroke breaks down representative forms into quick, rudimentary movements, with the monochrome palette depicting negative and positive space. This artistry brings in intensity and meaning, enhancing and contrasting with nature at its most ruggedly solid.
Each piece is individually painted in an artist's studio using traditional methods. With precision and care, human creativity is unleashed upon a usable surface of locally harvested Ponderosa Pine, evoking mood and movement on an unexpected material and bringing the art experience onto a dynamic in-the-round canvas. Keeping the wood grain on the top surfaces natural is a striking design juxtaposition and a reminder of the material that lies beneath.
The dimensional beauty of our hand painted tables adds artistic presence to contemporary and traditional interiors, imparting whimsical movement and color to solidly sturdy organic forms. They represent the potent impact of modernism and contemporary art at its most functional, and marry art and design in the newest most innovative and unique way.
Leather and White Oak Plume ChairTalk about living in harmony with nature. When we met up with Brooklyn-based Sun at Six a few months ago, we immediately knew that their designs had something special that would resonate with our clients. As they told us at they time, their aim is to "create designs that are simple, gentle, [...]
Opportunities to travel have been generous as of late and we’re not complaining. Indulging in the occasional getaway has been manageable and gratifying. A three day design excursion is just enough time to sufficiently explore a nearby destination and to connect with the art and culture. Plus we've long been inspired by Mexican art and design, as is evident in [...]
Meeting with clients in person is definitely one of the best parts of being a designer. A big thank you to those who visited us at ICFF in New York last week. We were excited to debut a new collection of home accessories and also show some favorite designs in new materials and finishes. The bold [...]
Djembe Side Table - shown in Light WalnutTrue style resides at the intersection of art and design. When we embark on the creation of a new piece for our exclusive collection of Turned Wood Tables, we view it with an artist’s perspective, a marrying of architecture, sculpture, and furniture. It’s a matter of exacting degrees and dimension, of balancing [...]
Outside our New Mexico woodshop, stand three fifteen-foot high solar kilns filled with freshly cut pine, spruce, and cottonwood. Faint notes of cinnamon fill the air, a fragrance produced when sap is heated by the sun. Harvested from nearby forests in the north, the wood will remain in these kilns for several months before moving indoors where it will [...]