Playful colors: Blue Leaf Hospitality’s Verandah collection

Blue Leaf Hospitality, a producer of furniture and casegoods for the hospitality and commercial markets, introduced the full Verandah collection, a five-piece series that blends metallic finishes and geometric lines with smooth curves and playful colors.

Stained in deep mahogany, the Turn night table has a metallic drawer in a hand-applied, silver leaf finish with polished nickel drawer pulls. The metallic bars and accents highlight the table’s round shape and add a chic reflective touch to the room.

The Transition lounge chair comes with various shades of green, blue and yellow interwoven in a Taza pattern to create a statement piece.

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The Wing headboard, available for king or queen bed sizes, has a satin nickel nailhead trim, and unique flared sides.

Weaving gold and yellow with accents of green, the Bloom side chair has a round backrest and square seat. The slightly curved legs balance the geometric backrest and are stained in deep mahogany.

The Oval chest features a round oak frame, stained in deep mahogany, with three contrasting metallic drawers and a .25-inch tempered glass top. Short in stature, the chest has a hand-applied silver leaf finish and is crafted with mount accuride guides and soft closing drawer hardware for improved usability.

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