I love the way this sculptural, rough wood contrasts with the otherwise crisp and perfect Regency style here.
OK, to be honest, what I am really drooling at in this picture is that shade of orange with that shade of blue. This vignette is so gorgeous.
The driftwood coffee table can often be found in mid-century modern shops, and lately at big stores like Crate and Barrel. While this would usually signal the tipping point, I don't care; driftwood is a classic that will always work.
This piece could be used as a room divider, a work of art, or here, a headboard. Notice it is the one wackadoodle element in the room, while everything else is neat, geometrical and tucked in. That's what makes it work so well.
Of course, if you want to go full-on wackadoodle, you could get this entire set I snapped at ICFF a few years ago. I know this is a terrible shot, but I had to include it after using the word "wackadoodle" above. It's rather fantastic!
The large pieces in the corner look like they are dancing, don't they?
Here's a perfect example of a touch of a natural element as the perfect addition to an elegant space.
Driftwood also makes a great mirror frame.
There's a great conversation going on between the coffee table and the exposed log cabin wall.