Profile By Bernhardt

April 19, 2018

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Stretching the boundaries of rustic modern collection, Profile delivers on a casual rustic fee, but through the use of a unique mix of finishes and materials, it also delivers a glamour not always associated with this category.

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It all starts with figured walnut veneers in a low sheen, warm taupe finish that features crossfire, an unusual flash or mottling effect underneath the grain and continues with tapestry gold finishes that offer hints of brilliance without ever feeling excessive.

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Profile’s contemporary sensibilities extend to accents like metal mesh, travertine and gold paint, while overlapping sculptural metal plates serve as minamilistic hardware. The collection is adept at finding harmony in disparate elements, whether it’s merging clean lines with subtle curves or presenting a metal-and-wood two-tone effect on pieces.

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Gold painted parting rails, geometric shapes and flange treatments on upholstery offer the final artful touch. From start to finish, Profile effortlessly delivers luxury but in a smart, organic package that’s perfect for today.

 



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