This console and backless barstools are part of the Greenbrier Spa collection by Charleston Forge. They feature hand hammered steel bases.
BOONE, N.C. — Charleston Forge is expanding its Greenbrier Lifestyle collection with Spa, an assortment that features some 20 new pieces of dining, seating and occasional furniture.
The Greenbrier Spa lineup includes 36- and 42-inch round cocktail tables, a 24-inch round end table with cantilevered tops, a 16-inch round drink table and a small drink table. There is also a lounge chair, a gathering console with companion regular and backless bar stools, an entertainment center complete with two 86-inch tall étagères, and a 70-inch console.
The assortment also includes a casual dining set that includes 36- to 60-inch round tables available in dining, counter and bar heights. These can be paired with the regular and backless bar stools.
There is also a gathering console that can seat three.
“When you combine those two elements of the gathering console and the backless counter stools, you really get a beautiful presentation,” said Wilson Keel, manager of the Charleston Forge engineering and product development department, in a video presentation showcasing the collection.
A signature design element of the pieces is the open, hammered-steel bases on tables and the seating. Available in handpainted, transparent and solid powder-coat finishes, these bases offer a textured design aesthetic to the collection that pairs with ¾-inch glass tops, 1-inch thick solid wood tops or 1⅛-inch fusion tops.
The lounge chair features an open steel frame that allows it to float in a room.
“This chair has as much appeal and aesthetic from all different angles,” Keel said in the video presentation. “This chair can be put into an open environment, an open floor plan. Or if you put two side by side where an end user walks into a room and they view the chair from behind, there is as much beauty from all angles as there is from the front.”
The Greenbrier Spa collection is the latest collection Charleston Forge has developed in partnership with the Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Va., an 11,000-acre resort and National Historic Landmark that dates back to 1778.