Restoration Hardware is best known for its large and substantial furniture, often best suited for large spaces, I mean who can really accommodate a 92" sofa? Trust me I tried to make it fit in my living room, no luck!
This new line is described as "deconstructed", liberated of its tight laced velvet upholstery is a step away from RH's usually tailored pieces. Each piece looks aged and weathered with exposed burlap and tacks. Granted the deconstructed look won't suit every space but there are pieces from the entire collection that I am sure you could find a place for in your home.
Here are a few of my favorite pieces from the new line:
*RH Deconstructed Wing Chair*
*The Maquette Oak Mirror is stunning*
*The Refined Auguste Salon Bench would be beautiful as a banquette or in a small space*
*a deconstructed living room*
*This weathered oak screen with mirrored panels would open any space*
*A room from the spring collection*
*The deconstructed look still looks refined with a metal table base*