Sometimes you want to go low-key. Sometimes you want demure decor that blends together seamlessly, never overtly announcing itself. And sometimes you want decor that makes itself known. Decor that shouts. If you’re looking for the latter–sumptuous and unrestrained–look no further than Polrey, makers of antique replicas and statement furniture. With factory locations in the U.S. and Mexico, they produce fine, hand-finished pieces that flirt with line between elegant and bombastic. White and Gold First off, let’s talk about this chair. This chair is madness. It wouldn’t look out of place in a living room at Versailles. A variety of different color choices are available for both the fabric and the trim, but I particularly like the combination of white and gold. White furniture requires a little daring and dedication to maintenance, but it also imparts a luxurious, baroque feel, and I think it would look great in a room with lighter colored wood, like the floor in the picture. Shop Chairs by PolRey: Off-Center Elegance If you don’t want to quite commit to an honest-to-god throne in your living room, this chair is a slightly more understated, smaller choice, but still with a nod toward the intricate elegance of high court fashion. I especially like the back, made with a distinctly Rococo asymmetrical swirl. The chairs are sold separately, but they are part of a pair. The other one has a ‘bite’ taken out of the right side, rather than the left. I think they’d look great together, but also just as individual pieces. Just In Time Continuing on the theme of ostentatious elegance, this grandfather clock is a far cry from the rigidly austere piece you would usually associate with the name. The playful, swirling lines and pastel colors give it a rococo flair, and the cream swirls make it look nearly edible. An Easter confection. This would look great in a front hall, or to bring a bit of life to a somber living room. Also, I think this is the perfect choice as we move from winter to spring. The white still recalls hints of the colder months, but the pinks and blues definitely say ‘spring’ to me. The Perfect Size ‘King Size’ is the perfect name for this bed, because it looks like exactly the sort of thing a king would sleep in. If that king had a thing for incredibly detailed antique renderings and white-painted wood. This is another piece that is available in other kinds of colors, so if a dark wood would go better with your motif, by all means. I just love the sumptuous sprawl of the head and footboard. Shop Beds by PolRey: Furniture or Confection? This is another of Polrey’s products that reminds me of food: it looks like a cake. Also a bit like it belongs in the castle in Beauty and Beast. The clawed feet and tiny splashes of color also give it a rococo air, and the narrow slits in the side are a cool effect. It is also available with a wooden top, but since marble version isn’t really that much more expensive, I think I prefer this one. Although you certainly wouldn’t want to go overboard, a couple Polrey pieces would add a hint of luxury to any home. Each of their designs are hand detailed and hand painted, and finished with a protective wash that is designed to hold up against weather and extreme temperatures. I’m not sure where these pieces would experience weather or extreme temperatures–they certainly aren’t deck furniture. Regardless, wherever you choose to install them, Polrey’s furniture will grant extravagance and style. Shop Sofas by PolRey:
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