Durable frames made from kiln-dried hardwoods are the foundation of Massoud furniture. Traditional pieces begin with French and English silhouettes that are enhanced for maximum comfort. Sofas, for example, are larger in scale with deeper seats to fit lots of throw pillows, while classic wingback chairs are given a slight recline.
Massoud also constructs furniture in a modern aesthetic. The angular lines of its contemporary pieces have a clean look that allows details, such as stitching, to really stand out. The simplicity won’t overpower a room, and the pieces mix well with traditional styles for a well-rounded, eclectic look.
Taking inspiration from all corners of the globe, a number of Massoud’s pieces showcase exotic prints. Materials often used for rugs are woven in a way that makes them cuttable as fabrics, not to mention comfortable enough for furniture. Leathers, hides, and accents such as nail-head trim add distinction to a space.