Dessin Fournir: New Designer Products For Spring!

Dessin Fournir is a trade company with 14 showrooms nationwide. They represent Gerard, Classic Cloth, Palmer Hargrave, Kerry Joyce, Rose Cumming and of course Dessin Fournir. Below is a sampling of some of their new products for Spring 2010. We have chosen some of our favorites for your viewing. Contact us for more information or your interior designer.

Essen Armchair by Dessin Fournir - This beautiful chair comes as an armchair or side chair. It has tight seat and back and is shown in Classic Cloth's Silk Stripe in Seafoam. The finish on the chair is Antiqued Paint. Other finishes and sizes available. Size: 36" high x 21" wide x 27" deep. COM is 3 yards.

Atwood Cabinet by Dessin Fournir - This beautiful mahogany cabinet has antiqued restoration glass with antiqued 22k moon gold leaf details. The eight shelves are adjustable and the finish shown is M-1. Other sizes and finishes available. Size: 82" high x 39" wide x 15" deep.

Pierre Shelf by Dessin Fournir - This unique shelf is all hand forged iron and is shown in the Antiqued Iron finish. It has five shelves that are 48" long. The overall size is 95" high x 89" wide x 11" deep. This unit could be modern or traditional! Custom sizes and finishes available.

Anson Folding Garden Chair from Gerard - This unique outdoor chair is hand forged iron with brass finials and folds for ease of storing. Loose cushion included and available with COM. Size: 41" high x 19" w x 23" deep. Other finishes and custom sizes available.

LeClere Sconce by Dessin Fournir - This unique sconce is hand forged iron with wood details. Shown in Antiqued Paint. Holds one 25w bulb and is 28" high x 10" wide x 5" deep. Available in custom sizes and finishes.

Diaz Bookcase by Kerry Joyce - This beautiful modern bookcase is made of rosewood veneer and mahogany. The rosewood is finished in M3 and the mahogany is finished in M4. Other finishes and sizes available. The bookcase has seven shelves and the overall size is 84" high x 42" wide x 13" deep.
Photos courtesy of Dessin Fournir. To the Trade.

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