Photo Gallery: Thomas Pheasant Furnishings
Browse his latest designs.
This graphic table has a simple grid pattern with a spiral motion. The bright bronze finish makes it seem like a piece of modern jewelry rather than a table, adding a bit of glam next to a sofa or bed.
Pheasant designed these ceramic Arcade Bowls in both ivory and ebony with a smooth matte finish. Waterproof interior liners mean you can use them for plants and mosses, or fill them with bright green apples for a hit of colour come winter.
Loosely inspired by a kimono with cherry blossoms but interpretted in an Art Deco manner, Pheasant views his Blossom Mirror as one of those rare but riveting objects that finish a room. The organic bronze frame requires more than 100 welds to secure the five-sided flowers. Hang it in an entryway as a focal point over a console table, or in a powder room above a sink.
Pheasant designed the Le Loop mirrors to cast light and reflection within a room. The Le Loop Sconce revisits this concentric ellipse in a new way. The simplicity of the form shows off the subtle metalwork. It’s large enough to fill wall on its own but proportioned to work in an entryway or a landing. Used in pairs, it can visually open up a room and add flattering light when flanking a mirror.
The Bevel Lounge Chair features recessed, moulded and mitred squares, with every piece of moulding meticulously hand-fit and inspired by the ceiling of the Pantheon. Also strong as a pair, these would suit both a formal living room or a casual family room.
The Petal Drum Table in Burnished Gold Leaf, Radiant Drum Table in Cameo Lacquer (centre) and the Petal Drum Table in Warm Silver Leaf would each add a touch of texture to a living room or den. The cameo finish has multiple layers of soft white lacquer hand-rubbed to a smooth luster. The gold and silver versions offer an easy way to bring the metallic trend into your rooms this year.
Read an interview with Thomas Pheasant for more on his classic designs.