Explore Four Hands

April 28, 2019


Loungers rejoice! This is the couch for you. The Bloor sofa is notable for its generous depth, wide cushions, and thick arms. It’s form follows function, and lends space for sprawling, lackadaisical leaning, and all other kinds of comfortable relaxation.  

The Bloor isn’t just comfortable-- it’s configurable. We have no doubt that you’ll find a fit for your space between three fabric and one leather option. You’ll have your choice between a soft worn charcoal velvet, an ivory white textured linen, a creamy gray heavily textured fabric, and a supple top grain umber black leather.

Chance Chair

You’ll be lounging in sophistication with this amazing piece. Characterized by its precise channel stitching, and texture highlighting dark siena brushed parawood frame, the Chance Chair carries a rugged masculine energy. This chair is available in two fabric, and two leather options, and if you’re really ready to lean into this vibe-- as a recliner.

For our showroom floor, we chose the linen natural fabric option. It’s a lightly textured, and airy linen that’s slightly off white which lends a softly vintage feel.

Colorado End Table

This piece is the epitome of understated, and works in both an indoor and outdoor settings. The concrete adopts alluring shapes as modern geometry plays with nature’s petal form. The gray tone is intricately etched for artistic intrigue.

Flatweave Faded Block Print Rug

Rugs are amazingly transformative! This one is whimsically classic, with a range of stripes sporting pale geometric motifs. This authentic Dhurrie rug is hand-knotted from 100% cotton.

Jay Entry Mirror

This mirror is another practical and easy way to mix up your space this Spring. It’s simple and adaptable to your life. Its slim black iron frame features a rectangular mirror, that’s easily adjustable to your height. It also comes with moveable hooks to offer handy options for hanging hats, handbags, or keys.

Monarch Magazine Rack

If you’re just looking for small touches to add new life to your space, the Monarch is an easy and practical choice. This piece feels masculine, and industrial by combining smooth black leather top, with textured burlap on the bottom. The Monarch provides valuable storage for magazines or books, that’s particularly valuable in smaller spaces, while also serving as a classic end table.

Tucker Sliding Door Media Console

The Tucker is bright and refreshing. It pairs a high lacquered white with a warm walnut. This piece comes with options, whether it’s for the office, a media stand, a bed, dresser, nightstands, or desk.

Valley + Shadow by Jess Engle

Jess Engle is an artist with a mission-- to make beautiful work that makes people feel extraordinary. Based in Austin, Texas she draws inspiration from her upbringing in Africa. Valley + Shadow feature simple yet eye catching lines and shapes that play with ideas of form and contrast. Printed on watercolor paper, and set in a white-washed maple frame, they’re striking and museum worthy.