TUBEROSE STUDIO AND STUDIO HEWN JOIN FORCES TO CREATE SOME MAGIC IN THE BEDROOM.
Katie Leonard—co-founder of Dutch, a San Diego-based design shop supporting small brands and artists— and Seth Gravette—founder of Studio Hewn, a commission-based woodworking studio in L.A.—first crossed paths when Hewn’s work was featured at Leonard’s shop. “We share a love for design and well-made objects,” says Leonard. “I had been looking for another opportunity to work with him.” And it wasn’t long before their shared passions inspired the two to join creative forces. The result? A next-level floating bedside table designed for Tuberose Studio, the studio apartment Leonard and her husband built and designed in 2018 (available to rent on Airbnb!). Minimalistic, light and bewitching, the raw wood tables achieve their floating effect by a concealed mounting system with a French cleat. Available in white oak or walnut—a decision Gravette attributes to Leonard’s appreciation for pale materials and colors— the elevated, modern piece is the perfect addition to any bedroom. And while there are no other joint ventures planned as of now, the two entrepreneurs are constantly dreaming up new ideas—and if they are half as good as this table, we’re all in for a treat.