A Foster's Favorite!! Frank Ponterio's Salotto Cabinet is the crown jewel of his debut collection. The vellum panels were inspired by a pair of bronze doors at Villa Necchi in Milan. Originally designed to guide air through a solarium, the reinterpreted cut-outs are purely decorative, offering a glimpse of the beautifully-layered contents within. Golden oak and bronze hardware add another layer of craftsmanship.
The McMahen bar cabinet is crafted from solid oak, then finished entirely in a dark sable veneer. Champagne brass handles and foiled-glass inlay details adorn the doors and interior. Inside the cabinet are two adjustable glass shelves and a mirrored back wall. The interior is illuminated from led lights concealed in the design. Inside you’ll also find two pull-out drawers and table extension with matching hardware. The legs are connected by a brace and premium levelers.
The Normandy Buffet Credenza is crafted entirely of rift-cut oak and finished in a sable-toned wood stain. The cabinet doors feature a radial-pattern detail and over-sized brass pulls. We absolutely love the generous storage space provided by two felt lined pullout drawers on the right side of the cabinet, and shelves on both sides. Rests on four tapered, eucalyptus finished legs.
If you are seeking heirloom quality furniture, this is another one for the collection. The Kilpatrick Tall Chest features beautiful contrast from rich ebony stained oak finish and hand applied earthy burnished gold leaf. Exquisite cast brass hardware, European hinges and foot levelers are wonderful design elements that also enhance function.
For discerning individuals seeking heirloom quality furniture, this is one for the collection. Enjoy beautiful contrast from rich ebony stained oak finish and hand applied earthy burnished gold leaf. Exquisite cast brass hardware, European hinges and foot levelers are wonderful design elements that also enhance function. Use as a sideboard, media cabinet or console in a grand entryway.
Perhaps one of the more intriguing pieces we've seen in some time. A truly novel design with the top of the bar cart being free floated and removable. For convenience you can lift it off the frame and set it atop an ottoman or table to serve your party treats and drinks.