Get Your First Look at CB2’s Debut Vintage Home Collection With Charlie Ferrer
If you've ever stepped into a friend's impeccably curated home full of one-of-a-kind pieces and thought, "Where do they find this stuff?" you're going to want to listen up. CB2, one of our favorite sources for moody-glam furnishings, has just announced a partnership with vintage collector and designer Charlie Ferrer. The selection includes rare finds from the 1950s through the 1970s that would fit in seamlessly with any modern decor style. There are sculptural cane lounge chairs from Italy, Travertine coffee tables from France, and more than a few stunning light fixtures from mid-century Germany. In short, it's a global smorgasbord of great design, and it all could be yours — if you're shopping the right stores at the right time. The collection drops on March 14, with pieces ranging from $999 to $11,499, so act fast — finds this good don't hang around long. Click through to see some of our faves and head to CB2.com for purchase information.
Guglielmo Ulrich Italian Wood Desk ($11,499)
Guido Faleschini Chrome and Leather Chaise Lounge ($3,299)
Gigi Sabadin Bent Wood Chair ($1,499); Giovanni Offredi Paracarro Table for Saporiti Italia ($5,899); Helena Tynell for Glashütte Limburg Pendant ($3,999)
Elio Martinelli Serpente Arch Floor Lamp ($2,299)
Italian Gino Sarfatti-Style Three-Shade Articulating Floor Lamp ($3,199); Eddie Harlis for Thonet Side Chair ($2,499)
Mixed Metal Coffee Table with Unique Top ($999); Joseph-André Motte Slipper Chair for Steiner ($2,299); Fidenza Vetraria Small Triangular Glass and Metal Table Lamp ($1,199)
Gianfranco Frattini Sesann Armchair in Leather and Chrome for Cassina ($4,899); French Vladimir Kagan-Style Coffee Table with Travertine Top ($3,299)
Franco Albini Sculptural Gala Lounge Chair for Vittorio Bonacina & Co. ($3,199)
Gaetano Sciolari Cubic Table Lamp ($1,999)
Assorted Studio Pottery, West Germany, Fat Lava Glazes (price available on request)
Photos via CB2
Photos via CB2
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Emily Bihl is a freelance writer and sometimes-songwriter currently undoing a lifetime of healthy eating in the great city of New Orleans. When she’s not writing, she can be found covered in clay at the ceramics studio or attempting an approximated downward dog. She likes her black labrador Selkie, unexpected anagrams, and cracking the sugar on creme brûlée with the back of a spoon.