Drawing upon a room’s past for its inspiration, a Thomas Jayne interior reflects a strong connection to time and place. Seeking out details that will deepen and enliven a room’s decoration, the NYC-based designer and author filters a space’s history through a clear-eyed prism of present-day practicality and lifestyles. Praised for its unique approach and quality, his work has appeared in Architectural Digest’s AD100 and Elle Decor’s A-List and has won the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art’s Arthur Ross Award for Interior Design.
Perched proudly on cabriole legs, this sleek black
coffee table is crafted from eco-friendly rubberwood layered in prized cherry veneer. We love how a curvy apron adds drama and whimsy to its otherwise traditional silhouette.
Hand-carved of eco-friendly mango wood coated in a
rich black stain, this decadent coffee table invokes Spanish and Gothic influences. Finished with a swirling marble inlay for a pop of bold contrast. Designed by Selamat and inspired by the textiles ...