The Studio - NY
Bringing together traditional European designs and chic contemporary styles, Jonathan Charles crafts furnishings that stand the test of time. From the lustrous finishes to the custom hardware, see why we’re loving this collection—and find a piece to transform any room in your home.
This ruggedly charming armchair is hewn from oak with a gridded back and woven rush seat. An antiqued finish tops the look, beautifully enhancing the wood's prominent grain.
This limed acacia console shows of turned baluster legs and a thick, heavily molded top and base.
Supported by a clear acrylic base, this tall table lamp is crafted of frosted mercury glass with an elegant design and neutral linen shade.
Taking its cue from a 1920s Art Deco design, this round side table is framed in sturdy acacia with beautifully grained macassar veneers. Two stacked surfaces offer room for perching drinks and home accessories.
A luxurious addition to any decor, this nine-drawer chest pairs stunning macassar ebony veneers with textural faux shagreen surfaces and gleaming nickel drawer pulls. Capped nickel feet complete the look.
This handcrafted table lamp stands on a smooth walnut base with a beautifully sculpted ceramic body, sweet daisy accents, and vivid turquoise glaze. A white linen shade adds crisp, clean contrast.
Designed with a twisted, ebonized neck extending up through a entedua-veneered surface, this slender side table makes for a standout addition to any space. A walnut finish adds organic contrast.
Refined without being stuffy, this side chair is crafted of acacia with a captivating back, cushy linen-blend seat, and painted black finish.
A standout addition to any decor, this tall, narrow étagère rests on tapered bronze legs and is covered in textural faux shagreen in a vibrant teal hue. Adjustable glass shelves offer ample space for highlighting your favorite accents.
Recalling Moorish Souk architecture, this eye-catching side table is detailed with a octagonal top and graceful curves. Coated in a glossy blue lacquer for a punchy pop of color.
Resting on a clean-lined wrought iron base, this standout dresser features a spacious four-drawer top that's covered in églomisé glass.
Resting on a clean-lined, deep bronze base, this piece features a boxy three-drawer top that's covered in textural faux shagreen and accented with a contrast bone inlay.
Perched on gold-finished iron framework with a parquetry top made of cherry, mahogany, and oak, we love how this modern side table brings warmth and shine to its surroundings. And because it boasts slender dimensions, it works well in just about any room of the house.
Perfect as a side table or slender nightstand, this piece pairs gently flared, silvery wrought iron legs with a boxy top that's covered in textural faux shagreen and accented with contrast bone inlay.
This campaign chest embodies an heirloom-worthy look with a sturdy oak frame and banded leather accents reinforced with brass rivets. A hinged top opens to reveal a fitted interior, while three drawers lined in vintage maps offer additional storage space.
We love how a faux-shagreen overlay adds texture and a hint of the exotic to this otherwise classically shaped wall mirror.
Resting on a clean-lined, gilded iron base, this knockout features a boxy three-drawer top that's covered in églomisé glass.
Pairing an Argentinian walnut body and tapered brass framework, we love how this sleek nightstand outfits the room with a decidedly contemporary feel. Three drawers offer a bounty of bedside storage space.
Sure to be the focal point of a master bedroom, this elegant canopy bed is crafted with oak, brass, and iron, showcasing exceptional craftsmanship with its intricately turned legs, scalloped headboard, and weathered gray finish. Mattress and box spring required.
Framed in acacia with walnut-finished trim, this rectangular wall mirror feels right at home in any room of the house.
Add an element of countryside charm to the dining room with this ladderback side chair, expertly carved of oak with a caned rush seat and double stretcher. A natural stain protects the wood's pronounced grain.