Golden Gate Bar Stool58-063
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Golden Gate Bar Stool 58-063
If you must pose, pose on this. As far as anyone knows, we only go around once. So, behave accordingly. The designs of Francis Elkins generously reward the viewer's every glance, and some will be the most graceful drinking companions you'll ever behold. This charming stool is inspired by the original design of Frances Elkins, circa 1940. White Oak frame. Tight seat with French natural brass nailhead trim. Foot rail with patinaed bronze trim. Available in Oak finishes. Also available in counter height (see 58-062)
- Width: 14" (35.56 cm)
- Depth: 14" (35.56 cm)
- Height: 30" (76.2 cm)
- Arm Height: 0" (0 cm)
- Seat Height: 30" (76.2 cm)
- Charred Oak
- Cerused Oak
- Cerused Bark
- Cerused White
- Cerused Grey
- Cerused Charcoal
- Cerused Coffee
Featuring the perfect blend of transitional and classical design, the Metropolitan Collection is the epitome of understated elegance. Curated for those searching for the beauty of traditional pieces paired with the bold design of modernism, this collection represents simplicity and purity of style.
TruexTruex by Scott Himmel for Karges
In the early 1930’s, a young American from the middle west attended the Paris branch of The Parsons School of Design. He stayed on to become an instructor and ultimately director. His name: Van Day Truex. At the onset of World War II, Truex moved to New York and became president of Parsons, recruiting the greatest interior decorators of the day as both teachers and guest critics. From 1947-1960, New York was the world capital of the decorative arts and at it’s center was The Parsons School and Truex who believed the rooms we live in should be nothing less than a celebration of the lives we lead. It is our mission to bring back the best of this era to contemporary interiors as a special collection within Karges by Hand. The name is in honor of Truex, inspiration comes not solely from Van, but from those he inspired as his era continues to inspire us.
“There’s a difference between existing and living.”-Van Day Truex
Scott Himmel“Truex is ".... a curated line of pieces designed for individual clients, not mass production."”
Although an Architect by formal education and training, Scott Himmel describes himself as an interior architect, interior designer and furniture designer. He has been the Principal of his own firm for over 40 years and is always looking to keep freshly abreast about all manner of the interior design industry. Himmel is the mastermind behind Truex and his brilliant interpretation of post-WWII American interior designers is evident throughout the collection. He interprets Truex as “....a curated line of pieces designed for individual clients, not mass production “.