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About Central Station

Central Station Original Interiors makes custom-built classic and contemporary furniture that evokes rustic simplicity thanks to its use of hand-selected, refined materials such as European oak and Belgian bluestone. Though based in North Carolina, Belgium-born designer Paul Delaisse travels the world in search of unusually grained and gnarled lumber, from reclaimed teak to African walnut. Take the Giacometti basic table, which features a reclaimed-teak top and tapered legs. Or check out the ingenious Cargo lounge chair — featuring a steel frame, teak armrests, and khaki-colored upholstery made from recycled tent tarps. Delaisse's streamlined furnishings come with industrial elements such as slab-top tables on waxed metal bases and French oak chairs with rawhide-upholstered cushions. Delaisse also makes extraordinary decorative pieces from naturally eroded and petrified woods.

Past Sales Featuring Central Station

Sale Ended August 18, 2011

Nature-Inspired Style

Clean lines and fluid, nature-inspired colors and shapes mark this serene selection of furniture and accessories. Start with a focal piece, like The Phillips Collection’s freeform wooden dining table or root console. Add accessories, from Architec’s wavy mixing bowls to Aviva Stanoff’s silk-screened vases and votives with embossed metallic leaf motifs. To finish the look, lay down one of Anji Mountain’s rustic bamboo rugs.

Sale Ended February 21, 2012

Handmade Furnishings feat. Central Station

The natural grain, burls, and beauty of wood sit center stage in Paul Delaisse’s handmade furniture. The Belgian designer travels the world in search of distinctive lumber, and then crafts singular streamlined pieces from his finds. Take the Giacometti basic table, with its reclaimed-teak top and tapered legs. Or check out the ingenious Cargo lounge chair, featuring a steel frame, teak armrests, and khaki-colored upholstery made from recycled tent tarps. We've also added in some beautiful handmade rugs, in overdyed finishes and eye-catching patterns, which will make a perfect counterpoint.

Sale Ended August 06, 2011

Hang Art Salon-Style

You don’t have to own a gallery to learn the secret to hanging art. Just heed these tips from David Kassel, owner of ILevel, NYC’s top art-installation consultancy. Need something to hang? We’ve got plenty, from Kings Wood Art's fiery color-swirled prints to artist Jen Lee's signed works. If you still want to leave framing to the pros, pick up a deal from first-rate NYC framers J. Pocker.

Sale Ended June 05, 2011

Central Station Furniture and Lighting

The natural grain, burls, and beauty of wood sit center stage in Paul Delaisse’s handmade furniture and lighting. The Belgian designer travels the world in search of distinctive lumber, and then crafts streamlined pieces from his finds. Take the Oak Box series, with its array of shelf, door, and drawer options.