The Niermann Weeks Tissage Dining Table.
The Jasmine pendant by Mitzi.
Roche Bobois's Maison Lacroix Chair.
Jonathan Adler's Bacharach Settee.

Must-Haves: Brass Comeback

Once relegated to grandma’s attic, this forgotten finish has re-emerged as a hip furnishings accent

HANDCRAFTED  Interwoven metal curves form the base of the Niermann Weeks Tissage Dining Table. Handcrafted in the company’s workshop near Annapolis, the sculptural creation is topped with a floating, bevel-edged glass top. Price on request. niermannweeks.com

LIGHT SHOW  The polished-brass Jasmine pendant by Mitzi, an offshoot of Hudson Valley Lighting, sports an eye-catching, “open-cage” design. Available in two sizes; $198 and $248. hudsonvalleylighting.com

BOLD STATEMENT  Part of Christian Lacroix Maison for Roche Bobois, the Maison Lacroix Chair makes a bold statement. The beech chair is upholstered in graphic Cabanon fabric, with legs finished in contrasting brass. $1,470. roche-bobois.com

CHIC CURVES  At 60 inches wide, the Bacharach Settee by Jonathan Adler is ideal for small spaces. The curvaceous seat is upholstered in Rialto Ash velvet and paired with an architectural, brushed-brass base. $3,950; jonathanadler.com