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Timeless Classics to Add Style to Swish Salons

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Nest in style with these cozy lounge wares

classic timeless furniture pieces - Tuffy-Time BBItalia

Tufty-Time ’15 by B&B Italia

Designed by all-star Patricia Urquiola, this plump leather sofa system delivers an irresistibly comfortable refuge. Opt for a configuration that forgoes armrests for maximum space to sprawl out. $17,425,
at Kiosk

classic timeless furniture pieces - 720 Lady by Cassina

720 Lady by Cassina

First introduced in 1951, the swooping curves of this reissued classic remain as alluring as ever. Updated upholstery and base finishes include the rich violet jewel-tone fabric and blingy brass chrome legs shown here. From $4,150, at Italinteriors

classic timeless furniture pieces - Helix by Bec Brittain

Helix by Bec Brittain

Wrapping LED tubes around a central metal column, this sculptural floor lamp is an edgy interpretation of a twisting DNA strand. Shown in brushed brass with a black marble base, it’s available in a number of elegant metal and stone combos. A dim function can be added upon request. $9200, at Hollace Cluny

classic timeless furniture pieces - Palette JH8 by &Tradition

Palette JH8 by &Tradition

Spanish designer Jaime Hayón crafts a multi-tiered brass, marble and stained-ash side table that incorporates a painter’s palette-shaped surface into an intriguing Alex Calder-esque composition. Sure to hold its own among even the most impressive of art collections. $2375, at Mjölk

classic timeless furniture pieces - Pass-Word by Molteni & C

Pass-Word by Molteni & C

This modular cedarwood and aluminum storage system includes both open and sliding-door elements to accommodate everything from stereos to vases. Call for pricing, at Molteni & C

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