This group begins with a beautiful wicker chair that I loved when visiting Monet's painting studio in Giverny.
It was charming and seemed such a distinctive style that I couldn't forget. I was taken with the arch of the back of the chair; the stylized, open breaks in the wicker that create a row of windows at the base and along the back of the curved frame. I took these important details and used them to dream up a series of special wicker pieces. They have the elegance to live indoors as much as outdoors, but they all carry the wonderful artistic life of the garden.
The wicker stools bring a French garden softness to even the most modern kitchens.