The Rhode Island-based Studio Dunn have just launched their new collection at the ICFF, and it's an all-American affair, drawing inspiration from the 'richness of American heritage, its tradition of invention, and its resulting prosperity.'
The 'Heiress' Collection unites the ideas of industry and luxury in the form of some very nice wooden furniture indeed.
Dunn drew insight from the American Industrial Revolution which began over 200 years ago in Pawtucket, and Newport, Rhode Island - places where the population prospered greatly from industry, commerce, and trade.
So, these pieces are aptly named after heiresses of Rhode Island; may we introduce you to the 'Tessie' Chair, 'Doris' Dining Table, 'Alletta' Mirror, and the 'Gloria' Side Table.
Beautifully crafted, cleverly detailed and definitely something we'd like to inherit.