With a chic 3,500-square-foot Long Island City design studio overlooking the iconic Manhattan skyline, Mississippi-born designer John Lyle could be described as a true Southern New Yorker. Over the course of an inspiring 25-year career he has created furniture, accessories, and unique interior spaces that reflect a multidimensional sophistication and the perfect mix of classical and creative. His designs, which include stainless-steel furniture, are internationally collected and coveted for their chic silhouettes, luxe materials, and impeccable craftsmanship.
Sure to the be focal point of a
dining space or bar, this artful stool features an X-shaped stretcher and splat, a curved, boxy top rail, and a chic faux-ostrich leather cushion. Its hand-forged steel frame is sealed with a ...
Pair of 19th-century hand-carved copper leaf wooden rectangular
3" deep frames in bas relief to resemble knotty pine tree bark with a gold leaf inner border. No hanging hardware. Inner dimensions, 17.5"L x 47"H.
Offering a modern take on a classic sawhorse
design, this wrought iron rendition includes X-shaped reinforcements and an elegant gold-leaf finish. A clear glass top allows you to marvel at the remarkable craftsmanship of its interlocking frame.