Glamorous black and gold dining room in kitchen with hide rug on Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Shoreditch Dining Table)

I’ve been poring over CB2’s January catalog and their new collection is full of stunning new pieces with a high design look that’s particularly impressive for their price point. There’s a strong sense of simplicity in the furniture, which translates to a bold confidence that seems to be taking the brand in a strong direction for the start of 2017. Like west elm, I’m seeing an emphasis on luxe materials, but CB2 adds a unique spin with pieces like this burl dining table (under $1,000)! I also see a lot of detailed, sculptural pieces in the collection – see the Scissor console and Mosaico “statement” chair. Their pieces are showcased in interiors of traditional, modern, and eclectic global architecture for the catalog, and I think it gives a great sense of the range and versatility of the furniture when it comes to mixing styles in different settings. While the burl table was an instant favorite, the perforated brass tables and this heftier interpretation of the classic Ceusca chair also caught my attention. See more of the collection and catalog below.


Simple classic office with console table and gold chair on Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Bicoastal Rug)

Eclectic global dining room with stained glass window and pendant lights on Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Makan Dining Chair)

Modern office design with gold perforated desk on Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Perforated Marble Desk)

(Antonio Acrylic Chair)

Modern dining room with gold chairs and fiddle leaf fig tree on Thou Swell @thouswellblog(Rouka Velvet Chair)


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  1. Kayla Krantz wrote:

    Thanks for sharing the new CB2 collection, I adore it all. The sapphire blue velvet chair is especially captivating, I love the brushed brass feet cap detail.

    Posted 1.22.17 Reply
  2. nancy wrote:

    Sorry I can’t help myself. You’re too awesome to let you make this mistake: “When talking about carefully reading books, wills, or other documents, pore is the verb that you’re looking for. Pore means “to read or study with great attention.” You pore over books. Pour, on the other hand, means “to send flowing or falling,” as in He poured a cup of coffee.Oct 3, 2016
    Pore Over vs. Pour Over | Dictionary.com Blog
    Dictionary.com › blog › pore-over-vs-pour…”

    Posted 1.19.17 Reply
  3. Just hung some new CB2 pieces in my home office, and now this new collection is threatening my bank account!

    Posted 1.19.17 Reply
  4. I’m loving the velvet chair! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

    Posted 1.18.17 Reply

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