A rust-coloured leather nightstand and desk with looping wooden legs are among the furniture pieces in this collection by Brooklyn's Bowen Liu Studio.
Bower Liu Studio has created an imaginary painter's room, decorated with paintings, tapestries and jars of paintbrushes, to form the setting to launch its new series.
Photos of the showcase called A Painter's Room present the collection in a space with white-painted brick walls and wooden flooring.
Among the items on show are the Yan platform bed and Yan nightstand made from walnut. The headboard is formed from several slabs of the dark wood with a large cutout at the top.
The matching wooden frame for the mattress also forms a shelf along the bed's perimeter.
Covered in cognac leather, the Yan nightstand has peg legs and is fronted by a drawer and open bottom shelf.
Also in the collection is the Peizi desk, which has a thin silhouette accented by a pair of tall looping legs. It features a flat surface table on top of a compartment fronted by a small drawer.
To accompany with tables, the studio designed the Feast Chairs with open backs and angled arm rests. The seats are upholstered with black leather.
The collection also includes a long cabinet fronted with a sliding black door accented with brass handles. Called the Gatsby Credenza, it is intended to pay homage to the prohibition era through a "speakeasy" door for hiding liquor products that attaches to its backside.
In addition to walnut, all of the pieces can be made in maple, white oak, cherry or ash wood.
To complete the space, Bowen Liu Studio included three paintings by local artist Aesther Chang, who took cues from work by poet Edgar Allan Poe to create the pieces for the fictional painter.
"Aesther Chang constructs the soul of the 'painter' in the room, presenting three paintings inspired by the poet Edgar Allan Poe that offer various internal and external perspectives from the point of view of the imagined painter," Bowen Liu Studio said.
The paintings are teamed with a boro-embroidered tapestry by Hangzhou fashion designer Lang Jin. The square textile was constructed using the traditional patchwork method and comprises dozens of plaid, floral and velvet fabric remnants sewn together.
Brooklyn design studio Radnor also recently launched a furniture collection that features several wood objects including a bed with a rattan headboard and curving cane-like legs and a round coffee table with visible joists.