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west elm's Contemporary Furniture Classic: The Parsons Collection | west elm

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Published on Jun 18, 2012

Learn more about the iconic Parsons Table, one of west elm's contemporary furniture favorites. This classic collection includes everything from modern tables to daybeds and mirrors, all designed with clean lines and simple silhouettes.

The Parsons Collection is based on the "T-square Table," designed in 1930 by Parisian Professor Jean-Michel Frank and his students. Frank's first design featured clean lines and square legs, and it evolved into a current collection of modern tables and desks with the same sophisticated simplicity of the original. The Parsons Table works with traditional or contemporary furniture styles, and west elm offers a variety of finishes that make these modern tables a good match for any style, in any room.

A favorite from this contemporary furniture collection, the Parsons Console is a good choice for hallways and entryways, or as a bedroom vanity. The low bookshelf is a smart solution for media or books in the living room, bedroom or home office.

The Parsons Desk can serve as a workstation or a small space dining table. west elm also offers a Parsons Mini Desk, which doubles as a breakfast table or bedroom desk in tight spaces. The Parsons Tower triples as a bookcase, display console or room divider. Whatever you're looking for, the Parsons Collection offers limitless possibilities.

To learn more, visit: http://www.westelm.com/

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Learn how to choose finishes for your furniture with these quick tips: http://www.westelm.com/shop/design-la...

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