Ten Years of New Old-World Furniture

  • Photo by Mark Tanner Photography
    Photo by Mark Tanner Photography
  • Photo by Mark Tanner Photography
    Palazzo Table Photo by Mark Tanner Photography
  • Bardot Chandelier
  • Photo by Mark Tanner Photography
  • Photo by Mark Tanner Photography
  • Jorge Arango

Ebanista is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a new collection—appropriately dubbed Collection Ten—designed by Melinda and Fari Pakzad. The couple (who founded the company) worked with a team of artisans and craftspeople on over 40 made-in-America interpretations of classic European furniture, lighting, and accessories. The line exhibits exceptional attention to detail and artisanal touches, such as hand-carved furniture frames, 22-karat-gold finishes, antique nailhead trim, weathered-ivory finishes, semiprecious stones, and leaded-crystal prisms. Collection Ten is available to the trade, and pieces are customizable. (800.570.1087, www.ebanista.com)

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