The Interior Review
INTRODUCING JET SET
Drawing on 1940s French influence with a modern flair, our newly arrived Jet Set collection is your design passport to the luxe lifestyle. The exclusive Bernhardt collection offers a complete selection of bedroom, dining, and occasional pieces that open the doors to everyday extravagance.
Starting with the striking bedroom collection, Jet Set offers a worldly take on dramatic, yet refined, style. Standout pieces of the collection include the two-tone dresser—bedecked with rows of gold ring pulls, this dresser defines glamour with bonded leather drawer fronts and a ribbon-striped veneer frame.
The fashion and jewelry-inspired theme continues into the dining pieces, including a bangle bracelet dining table and a quilted, bonded leather bar. Accents of brass and gold leaf appear throughout, offering lavish touches that can be incorporated with ease.
The occasional tables complete the Jet Set collection, and the versatile pieces lend style and function to any room in the home— most notably the nesting tables. Designed with shutter detailing and a gold leaf finish, this pair of nesting tables can be arranged together or separately for an equally gilded impact.
So whether you’re jaunting off to exotic locales or you just have a taste for the extra special, Jet Set creates an undeniable ambiance of style and glamour to come home to.
ORGANIZING TIPS FROM THE PROS
Spring cleaning is in the air, and we don’t know about you, but we’re ready to bring on the organization. But since the road to order is paved with overflowing drawers and closet clutter, we desperately needed some expert advice—so we asked the pros at our Design Studio to share their secrets. Read on to get insider tips and tricks of the organizing trade.
1. Always do a to-scale floor plan before buying new furniture. Make your mistakes on paper, not by buying furniture that’s too small or large for the space.
2. Avoid duplicates. For example, make a deal with yourself that you will donate one vase whenever you get a new one. You probably only need three or four vases at most, and anything beyond that just takes up unnecessary space. Apply the same principle to your kids—make a deal that each time they get a new toy, they have to choose one that they want to donate. Bring them somewhere they can actually give the toy to a child and appreciate the impact of generosity.