I'll start with Century's newest collection: Archive Home. This line is based a lot on the current trends for light, bleached and natural woods: think Belgian style and reclaimed woods.
I loved that they included a lot of the designer's sketches -such as the one of the table base seen above.This little quatrefoil side table is just the perfect spot for a drink beside a chair.
The arms of this linen sofa looked very Axel Vervoordt inspired to me; so elegant.
Many of the finishes were rustic, but you needn't worry about splinters; they know what they're doing.
Another favorite line of mine was the Oscar de la Renta Collection. I especially loved this parchment game table; perfect for the corner of any stylish living room.
This tortoise and parchment side table reminded me a lot of something my grandparents would have had (in a good way!).
This x bookcase from the Oscar de la Renta collection would be perfect for any room of the house. I could especially see it in a bedroom or den.
As I mentioned in my previous post, my favorite collection was the grand tour. The quality was outstanding and some of the pieces could fit into not only very traditional settings, but also more contemporary. The top of this handsome accent table is almost too pretty to cover up with anything!
The unusual treatment of the Grand Tour bombe chest makes it perfect for an entry hall or more modern hotel lobby.
The lines of this side chair in mahogany and walnut remind me of a klismos -can I have 12 of these for my dream dining room please?
While we're at it, I'll take one of these Mica Mirror cabinets for my bareware!Last but not least, the finish on this red faux tortoise chairside table was just incredible; again I wouldn't want to cover it with anything! I hope you enjoyed the tour as much as I did!