Grab it by the horn.

Many of you “furniture-philes” have at one point touched, admired, blogged, or possibly loathe horn accessories and furniture pieces. Retailers, both box- and thimble-sized are selling these products serving so many purposes. As green as I am sslloowwllyy becoming, horn pieces still have a spot in my heart. I recently came across these case-goods sold at Distant Origin in New York City. I love the use of lacquer and horn… in fact so glamorously-earthy. 

 

Lacquer and Horn Shelving

Lacquer and Horn Shelving

I just put up a rectangle horn mirror from Roost in a friends master bath. Its looks fantastic and quite masculine. I do however hope to place this cocktail table in my next home – I can’t resist the detail on the top surface. 

 

Lacquer and Horn Cocktail Table

Lacquer and Horn Cocktail Table

 

Lacquer and Horn Console

Lacquer and Horn Console

And my favorite is this white lacquered cabinet with the horn detail handles. So chic and perfect as that cool touch to a living room or dining room. I’d want it used so that the doos remain closed – the two peices of horn side by side make it so much more of a beast.

White Lacquer and Horn Cabinet

White Lacquer and Horn Cabinet

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