Bernhardt Design ramps up seating and occasional offering with two new collections

LENOIR, N.C. – Bernhardt Design, a division of the luxury Bernhardt Furniture specializing in seating and tables, has introduced a new occasional table collection and a new modular seating line for its contract division.

Albany, the occasional line, is designed by Claudia Surrage and Christian Cowper, feature three differently sized tables meant to complement a variety of interior spaces. Each can be specified with a brushed graphite or dark brass base, with top options of black back painted glass and oak or walnut in natural and select finishes. The three new tables join seven other occasional items designed by Surrage and Cowper in 2021.

Pasadena features 64 unique seating models

Pasadena, the modular seating collection, is designed by Cory Grosser, with fine tailored highlights and molded cushions atop an angular aluminum frame. An arm is designed to gently slope from the back and curves of the sculpted base. Based on a pixel-like system of seats and backs, Pasadena is meant to be configured in a variety of ways – working as a collective but also as freestanding pieces, says Bernhardt. Users can flip the units toward the front or back with brackets, helping ensure a simple connection regardless of layout.

The line features 64 unique models, including benches, loveseats, sofas, two and three-seat modules, connecting corners and seating units with integrated tables and optional power. Table finishes include oak and walnut in natural and select finishes, and black or white phenolic.

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