Rotsen Furniture, another of our sponsors for #BlogTourNYC, is best known for making one-off high end pieces for luxury hotels and aspirational residential dwellings, but the thing that makes their furniture even more beautiful, is their origin. Rotsen melds wood from decaying bridges, old barns and demolished structures, harvested from fallen, well preserved trees, or from sustainable plantaAons, allowing the wood to be regenerated into something simply stunning. Above is their Ibocai Wood Side table with a brushed stainless steel base; usually you would associate textured and grainy wood with a rustic piece of furniture but due to the simple shape, clean lines and brushed stainless steel base, Rotsen Furniture have created a contemporary piece with style and charm. Another favourite of mine is this Single Tamburil SlabDesk and as it says, it has been made with one single slab of wood. Again, I love the combination of reclaimed wood teamed with a contrasting metal base; a great way to add warmth and depth to a contemporary piece. As with all of their furniture, you have Customization options with wood Sizes, Woods, Base Finishes, Legs Design and Material. Furniture can also be customized to the clients particular specifications.
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Pippa Jameson is an experienced Interior Stylist, Art Director, Consultant and TV Designer who has worked in London and abroad for the past 20 years. This site was started as a way for Pippa to share her industry knowledge of current interiors news and trends, whilst having a behind the scenes glimpse of a life in the day of a Stylist.