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Upholstery with contrast piping. Lamps with tasseled pull chains. Ceramic garden stools with hand-painted motifs. These are the sort of details you expect from custom furnishings. But you will also find them in our new—and affordably priced—One Kings Lane Open House collection.

Designed in-house, the new brand offers our signature elegance-meets-exuberance to those who love the style but seek a more accessible price point. It also allows for some near-instant gratification: While made-to-order pieces can take weeks to craft, One Kings Lane Open House is in stock and ready to ship.

The raffia-wrapped Abilene tables pair woven raffia and sleek brass for twice the texture.

The raffia-wrapped Abilene tables pair woven raffia and sleek brass for twice the texture.

The design team made sure that quality, durability, and allure were emphasized at least as much as affordability. “Influences stemmed from classic silhouettes and timeless yet interesting print and pattern mixes,” says One Kings Lane president Debbie Propst. “Great attention was paid to materials and to details.”

The Abilene coffee table, console, side table, and mirror, for instance, are wrapped in raffia, giving the simple silhouettes an unexpected texture. Brass hardware adds a flash of metallic gleam.

The Eleanor slipper chair is available in three upholstery options, including this gray-and-white toile. The glossy finish of the double-gourd Corinne table lamp in celadon provides a textural contrast to the raffia of the Abilene mirror and console.

The Eleanor slipper chair is available in three upholstery options, including this gray-and-white toile. The glossy finish of the double-gourd Corinne table lamp in celadon provides a textural contrast to the raffia of the Abilene mirror and console.

Debbie’s favorites include the Eleanor slipper chair, available in three upholstery options: ivory with pale blue piping, a red-and-blue floral with a decided chinoiserie influence, and a toile whose color combo of gray and white gives the classic pattern a contemporary lift. “This is the most perfect slipper chair,” Debbie enthuses. “It’s just the right proportion for every room, and the details make it timeless but so modern.”

Another piece she loves is the Huntley console: “Functional yet stylish, it’s a must-have. A bamboo-style frame is painted in a modern tortoiseshell finish with aged-gold hardware. It’s Chippendale style through the lens of One Kings Lane.” Like many other Open House pieces, it can work in various rooms—as a sideboard in the dining room, a sofa table in the living room, a place to stash mail and keys in the  entry.

With a tabletop, a shelf, and two drawers, the Huntley console offers a wealth of storage—and at 42 inches wide, it’s well suited for small and larger spaces alike. Here it is flanked by Calais side chairs upholstered in a tailored stripe. The frame of the round Beatrix mirror accentuates the gold tones of the console’s ferrules and drawer knobs.

With a tabletop, a shelf, and two drawers, the Huntley console offers a wealth of storage—and at 42 inches wide, it’s well suited for small and larger spaces alike. Here it is flanked by Calais side chairs upholstered in a tailored stripe. The frame of the round Beatrix mirror accentuates the gold tones of the console’s ferrules and drawer knobs.

Although there are multiple collections within Open House, they’ve been designed to mix and match. The gilded bands and the base and neck of the Halley and Corinne table lamps complement the corner brackets of the Huntley wall mirror and the square drawer pulls of the Ambrose tables; the Felicity sofas, the Eleanor camelback settees, and Valerie pillow-top ottomans are upholstered in solids and prints in blues, grays, and whites that play beautifully together, especially when accented with the solid and patterned pillows in myriad sizes and shapes.

“Open House is designed to be layered, accessible, and livable,” Debbie says. Granted, we’re a bit biased, but we think that once you see the assortment, you’ll agree.

In addition to furniture, One Kings Lane Open House includes lamps, mirrors, pillows, and even art, such as the pieces above. Resting on the Eleanor camelback sofa in ivory are the Alana lumbar pillow in blue-and-white stripes and the Maura pillow in the same gray toile as the Eleanor slipper chairs. The striped Shani rug in indigo/ivory ties everything together.

In addition to furniture, One Kings Lane Open House includes lamps, mirrors, pillows, and even art, such as the pieces above. Resting on the Eleanor camelback sofa in ivory are the Alana lumbar pillow in blue-and-white stripes and the Maura pillow in the same gray toile as the Eleanor slipper chairs. The striped Shani rug in indigo/ivory ties everything together.

The well-edited palette of Open House makes it easy to mix patterns for a rich layered look. Case in point: the Eleanor camelback settee in indigo sprig, the blue-and-white striped Squires ottomans, and sitting atop the Huntley bar cart, the Archer table lamp.

The well-edited palette of Open House makes it easy to mix patterns for a rich layered look. Case in point: the Eleanor camelback settee in indigo sprig, the blue-and-white striped Squires ottomans, and sitting atop the Huntley bar cart, the Archer table lamp.

Rubbed-bronze corner tabs elevate the Squires ottoman, seen here in vermilion flora. Bonus: The lid lifts to reveal hidden storage.

Rubbed-bronze corner tabs elevate the Squires ottoman, seen here in vermilion flora. Bonus: The lid lifts to reveal hidden storage.

Many of the Open House rugs sport tassels on their corners. All are woven of either jute or jute and cotton, jute being the softest of the natural fibers used for floor coverings.
 

Many of the Open House rugs sport tassels on their corners. All are woven of either jute or jute and cotton, jute being the softest of the natural fibers used for floor coverings.

 

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