restoration hardware

I recently got the new Restoration Hardware fall catalog in the mail and I just can't seem to put it down! Each page is so inspiring. They have introduced over 500 new pieces for their fall collection some of which are curated items. They reproduced "some of the best historical designs the world has to offer." I Absolutely love everything in the catalog and I can’t wait to visit one of their new gallery stores. (just to look but wishing to buy)

Here are a few of my fav images from the catalog…


The Baluster Desk is solid elm and was reclaimed from a 19th-century French courtyard, and the map is a reproduction of a 19th-century map of Italy.


The Iron Sling Rocker is an exact replica of a German chair from the 1940's, the Bust of Napoleon is a replica of the early 1800s work of Venetian Neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova, and the trunk is a reproduction of a Silver Heirloom Trunk.


The bench is a reproduction of a 100 year-old Hungarian sleigh.


The clock is a 5-ft reproduction of a clock that was once in a stone tower in northern France, the coffee table is a reproduction of a vintage Indian market cart, and the shelving is a reproduction of an antique French library bookcase.


The Timber Calipers are reproductions of calipers that were used to measure the diameters of tree trunks in 1800s France, and the desk is a replica of a French postal desk.


The pendant lights are reproductions of early 20th-century roller hardware from a barn door trolley, and the bar stool is an authentic rusticated cast-iron tractor seat.


The lamp includes a reproduction of a Corinthian capital and base, and the chair is a reproduction of a highback chair from Louis XIII era.


The trunk was inspired by the golden age of aviation, and the plane model is an exacting reproduction of a vintage scientific model used to study aerodynamics.


The Aviator Chairs are modeled after a World War II fighter plane cockpit chair.



(photos via restoration hardware)

1 comments:

  1. Every picture on your blog is like a chocolate sundae for my eyes.

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