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Project Update: Oeben Desk

Dave is back today with an update on a piece you may have seen float­ing around our Insta­gram — the Oeben Desk, or Sec­re­taire a Cylin­dre in French. We’ll be using the hash­tag #oeben­desk to post pho­to updates of the piece on Insta­gram but today Dave has a process update. Sec­re­taire a Cylin­dre In 2015 I went […]

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Gallery Piece: Tabriz Wine Table

  Today we are revis­it­ing one of our first cus­tom pieces — a wine side­board table, designed house part of an exten­sive wine col­lec­tion while work­ing har­mo­nious­ly with the client’s exist­ing mahogany fur­ni­ture and beau­ti­ful Tabriz car­pet. The result­ing piece is blend of styles that works per­fect­ly in the client’s home. The deep rib­bon mahogany veneer of […]

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Finding Inspiration in Masterpieces — Musée Nissim de Camondo

Hap­py New Year from Heller and Heller Fur­ni­ture! This is Part 1 of a 4 part series high­light­ing Dave’s recent study of some incred­i­ble works. Dave and Eliz­a­beth trav­eled to Nor­mandy in April, and while they were there Dave vis­it­ed 3 muse­ums in Paris look­ing for inspi­ra­tion from mas­ter­works. He was not dis­ap­point­ed! This series […]

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Wood Grain Direction | the Custom Furniture Design Process

Hel­lo fur­ni­ture fans, Jenn here! Dave is work­ing on a piece for a client right now and want­ed to share a lit­tle bit about the depth of the cus­tom design process.  Most of us under­stand that cus­tom fur­ni­ture will involve the client being able to choose the wood type, the fin­ish type, and the shape and func­tion […]

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