Furniture Finds At Joss & Main

February 26, 2016

By Tab Byrum


I’m really into tables right now, end tables, coffee tables and sofa tables and there are some really good looking pieces at Joss & Main . I find myself leaning more and more towards things accented in gold, I’ve never been a huge gold or brass fan but I’m really liking it, maybe it comes with age. I also like the masculine look of Industrial and found a couple of great pieces on J&M with the Industrial look and feel. Take a look at what I found and if you’re interested click on the item’s name in orange and you’ll be taken to its page on the Joss & Main website, Enjoy!!!


I love the organic feel of the Caitlyn Accent Table with hard surface top, great between a pair of chairs. 


The Sylvester End Table is that something special you need in a room to add a little interest. 


I’m a huge fan of anything bamboo and the legs on the Aiden Accent Table combine that look with glass to create a sleek, beautiful table. 


The Two Piece Karen Nesting Table combines metal and wood into a pair of gorgeous tables. 


The Armon Console Table can fit in a lot of places at 63 inches long and only 16 inches deep and it’s brass and glass. 


The Jackson Mirrored Console Table marries the worlds of old world design and contemporary materials of glass and brass.


I really like the Landon End Table, it’s a very masculine table with the welded chain links forming legs to support the natural wood looking top and bottom. 


There’s a trend towards industrial looking furniture with wheels and the Harley Console Table fills the bill. 


I really like the geometry of the Jasmine Coffee Table In Gold, beautiful piece. 


I really like the Arcadia Coffee Table, a nice big chunk of neutral color in the middle of your room with some pattern to it. 

Check back with us later this morning as we take a look at our last Oscar Winning Home, this one lived in by one of today’s busiest young actresses. 

Images are courtesy of Joss & Main.

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