While strolling a Paris marché aux puces, designer George Massar spotted a unique stool, a whimsical piece with a beautifully shaped and angled leg. Inspired by the stool, and by the flavor of the lush Tuileries Gardens, Massar created his Tuilerie Garden Bench. He brings architectural style to his bench, its nimble lines reminiscent of an arch bridge, and its seat skillfully latticed in iron or woven in rush.
Tuilerie possesses an inherent chic that makes it as at home on a country-house terrace as it does in the salon of an Upper East Side townhouse, bringing a touch of the outdoors in. Hand-forged and hand-hammered iron is masterfully formed and finished to give this bench its signature style, the whisper of an heirloom with a knowing presence that's entirely in the now.