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8 Of The Best Designs Using Brass Inlay

Posted on Nov 11, 2016 by

Light geometric lines of gleaming brass add a subtle linear element to dark wood furniture and visual interest through a pattern that is intriguing but not overpowering. There’s a fine line to get right; we prove that design is in the detail.

1. Dante table, price upon request, asherisraelow.com

Solid brass inlay outlines the construction of this low table in American Walnut. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 8 of the best fine lined designs.

Solid brass inlay outlines the construction of this low table in American Walnut
Image courtesy of Asher Israelow studio

2. Set on a solid plinth base, this solid mango wood cabinet features a brass line pattern across its doors. The charcoal stain further enhances this linear detailing and the modern appearance. With three removable interior shelves, the unit could easily function as a practical media unit.

Brass inlay cabinet, $649, CB2.com

The charcoal stain further enhances this linear detailing and modern appearance. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 8 of the best fine lined designs.

The charcoal stain further enhances this linear detailing and modern appearance
Image courtesy of CB2

3. Melrose drinks cabinet, £1,255, houseoffraser. co.uk

This contemporary piece is made from solid Acacia wood and brass hardware. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 8 of the best fine lined designs.

This contemporary piece is made from solid Acacia wood and brass hardware
Image courtesy of House of Fraser

4. Furniture designer Asher Israelow is based at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. His studio specialises in original, small batch pieces. And the subtle line detail in this double bed is typical of the designer’s considered approach to traditional joinery.

Adrift bed, price upon request, asherisraelow.com

This simple platform design is elevated with a rich touch of inlay. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 8 of the best fine lined designs.

This simple platform design is elevated with a rich touch of inlay
Image courtesy of Asher Israelow Studio

5. The Anderson furniture collection at made.com has a contemporary industrial luxe look. The brass covered recess and ultra-slim handles are the defining features of this eye-catching mango wood sideboard.

Anderson sideboard in mango wood, £599, made.com

A brass covered recess and ultra-slim handles are the defining features of this mango wood sideboard. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 8 of the best fine lined designs.

A brass covered recess and ultra-slim handles are the defining features of this mango wood sideboard
Image courtesy of Made.com

6. The 30mm thick top of this elegant side table is inlaid with a brass profile, the attention to detail lifting the piece and making it even more desirable. The satin finish enhances the high-end appearance.

Sola side table, £795, m-dex-design.co.uk

The Sola collection launched at London Design Fair and comprises of three side tables, lighting and a mirror. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 8 of the best fine lined designs.

The Sola collection launched at London Design Fair and comprises of three side tables, lighting and a mirror
Image courtesy of M Dex Design

7. The Beam cupboard by Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek combines raw timber and polished brass to striking effect, taking on the appearance of a stack of beams on a plinth.

The Beam cupboard, £20,660, scp.co.uk

The Beam cupboard by Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek combines raw timber and polished brass. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 8 of the best fine lined designs.

The Beam cupboard by Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek combines raw timber and polished brass
Image courtesy of SCP

8. Walnut Knuckle pendant, £100, talaled.com

This beautiful hardwood design was spotted at designjunction. Read as the Warehouse Home team share 8 of the best fine lined designs.

This beautiful hardwood design was spotted at designjunction
Image courtesy of talaled.com

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