New Bold, Sculptural Pieces from Steven Bukowski

June 25, 2019 Kelly Beall

New Bold, Sculptural Pieces from Steven Bukowski

Steven Bukowski founded his design brand in Brooklyn back in 2016, and is known for creating functional, expressive furniture that’s perfect for lovers of bold style. At this year’s ICFF, he launched eight new works that we’re excited to share today.

The Amphi Scone brightens any space with it’s sleek architectural profile. The opal glass piece is available in matte or gloss, and can be used as a single sconce or to create a pattern with multiples.

Bukowski’s Bellbottom Chair is an update on mid-century shapes, instead utilizing extreme proportions in the design. Seen here in walnut that’s been hand rubbed in oil with Designtex Gold Brushed Flannel upholstery. Domestic hardwoods available include white oak, walnut, maple, and ash.

The Bellow Sideboard, a bold, sculptural piece with push to open drawer slides, is definitely a statement maker. This clean, sophisticated piece also features inset mirrors to brighten the interior. Shown here is an ebonized ash with hand rubbed oil finish and solid maple drawer boxes. Domestic hardwoods available include white oak, walnut, maple, and ash, and finishes offered are lacquered, blackened, and natural wood.

If you’re looking for a side table with personality, you need to see the Bubble Side Table. It features push to open drawer slides for a super sleek sculptural look. Domestic hardwoods available include white oak, walnut, maple, and ash, and finishes offered are lacquered, natural, or custom upon request.

With a fully adjustable mirror that locks, the Harp Vanity is the perfect piece for your bathroom counter or your dresser. Shown here in polished solid copper with other finishes available upon request.

The Piano Chair’s slim design and minimal footprint is a great match for the dining room or just about anywhere else. The boldly colored spindles make it anything but boring. Shown here in ebonized ash with lacquered and bleached ash details. Domestic hardwood species include white oak, walnut, maple, or ash. A range of upholstery options are also available for the seat.

If you’d like to amp up the color and playfulness of a space, consider the opal glass Pluma Lamps. Operated by a touch dimmer and three brightness settings, it’s sure to be a favorite piece.

Last, but not least, is the Steppe Lamp. The architectural base adds great form to the piece and is echoed in the polished copper lampshade. Here it’s seen in polished copper and lacquered steel with matte opal glass. Custom finishes are available upon request.

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