The Paloma Dining Chair.
The Elroy Chair.
The Lancaster Four Post Bed.
Gretchen Everett's custom tables.
The Claridge Dresser.
Flitch Modular.
Ligne Roset’s Amédée chair.
The Saint Tropez Chair.
The Oslo queen wall-bed (closed). Photo courtesy Clei/Resource Furniture
The Oslo queen wall-bed (open). Photo courtesy Clei/Resource Furniture

Style Watch

Locally sourced furnishings freshen up interiors with creativity and flair

The curvaceous Paloma Dining Chair from Jessica Charles combines clean lines and comfortable tufted cushioning. Choose from a host of fabric and leather upholstery options; wood frames come in 31 finishes. Available at Sheffield Furniture & Interiors in Rockville and Dulles.;

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’s sculptural Elroy Chair is Mid-Century Modern-inspired, with a round back and curved, off-kilter seat balanced on a thin, black metal frame and legs. Available in fabric or leather at DC and Tysons Corner locations.

The Lancaster Four Post Bed was conceived by designer Marshall Watson as part of his furniture collection for Ferrell Mittman. Made of ash, the bedstead boasts hammered-steel finials and an upholstered headboard secured to the posts with hammered-steel rings. Available through Hines & Company in DC.;

DC-area drapery maven Gretchen Everett has launched a line of custom, handcrafted tables using the materials she employs for her window-treatment hardware—brass and polished-nickel for the bases and acrylic for the removable, cantilevered tops, which also come in hide or leather.

Part of Roche Bobois’s Nouveaux Classiques furniture line, the two-drawer Claridge Dresser is pictured in a frame of solid cherry with veneers in cherry and beech. The made-in-Europe piece is available in a range of materials, colors and dimensions at Roche Bobois’s Northwest DC showroom.

Flitch Modular, a system of boxes that can be stacked—and rearranged—to create the cabinet, table, bench or console that fits your needs. Made of maple with walnut or painted drawer fronts. Available at Creative Classics in Alexandria.

With the goal of achieving good lumbar support, Marie Christine Dorner designed Ligne Roset’s Amédée sofa and chair with the bucket seats of Italian automobiles in mind. The armchair (pictured) is offered with a swivel base. The collection is made in France and available at Ligne Roset in DC’s Upper Georgetown and District Wharf.

The ergonomically crafted, polycarbonate Saint Tropez Chair by Calligaris sports the look of quilted material. It comes in transparent and opaque hues with wood or metal legs; a height-adjustable version is perfect for office use. Made in Italy and available at Calligaris in Cady’s Alley and Tysons Corner.

When closed, the Oslo queen wall-bed system features a sofa with tight seat and cushions fixed to a back panel. When open, the panel lowers to reveal a queen-sized bed. The sofa seat hides storage and the whole unit integrates with other modular closet and shelf systems. Available at Resource Furniture in Cady’s Alley.