Bespoke Global Boasts New Home Objects

  • SV2 Mini Colleciton
  • GlassWorks Fireball Volcanic
  • Star side table in shagreen and bone
  • Flor Chair
  • Flor Chair
  • Photo by RKG Photography
    Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
    Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
    Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
    Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
    Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
    Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography
  • Photo by RKG Photography

The online retailer Bespoke Global, which enables clients to commission made-to-order items for the home, has rolled out a new series of nature-inspired decorative and contemporary furnishings. Among its top items is a collectible baseball bat by Jamey Rouch, who sources wood from his family’s farm in Three Rivers, Mich., to create tables, desks, and novelty items. The $350 bat features angular blocks of walnut, cherry, and maple woods that Rouch has cut, fused together, and laminated by hand. Additional highlights from Bespoke Global this season include a queen-size canopy bed with sweeping, free-form head- and footboards crafted from maple wood, priced at $22,500; a brass chair etched with the ringed pattern of a cross-sectioned tree trunk, at $7,100; and a sleek star-shaped side table with bone trim, at $3,520. (212.537.0112, www.bespokeglobal.com)

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