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PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT

INTRODUCING: Our Newest Collection

Lagom is a Swedish word that means “just the right amount.” Not too little, not a lot, but everything perfectly in its place. We love this word and the serene balance it conveys. We’ve used “lagom” and the Swedish sensibility as our inspiration for our newest product launch. The calming colors, relaxed design, and subtle beauty of this collection pay homage to this laid-back, no-hurry lifestyle.

Here are some of our standout pieces:

1. Burlwood Campaign Chest

The Burlwood Campaign Chest combines the organic beauty of burlwood with elegant gold accents that give it a contemporary update. This piece is a visual expression of two of our impressions of Swedish style.

2. Scandinavian Live Edge Table

This table is a spectacular testament to Mother Nature and her timeless beauty. The Scandinavian Live Edge Table is a solid piece of wood that finds style in imperfection and represents the easier side of Swedish country living.

3. Bubbles Chandelier

Blue is often associated with Sweden. The gorgeous, modern Bubbles Chandelier is a new take on contemporary lighting and the trademarks of Swedish style.

4. Acrylic Barrel Chair

This chair is modern without sacrificing comfort. The Acrylic Barrel Chair is our nod to modern Swedish living.

5. Amal Wooden Table

The Amal Wooden Table has the charm of the Swedish country side with subtle ornamentation on its pedestal base. Plus, it's extendable, so you can use it for an intimate dinner or a gathering of family and friends.

*See the full collection here.

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6 Ways To Style The Most Versatile Chairs

Our French-inspired Louis and Chateau Chairs are fan favorites, and when you discover their versatility, it's easy to see why!
Take a look at our designer's tips for styling these two fabulous chairs:

1. The Chic & Intimate Dining Room

In this scene, the Louis Fabric Back Side Chair makes a handsome and cozy statement around a smaller, round dining table. Plus, its natural frame and solid linen colors match well with any eclectic or unique patterns in your décor, like our Moorish Dining Table.

2. The Cozy Office Space

The Louis Fabric Back End Chair pairs beautifully with our Barley Twist Desk with Marble Top. It gives this office space a hint of refinement and a lot of classic comfort.

3. The Contemporary & Classic Dining Room

The Chateau and Louis chairs add just the right traditional touch alongside a modern Acrylic Dining Table. They are the subtle accent of classic décor that keeps a contemporary setting timeless.

4. The Transitional Office Space

The Chateau End Chair grounds this room scene with its timeless appeal. It anchors a contemporary acrylic table and open floor plan to support this airy office space.

5. The Modern Farmhouse Dining Room

These Chateau Side Chairs update the traditional Farmhouse look with their classical appeal. These chairs stand out as sophisticated accent to their rustic counterparts.

6. The Vibrant Sun Room

The Chateau chairs make for inviting seats in a light and breezy sun room or indoor patio. Especially with white linen and the natural oak frame, these light, bright seats are perfect for lining a central table or sitting around the room as accent chairs.

  
  

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#SPOTTED Gilt Minimalist Mirror

Our Gilt Minimalist Mirror has proven to be a customer favorite over the years. This piece is undeniably versatile, adding the perfect touch to any room – the entryway, living room, bed room, baby’s room, bathroom, and more. Take a look at some of our favorite ways you’ve incorporated this mirror in your homes:

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New Item: Cassis Bar Stools

Buyer, Tori Hunger, talks her favorite March new items – the Cassis Bar Stools (in red and blue). Here’s why she loves them:

Q: What’s your favorite thing about these bar stools?

A: It’s not often I come across a piece of red furniture that I’m drawn to because sometimes it might feel like too much for my personal style, but the combination of the diamond pattern and bold red color makes for a cool piece that is fun AND classic. Also, I love the fact that they’re indoor and outdoor safe. I think the initial thought might be to have them outside, but I love the idea of having a teak wood and rattan piece in my home as well because it gives the organic feel I crave for the inside of our house.

Q: What makes these pieces special?

A: Well, a lot of our items are hand-crafted, and these stools are no exception – they’re hand-woven in Indonesia, and when you see the rattan pattern, you can’t help but have an immediate appreciation for the detail that goes into something like that.

Q: Can you give us three ways you’d utilize these pieces?

A: Well, my husband and I want to buy them for our patio bar outside by the grill. They’re easy because they’re all you really need to use if you’re trying to bring an area of your home to life.  Another way would be inside, near our kitchen island. These pieces have enough character to simply be decorative against a wall and pulled over when you have company hanging out in the kitchen. Lastly, we have some friends who have high standing tables outside by their pool, and I can imagine two of the blue bar stools set up on each side of those tables with some pillows that have a pop of color.

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The Bone Inlay Process

The Roman Empire made several contributions to past and present society, one being chair design. As the Empire expanded across Europe, so did its methods of craftsmanship. It was during this reign that curule chairs were first introduced, said to have originated in Etruria. These chairs, or stools, were reserved for magistrates holding imperium to sit on during court or royal gatherings. One of the earliest recorded examples of the curule chair dates back to 494 BC when Roman dictator Manius Valerius Maximus was awarded one as a result of his victory over the Sabines.

Majestic and Moorish: Our Bone Curule Stool | Wisteria

In Rome, the curule chair was traditionally made of ivory and had a wide x-base, no arms, and no back. Keeping up with this regal tradition, we’ve created our Bone Curule Stool in the same fashion but updated it for a more modern appeal. Combining 18th-century Empire Style with 16th-century Moorish design, this exquisite stool has the best of both worlds. Each stool is embellished with hundreds of pieces of camel bone that are carved and inlaid into a wood frame by hand—a meticulous and time-consuming process skilled artisans endure to create these imperial pieces. Fit for a king or a queen, this stool is complete with a durable white linen cushion, and is an ideal seat for a vanity or desk. Hint: Pair two at the end of the bed for even more regal ambiance.

Majestic and Moorish: Our Bone Curule Stool | Wisteria

  
  

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  • virginia adams

    Your “Small Good Morning Tray” #T10875 in the paper catalog is described as having a 20″ length; but on the web site it says it is 27″ length. Which is correct? You will also note that the dimensions for both sized trays are the SAME. Please advis. Thanks!

  • kayla

    Thank you for your inquiry about the Good Morning Tray dimensions. The Small Good Morning Tray is 20”w x 14.75”d x 2.5”h. Our Large Good Morning Tray is 27.75″w x 20″d x 2.75”h.

    We apologize for any inconvenience and very much appreciate you bringing this to our attention. We have updated the website with the correct dimensions by size.

  • JSchu

    great friendly service!

  • virginia adams

    Your “Small Good Morning Tray” #T10875 in the paper catalog is described as having a 20″ length; but on the web site it says it is 27″ length. Which is correct? You will also note that the dimensions for both sized trays are the SAME. Please advis. Thanks!

  • kayla

    Thank you for your inquiry about the Good Morning Tray dimensions. The Small Good Morning Tray is 20”w x 14.75”d x 2.5”h. Our Large Good Morning Tray is 27.75″w x 20″d x 2.75”h.

    We apologize for any inconvenience and very much appreciate you bringing this to our attention. We have updated the website with the correct dimensions by size.