Our June issue takes us around the world, as it is filled with stories about travel, destinations and inspirations from across the globe.
It’s the attitude we also find in Noir, the California-based furniture company whose latest introductions were inspired by a trip to the Far East, with stops in China and Thailand.
Since its start in 2004, the company – formed by Swiss-born lead designer Georg Baehler and Stephanie Lu – has been dedicated to manufacturing affordable, handcrafted furniture that can last for generations.
Among the new options is the Morten Dresser ($2,880) in a pale finish. The contemporary classic is made from mahogany, features nine drawers and showcases Noir’s dedication to craftsmanship.
Those in search of accent tables might want to check out a couple of new designs. These include the Davina Side Table, with a fanciful scallop-shaped design and shown here in quartz with an antique-brass finish ($1,080), while the small Amadeus Side Table ($990), also features quartz and a brass finish in a bolder design.
For more, visit noirfurniturela.com. – Mary Shustack