Dubbed “the Mixmaster” by the shelter press, interior designer Eric Cohler expertly fuses classical and contemporary elements and marries layers of unexpected textures and colors. A frequent speaker and panelist, Cohler designs fabrics, furniture, and rugs for Lee Jofa and lighting for Visual Comfort. President and First Lady Obama selected one of his fabrics for the White House family dining room. His second book, Cohler on Art, is due out in 2015. He curated this sale with personally selected pieces from his house in southwest Georgia.
Set of three Tibetan nesting tables, featuring sleek
modern lines with an aged traditional red lacquer finish. Large table, 24"L x 12"W x 23"H; medium table, 12"L x 12"W x 23"H; small table, 10"L x 10"W x 19"H. Shows wear, ...
Framed in rubberwood with cherry veneer and a
glossy burgundy hue, this octagon-shaped side table provides a vibrant, sleek base for stacking plants, objets, and cocktails. Detailed with fluted molding and notched corners for a splash of Chinoiserie-inspired elegance.
Midcentury Asian-style coffee table by Drexel. Ebony black
base with elm burl wood and glass top, featuring allover chinoiserie design in antiqued gold and red. Minor paint loss, scuffs at feet.