Using only domestically sourced woods from either salvaged trees, or wind and/or storm damaged trees, Hudson Furniture Inc. features furniture with organic lines and geometric forms that employ traditional joinery techniques and hand rubbed oil finishes. We love that you can choose the dimensions and finishes to customize many of the designs to work with your space. Their lighting collection ranges from wood and metal floor and table lamps to elaborate crystal chandeliers, wall sconces and modern pendants. Don’t their charming tables and lights inspire many interior design ideas?
The Knight Base shown in Bronze with Claro Walnut top is a gorgeous mix of shiny bronze and warm wood. The combination of surfaces and the shape of the base are so harmonious.
The eight light Candles and Spirits oval chandelier is composed of iron, a gloss nickel finish and clear Swarovski crystals. We like the organic, sculptural style of this chandelier.
The Lipstick end table is composed of stacked layers of solid wood, gloss nickel, polished bronze, plexi, black and gray lacquer. Nice juxtaposition of the varying materials.
The Bee Table Lamp is sold as a pair. The claro walnut base on a steel platform with a brown linen shade is both organic and sleek. Each lamp is unique in shape and wood grain. We can think of quite a few decorating ideas for these lovely lamps.
Love the grain that wraps from the top to the sides on the Miter coffee table? Made of solid claro walnut, the simple shape and butterfly joints keep the focus on the gorgeous wood.
The bronze metal Cotis Globe pendant lamp has a gorgeous patina finish. This feels like an industrial antique.
Add drama to your den design by adding this dramatic console table. It has an inlaid petrified wood top on a solid bronze base. Designed by Hudson Furniture Inc., it’s the only repository of legally harvested petrified wood in New York.
Designed by Barlas Baylar, the Atlantis Chandelier recalls antique crystal ship chandeliers. This is a stunning modern interpretation in nickel.
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