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About Four Hands

Named for its hands-on approach, this Austin-based company works with artisans around the world to create custom designs using sustainable materials. In 1991, on an Eat-Pray-Love fest of self-discovery, founder Brett Hatton set off to retrace the ancient Silk Road between China and Europe. He found so many antique treasures, furniture items and rare devices in Pakistan and India that his future path became clear: he set up a furniture business to bring his finds to the world. In addition to its eponymous line, Four Hands makes five other collections of furnishings and lighting, including Bina, Boulevard, Old Java, Architects & Heroes, and Bluefish; they are also the exclusive North American distributor for furnishings by Esquire Home.

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Sale Ended September 15, 2013

Globally Inspired Lighting

A rustic, subtly vintage-feeling aesthetic defines these lighting pieces... they've got a globally inspired, world-traveled feel, and are bound to add plenty of personality to any room.

Sale Ended November 23, 2013

Updated-Rustic Lighting

Get inspired by these illuminated finds: Whether you choose a floor or table lamp, or an overhead design, the options on offer here possess an aesthetic that’s subtly rustic and vintage-feeling, yet fresh and contemporary at once. They’ll fit into a variety of spaces, either as a counterpoint to a modern design scheme or a complement to a classic one.

Sale Ended June 10, 2014

Mobile First Look: Up to 70% Off Four Hands Furniture

Named for its hands-on approach to design, this Austin-based company works with artisans around the world to create custom designs using sustainable materials. A rustic, subtly vintage-feeling aesthetic defines the lot.

Sale Ended February 24, 2014

Moroccan-Inspired: Lighting & Art

Moroccan style is known for its rich colors and mix of complex patterns and textures … it’s a look that’s evocative of the past, with plenty of focus on hand-craftsmanship and history. To that end, these stylish designs will instantly enliven a room with their bold colors and energetic patterns. You can blend them into a Moroccan scheme if you already have one going, or use them as a colorful counterpoint to a more toned-down space.