Limité is perhaps our most exclusive furniture and design offering. Each of the pieces highlighted on this page were created in either extremely 'limited' numbers, or custom designed for customers at their request.
If you'd like to talk to us about one of these pieces, or if one of the pieces on this page inspires you, we'd love to talk about building something special for you.
Read the descriptions below to learn more about some of these custom pieces:
We designed and built these custom storage carts for a salon with great taste and style! There are plenty of pre-built units in the salon business - and we've even noted some salons using Craftsman (the brand, not the style/era) tool carts. But these were built to exact specifications and are as functional as they are sturdy and beautiful.
The Vault was designed for a customer who wanted a special piece for storage - but wanted both a clean, modern look but with a timeless quality. A vault was a great choice but also posed an interesting design challenge. This piece had to be able to be transported, but also needed to feel and look like an old, heavy, solid vault. To get this look, I exaggerated the hinge and put it front and center for someone to see. I also welded the hinge points on the piece so that it would purposely warp the hinge just enough to give it a tight fit that opens slowly and creaks just the right amount. The door now feels like it might weigh 1000 pounds but is actually very light.
Adrian Desk and Credenza
The Adrian desk and credenza were designed for a home office - and like the Niftic Executive Desk, the Adrian desk was meant to sit in the center of the room. The credenza was built to sit on a side wall and specifically meant to look like a built in piece. While the two pieces are very different in feel - one blocky, one airy - the work beautifully together in our clients space. The combination of hot rolled steel and oiled white oak tops with wax finish look perfect together.
Yellow Library Table/Hello Desk
We called this the 'Hello Desk' and was actually a custom piece commissioned for a small library just north of Manhattan. The interesting and unique shape was designed for the room that it sits in today. Built in two pieces so that it could get into the room, the Hello Desk quickly became one of our favorite pieces that you just have to smile at when you see it.