Marla and I found really exciting exotic furniture and accessories during our Thailand buying trip in March. We worked with our favorite artisan workshops and found some fabulous new suppliers. It is a great thrill to stumble upon furniture that our design customers will love. We filled a container with our treasures, and it should arrive in Denver at the end of June. Come along for a little tour of some of the fun things we bought.
We worked with a favorite workshop that specializes in Acacia Wood, or as they call it, Monkey Wood.
I had to buy this large Acacia wood console made from a single piece. The look works perfectly with today’s contemporary and transitional design.
Marla finishes an order for lamps and furniture from a workshop specializing in modern designs.
We loved this modern style console made from an Acacia wood slab and a steel base.
This workshop creates modern lamps and sculptures from large pieces of interesting wood.
A lamp made from vines.
Modern metal wall hangings really caught our eye. We bought them in blue and pewter.
We stumbled upon a workshop specializing in very unusual lighting made from natural materials.
This one will look great in our Denver showroom!
Burma is known for intricate lacquerware. I was super excited to find these large urns.
You know it’s right when it “talks to you!” We really liked this reclining Buddha.
Marla and I both had to have this 200-year-old Naga from a very old Thai temple. We have a pair for sale. They look fabulous!
I hope you enjoyed our shopping tour. I can’t wait for the containers to arrive as it feels almost like Christmas.