Haute Residence presents a round-up of dramatic black-and-white furniture pieces that will embolden any interior space.
This handcrafted, five-drawer desk is inlaid with slivers of bone, designed with a centuries-old technique. Each unique variation is made with recycled mango wood and exudes exotic luxury.
Designed by Angelo Mangiarotti in Italy, this vintage piece is from the 1960’s. The marble table is a perfect blend of industrial style and sophistication.
The 19th-century mahogany recamier originated in the United States around 1830. This antique is accented with carved with a floral motif and is supported by lion’s paw feet, with the original casters. This piece can be attributed to Anthony Quervelle of Philadelphia.
#4: Meltdown Table
This Tom Price Meltdown Thinker Table was showcased in Hangzhou China in 2009. The one-of-a-kind design was created by fusing black, white and gray polypropylene tubes, and melted together to create a smooth, flat table top. When viewed from a distance, the table forms three-dimensional pixels.
#5: Meltdown Chair
Tom Price’s Meltdown Chair was created from a process of heating, pressing and shaping a ball of clear PVC hose into a chair shape. The final product resulted in a chair that is a flexible and comfortable seat. This limited edition chair is one of 12.
Designed by Tosh Furniture, this modular sofa set is supported by a solid, hardwood frame that is completed with black and white leather. The two-toned sofa is supported by brushed chrome legs.