Are you sick and tired of being smarter than your furniture? Then hit up Sun Furniture Design, a SoCal semi-bespoke operation (with only a handful of agents nationwide) that draws from nature to find the "greater purpose" of objects and distill "momentary ephemeral experiences", hopefully shorter than the experiences you'll have in their stunningly modern, yet somehow ancient-seeming Coral bed.
To get yours, pick a design off their website, then hit up Dallas agent Allan Knight and Associates to discuss options, after which a team of woodworkers and artisan finishers will start hand-building your piece, adding high-end touches like kiln-dried hardwood frames, hand-shaped/Dacron-wrapped foam, feather/down cushion filling, and coil springs that're hand-tied, the kind of experience you will want to have in their stunningly modern, yet somehow ancient-seeming Coral bed. For a sneak peek, check out this trio of new tables:
Ring: Vaguely da Vincian, this center and coffee table are exercises in circular structural support, and include options from antiqued, bronze, or grey mirror insets in the top/bottom, to faux croc lining. Basically, the Ring is so beautiful, you won't even mind when, one week after looking at it, some hideous urchin crawls out of it to kill you.
Monarca Dining Table 3: Defining thoughtful simplicity, this little number's avail with a wood or metal base, and is named after the Spanish for "monarch" -- so maybe you should bring it out only on ceremonial occasions, when everyone will be surprised there actually are still Spanish monarcas.
Madison Console: "What has six legs and a custom-plated frame? This guy!" Okay, maybe this furniture isn't smarter than you after all.