The Studio - NY
Yes, a kitchen needs to be functional. But as your home’s hub, it also deserves to be beautiful. Traditional seating, timeless dinnerware, and collected accents: This mix has everything you need to create a space you can enjoy every day.
A giclée reproduction of a botanical illustration from 1810. Printed in archival inks, this piece comes beautifully framed in black wood molding with diagonal beaded detailing.
This set of two hand-hammered copper wine coasters adds warmth and charm to any gathering. They provide beautiful presentation for a bottle of wine, all while protecting surfaces from condensation and drips.
This round mirror adds an artistic glamour to any room or dressing area. Use it as a complement to soft edges or as a contrast to straight, clean lines.
This mahogany-framed side chair boasts an eye-catching back with a contemporary appeal. The stunning piece has a black finish with a contrasting white cotton seat.
An extending top dining table with an impressive column plinth base in a rustic java finish. The table is crafted of acacia, a hardwood prized for its durability and its sinuous grain.
This red-and-white lemon juicer is crafted of porcelain and painted in stunning detail. Its smart design keeps seeds separated and allows you to go from juicing to pouring in one step.
This water pitcher has brass handles which give you a better grip when pouring that glass of water. Made with solid copper, it is perfect for any occasion.
A hallmark of refined, rustic charm, this expressive dining is beautifully carved of pine with a tiered base and X-shaped support beams. We love the organic, swirling grain of the wood. Seats up to six.
Hung together or separately, these captivating floral giclée prints bring any wall into bloom. Each work is set in a raked gold-finished frame.
Intricate carvings on the frame and a soft seat upholstered in cotton bring a luxurious, elegant, and airy look to this classic side chair.
A set of two charming honey bee designs, each an archival giclée reproduction of a mid-19th century illustration. The works come beautifully framed in wood molding detailed with a subtle bee motif. Presented with off-white acid-free mats.
With lovely tonal variations that suggest the rings of a tree trunk, this watercolor print adds subtle beauty to the wall. This is a giclée reproduction of the original painting, set off with a white linen liner and a wood frame with an antique silver finish.
A vivid, high-quality print taken from Monet's beautiful painting of a garden, with red poppies at the height of their bloom and a farmhouse in the background. Claude Monet was a founder of French Impressionist painting; the term itself is derived from the title of his painting "Impression, Sunrise (Impression, soleil levant)." Custom frame.
Exclusive to One Kings Lane: This captivating work from Mary H. Case uses geometric and organic forms to recapture memories and images from the artist's childhood. Printed on fine-art paper, matted, and displayed in a wood frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.
This stately mirror features a chevron patterned, solid wood frame finished with a light gray glaze. Mirror has a generous 1 1/4" bevel. May be hung either horizontally or vertically.
This rustic-chic mirror frame is made of distressed, hammered aluminum with burnished edges and rustic bronze details. The mirror itself has a generous 1.25-inch bevel. Can be hung horizontally or vertically.
A fine-art giclée on canvas of the classic 1876 painting, "The Parc Monceau" by Claude Monet. Situated on the boulevard de Courcelles in Paris and surrounded by fashionable town houses, the Parc Monceau was planned in the late eighteenth century in the form of an English garden. Monet painted three views of the park in the spring of 1876. This one, shown at the 1877 Impressionist exhibition, focuses on the swaths of green grass and blooming trees. This piece arrives in a custom-made golden wood frame.
Exclusive to One Kings Lane: This captivating work from Mary H. Case uses geometric and organic forms to recapture memories and images from the artist's childhood. Printed on fine-art paper, matted, and displayed in a bronze wood frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.
This blue-and-white lemon juicer is crafted of porcelain and painted in stunning detail. Its smart design keeps seeds separated and allows you to go from juicing to pouring in one step.
A fine-art giclée reproduction on canvas of "Landscape in the Jura Mountains (Jura Landschaft bei Romanel)" (1900) by Swiss painter Félix Edouard Vallotton, who was associated with the Post-Impressionist group "Les Nabis." The Jura is a sub-alpine mountain range separating the Rhine and the Rhone rivers. Custom frame.