This elegant ottoman flaunts a beguilingly curved silhouette and sophisticated biased welting, nailhead trim detailing and a hand-applied glossy black finish. Exposed wood base.
You can see at a glance that Wesley Hall’s sofas, chairs, and ottomans will enhance just about any setting. But what you can’t see is how carefully constructed each piece is: thick maple frames, eight-way hand-tied springs, solid webbing, exquisite tailoring. The result is furniture, handcrafted in North Carolina, that’s as comfortable and durable as it is beautiful.
A vinyl-upholstered ottoman with brass legs by Paul
McCobb for Calvin; circa 1955.Fred Bernstein developed an interest in interiors during his years as a stylist with fashion photographers like Albert Watson and Steven Klein, Inspired by his growing collection of ...