Beautiful Parq Life Collection by Lee Broom

British designer Lee Broom has designed the glamorous Parq Life collection that expanded the portolio of the studio Deadgood. Well-known for creating furniture with an unmistakably British sense of fun and eccentricity, Deadgood studio has now one more creative collection to add to its portolio.

This amazing collection features a sideboard, coffee table, lamp and side table. Every piece was made by combining the traditional herringbone pattern of parquetry flooring with contemporary curves. Broom manages to transform this time-old technique into a superb modern-day collection. For all the, pieces a sleek, satin-finished walnut veneer is used with complementing brass accents. This aspect makes them appear to be made from solid wood which gently curves.

All of these pieces are perfect for both a traditional and modern design. If you don’t have the space for all of them in one room or, simply, don’t want them together, this can work too because it creates continuity throughout the place. Moreover, the lamp includes a cotton lampshade, a braided cable and inline switch.

If you want to give your house a high style finish then the Parq Life Collection is the best choice for you. With easy to maintain beautiful pieces, this collection has clean lines that show off all the elements.{found on freshome}.



Published by in Furniture, on January 30th, 2012

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