Daniel Hellman and Eric Chang’s Z series — a collection of tables that cleverly rest on slanted legs — transformed these childhood friends into design stars. But the Brooklyn-based duo refuses to rest on its laurels. Take the sleek, solid-wood Tao media console, which floats beneath a glass top, or the Paige Gallery bench, with its hand-carved frame and hand-stitched leather seat. Both are here, along with mirrors, nightstands and, yes, the famed Zs.
Founded by lifelong friends and self-taught designers and craftspeople, Daniel Hellman and Eric Chang, Hellman-Chang has turned from a childhood hobby into an internationally recognized furniture line featured in exclusive hotels, the homes of A-list celebrities and CEOs, and in TV and film. The ultra-luxe, Brooklyn, NY–made line returns with a limited floor-sample sale for Gilt. The firm's perhaps well known for their Z table, which rests on cleverly slanted legs; the Z’s are here, but plenty of other designs are in attendance, too — all possessing sleek, sculptural sophistication and contemporary-yet-timeless style.
Founder of influential design website Decorati (which Gilt Groupe acquired in March), Shane Reilly is also an accomplished interior designer. Her style mixes structure and whimsy—sleek lines complemented by lively colors and bold prints. This selection, which she's hand-picked, reflects that aesthetic. Create your own mix with pieces like Dransfield & Ross' lacquer boxes, Lesley Anton's Totem lamps, and pedestal tables from Hellman-Chang.