GEM COFFEE TABLE [SMALL] Debra Folz

The Gem Tables by American design studio Debra Folz Design are nothing if not bright and shiny, and who doesn’t like bright, shiny objects? First presented at NYCxDesign the Gem Tables mimic the facets of gemstones, creating a light-refracti.

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I'm working on a color scheme with pale wood, gray, pink tones, and copper. Here's inspiration for a blush + charcoal color palette for a studio apartment.

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Iron Eye Credenza by Jean-Louis Deniot for Baker Furniture N. Hamilton Street): Completely smitten by the entire collection and the incomparable talent who described this particular piece as a "deconstructed" Louis XVI dresser.

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