The Studio - NY
Master antiquarians and twin brothers Leigh and Leslie Keno have seen their fair share of exquisite furnishings over the years. They've turned this expertise and passion into a collection of heirloom-worthy designs for luxury furnishings brand Theodore Alexander—each piece displaying impeccable attention to detail and a beautiful mastery of form.
Beautiful slices of flame walnut wood with the added element of surprise: movable, hinged triangular sections. This piece reflects a lifelong passion for hand-wrought hinges and all things mechanical. When two “slice” tables are put together, the tables can be configured as either round or serpentine.
This sleek accent table features beautiful wild rosewood veneer and a curved stainless-steel base.
This sleek and simple cocktail tables marries timeless style with smart practicality. It's crafted from acacia veneer, mahogany, and brass.
Constructed of luscious wild rosewood, this side table is chic yet extremely functional as a charging station and is fitted with an LED nightlight. The top is cantilevered top and the charging station is hidden under a pop-up lid.
This table embodies the essence of the S-shaped line which the British artist and philosopher William Hogarth called the “line of beauty.” This line is based on the curves of the human body. Multiple curves with their undulations, peaks, and dips lead the viewer’s eye on a chase. Here, the Keno brothers offer a fresh and bold new spin on the Rococo table form in two rich shades of ofram veneer.
From its simple silhouette to the fine grain of the rosewood veneers to the gleaming brass details, this timeless piece will round out a room.