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.
This extendable dining table is crafted entirely of
maple with beautifully turned legs and a removable extension leaf. Finished in white, we love how its contrasting slatted top celebrates the organic beauty of the wood. Comfortably seats anywhere from six ...
Solid oak coffee table with a banded, curved
edge and a copper-plated top by Thomasville. Stands on thick turned legs connected with an H-stretcher. Hand-refinished by Mission Avenue Studio.
English oak side table with an oval top
with a scalloped edge, following down to a simple apron and support on hand-turned barley twist legs, joined by stretchers. Circa 1900. Raised on turned feet. Slight wear to finish on top. ...