The Artistica brand dates back almost 40 years, to a small workshop in downtown Los Angeles, where a group of talented artisans designed simple, yet elegant iron occasional tables that were forged and finished by hand.
That craftsmanship and commitment to exceptional design remains the touchstone for the brand.
Today, Artistica Home is a division of Lexington Home Brands, one of the country’s foremost manufacturers of beautifully designed and elegantly crafted home furnishings.
Maintaining the attributes for which the company is known, Artistica Home continues to be led by the founder’s son, whose passion is innovative design across a wide range of styling, attention to detail, and a keen focus on unique and sophisticated finishes.
In addition to beautiful stand alone, accent furniture, there are 2 collections of design-friendly pieces available in your choice of finish. Cohesion Finish Program items are available in 3 deep wire-brushed, silky wood finishes.
Artistica Metal Designs are iron silhouettes available in 4 sophisticated, hand-applied finishes.
A compendium of silhouettes ranging from traditional to modern, and apropos for every room of the home, Cohesion offers a range of design standpoints viewed through the perspective of three textural colorations.
Each piece is crafted of mahogany solids and veneers and is available in three distinct finishes – Bianco, Grigio, and Marrone, all featuring a deep wire brush and a silky, dry hand.
White wash over wood tone with hand wire brushing. Metal accents in a warm metallic with a hint of copper.
Warm gray tone with hand wire brushing. Metal accents in a warm metallic with a slight hint of copper.
Rich brown tone with hand wire brushing. Metal accents in a warm metallic with a slight hint of copper.
The Artistica Metal Designs Program has, as its foundation, a remarkable assortment of iron designs – hand forged by artisans whose passion is expressed in sophisticated detailing and superb craftsmanship.
Each silhouette is offered in four custom finishes—Antique Copper, St. Laurent, Renaissance, and Argento.
The finishes, meticulously applied by hand, take as many as fourteen steps to execute, and the look is extraordinary.
Dark antiqued tones with directional hand graining
Rich natural iron tones with touches of light gesso and gold highlighting
Antiqued gold with bronze undertones
Antiqued silver with gold undertones
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