Top Designers Tell Us What Piece of Furniture They are Looking Forward to Using in an Upcoming Project

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Celerie Kemble's pick for which piece of furniture she's most looking forward to using this season.

“A delicious green leather and brass club chair, which will do double duty as both a desk chair and a side chair in a small den. It’s comfortable and handsome, and doesn’t have a large footprint!” 
Celerie Kemble, interior designer  


“An amazing cocktail table I stumbled on while shopping in Paris. It’s like a unique sculpture, with an elliptical top made from burned wood and a base of brass bricks that glisten like stacked gold bars. It was designed by Valentin Loellmann, an artist from the Netherlands.” 
Michael Cox, partner with Mary Foley of Foley and Cox, interior designers 


Richard Mishann's pick for which piece of furniture he's most looking forward to using this season.

“The Canteen table by Piet Hein Eek. It’s so sculptural, made from leftover pieces of painted and exposed raw wood, then covered in a high gloss.” —Richard Mishaan, interior designer 


Michael Tavano's pick for which piece of furniture he's most looking forward to using this season.“Brigitte chairs by Marks & Frantz for Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman. They’re incredibly comfortable, and I love the channeling and unusual shape. I’m putting a pair in a his-and-hers closet that also doubles as a dressing room. They swivel, so you can see your entire wardrobe in one fell swoop!” 
Michael Tavano, interior designer