With a weathered finish and a classically styled, wood top, this piece is meticulously carved with charming touches.
The understated elegance of Parisian decor, the informal ease of the South of France, and the rustic refinement of the French countryside inspired Jacques and Henessy Wayser to found French Heritage in Los Angeles in 1981. The company lavishes the same attention to detail on the construction of its furniture and accessories as it does on their design.
This charming oval side table combines elegant design
details with sleek and convenient storage. Featuring a rich, hand rubbed finish with light distressing and two drawers with antique brass finished hardware.
Formal needn’t mean stuffy, as evidenced in this
table that showcases the softer side of Louis style. A warm cherry wood top and creamy cabriole legs will add captivating style and timeless appeal to any decor. Framed in mahogany.
19th-century French cherry side table. The top has
a beveled edge, following down to a simple apron with a molded edge and wonderfully hand turned legs, joined by a serpentine cross stretcher. Raised on hand-turned feet. Slight staining on top, ...