Our new Studio Collection is nothing short of a study in our design philosophies of clean simple lines, discreet integration, and utilization of traditional joinery. Designed with cues from their namesake bed, the logical evolution of our new Studio cases and side tables share the same visible bridle joinery and light footprint. These distinctive elements of the Studio Collection create a refreshingly minimalistic aesthetic that rounds out a balanced collection while providing every element necessary for a perfectly appointed modern home or small studio apartment.
The Studio Bed is a classic example of a Shaker-inspired, clean design that is modern in style. It features gorgeous exposed bridal joints on both the headboard and footboard. These traditional joints are extremely strong and then pinned for increased durability. The connecting hardware for the side rails is concealed for a clean and contemporary look.
The strong and showy bridle joint creates the signature look to the Studio Collection. With both mortise and tenon exposed, the simple yet elegant joinery of this collection is a modest example of craftsmanship that looks great without sacrificing the integrity of the furniture. Each striking design in the new collection makes any piece a suitable addition to your home.
For the first time in Moser’s history, we have introduced a case piece that employs a metal knob. Designed exclusively for the Studio cases and side tables, these solid brass knobs with an oxidized finish, are recessed flush into the face of the drawer and remain true to the tenants of our design; nothing added that is not predicated on function.
Both the vertical and horizontal designs of the dresser include lapped dovetail drawers mounted on wooden slide runners that effortlessly glide open. The dresser design includes the top-most drawers being smaller and ideal for storing accessories such as hats, gloves, glasses, scarfs, and watches. Each dresser case is framed by an inward bevel for an understated design detail. Additional design features include recessed levelers in each leg and two inset brass knobs that are flush with the face of each drawer front.
In striving to create standardized proportions and ratios, the new side tables showcase a variety of options for storage including shelves, drawers, and doors with the same minimal footprint. The intent of the small shadowline between the shell and the base was not only to be a transitional element but also to visually separate both parts just enough that the piece speaks a consistent language as a whole. Each version of the table utilizes a mitered case construction with the same understated inward bevel as the dresser and oxidized brass drawer knobs.
New designs continue to push us along the path of exploration that Tom Moser embarked upon more than 40 years ago. We regularly introduce new pieces to our portfolio, while maintaining a devotion to our philosophies of clean simple lines, discreet integration of functional components, utilization of traditional joinery techniques, and bringing out the essence of solid American hardwood.