Masterfully created by American furniture connoisseurs, Bernhardt, is this clean-lined, contemporary etagere. It's a veritable triumph of rustic-modern furnishing - a beautiful blend of two design languages that are not often associated with each other, but work oh-so-well together in this glamorous piece.
The design is expertly crafted using highly figured, flat-cut walnut veneer, whose beautiful crossfire mottling softly radiates beneath the grain. The veneer's warm taupe finish is exquisitely complemented by the luxe, low-sheen Tapestry Gold shade of the etagere's architectural frame.
The etagere became a popular form of furniture in the 19th century, being immensely useful for housing the medley of collected ornaments. Bernhardt's version, with its four floating shelves and built-in bottom tier, presents a remarkably refreshed revamp of the piece that's best adorned with a chic scheme of tableware and stylish accessories.