Sometimes it seems like all the furniture online looks exactly the same, but I haven't seen anything quite like the "Lyrical" furniture collection.
The closest thing I've found to them is antique "American Empire" furniture dating to the colonial period near the time of Napoleon.
But my series is more modern, with simpler lines that work well with contemporary furniture.
This dining room table has cherry legs in two tones, with walnut braces.
This little cherrywood writing desk was inspired by the legs of animals.
My wife says it reminds her of flowing water.
This entertainment center has cherrywood doors with walnut insets. The panels are repeated all the way around the piece.
Inside are shelves on drawer glides to make it easy to access any electronics stored within.
This kitchen island is walnut, with a maple butcher-block top.
A large drawer is set into the face for storage, and there is room underneath for pots and pans.
These two walnut and cherrywood tables are perfect for parties, because they're just the right height for trays of drinks or canapes.
The shape was inspired by drums and the human form.
These designs are proprietary to Artisan Built-ins, so if you're looking for furniture that stands out from the crowd, give us a call.
I'm Arthur Teel, a craftsman who builds custom furniture in Asheville, North Carolina. Give me a call to talk about your next project!