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The collection uses Bentley’s Colorcast, so that it can match color from any source, including paint chips and fabric swatches.
The Chest of Drawers has a wooden frame with a rattan reed façade.
The sconce has a tapered torch design to foster an easy transition from interiors to exteriors for design continuity.
The floral photomurals with blossoms and flowers are part of the company’s "Infinity" collection.
Designed by Peter Bristol, the lamp has a slender profile, projecting a minimalist aesthetic.
Streamlined pulls accessorize the European-style cabinets seen in today’s kitchens.