Nods to brutalism abound in hard goods, but this go-around, luxurious polish is key.
Sagebrook Home’s Carved Wood four-door cabinet in brown is made of mango wood with gold accents. Its symmetrical pattern polishes a traditional brutalist characteristic. www.sagebrookhome.com
Jonathan Charles’ Camden four-door sideboard is made out of dark camden walnut with diamond-shaped brass handles on a stepped pedestal base. The sculptural detail and metallic accents hint at brutalist vibes. www.jonathancharlesfurniture.com
Much like the Brutalist period that influenced its design, Bernhardt’s Smithson credenza is bold and dramatic, combining blunt-edged shapes in textured wood and metal. www.bernhardt.com
From A.R.T. Furniture’s new Prossimo Collection, Azzuro buffet has a rippling 3-D center panel finished in hand-applied silver hardware — an elegant interpretation on an industrial look. www.arthomefurnishings.com
Jonathan Adler’s Reform credenza is inspired by the architecture of modernist temples and churches. The signature pattern originated as a relief texture, and the design is carved onto the wooden doors then clad in a single sheet of brass, which is hand-hammered and polished. www.jonathanadler.com