Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Tonic Home shops Bungalow 5

Just barely back from Atlanta Gift Market, we had a wonderful time and found lots of new and exciting finds for our shoppers. Bungalow 5 never lets us down with their eclectic and modern lines of furniture. We discovered more lighting this year and will have those items at Tonic Home soon. Thought you might enjoy seeing some of our favorite looks from Bungalow 5.

White Jacqui Desk with Matisse Side Chair blend really well together. Office furniture has never looked so stylish.
The new Jacqui 4-Drawer Cabinet is a winner for sure. This chest of drawers can serve many needs in the home. More room from the Jacqui 3-Drawer design and still very popular!We LOVE the sophistication of the Brigitte Side Table. White lacquer finish and tassel-style pull handles make it an elegant piece of furniture.Above is the Berkeley Brickfront Chest looking fabulous. So versatile in it's design and color, I can see it working well for male or female. It provides an abundant storage solution for a bedroom and would even look good in an entry way, flanked by the Matisse Side Chairs shown above.
Complete the set with the Berkeley Side Table. I can see these in a bedroom or anchoring a sofa in a living room. Clean lines and so easy to work into any setting.
Always a fan of the Polo line, the warm white version is my favorite. Shown with it is the Rockland Side Chair. We pair it on Tonic Home website with the Rockland Dining Table, but it would serve as a functional desk chair too. The fabric on all of the Bungalow 5 chairs are so easy to recover, by the way. We sell them with the neutral fabric so that shoppers can make each one their own unique design.
I'm such a fan of the Cadiz Lamp. The black and gold "rope" design look right at home on the Jacqui 3-Drawer Side Table.
The Matisse line and Callisto mirror are quite striking together. The "cut out" design on the Matisse Sideboard and Side Table have been really popular for Bungalow 5. The random design interests me, plus the coloring of the furniture is so soothing and works well when you need that "neutral" piece. I'm also thinking the Matisse Sideboard would be an ideal entertainment center, since the "cut out" area would allow those remote controls to access all the television accessories.
Of course the new Marco line is just fabulous! Who does not love the white raffia finish with nickel nail heads. So sharp! This line was a show favorite!

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1 comment:

Kirsten said...

I LOVE the Jacqui Desk!!!!