Alice Tacheny

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Alice Tacheny Design

Local woodworkers in the San Francisco area hand rub natural finishes on walnut and oak producing flawless modern joinery using details of stainless and brass to create the simple and elegant designs of the new furniture collection by Alice Tacheny Designs that debuted at ICFF 2012.

Alice Tacheny Design

Bad Axe Dining Table in rift white oak or American walnut with the Harriet Dining Chairs in rift white oak

Alice Tacheny began her career apprenticing as a woodworker before moving on to create a range of furniture for other companies. She opened Alice Tacheny Design in 2011 with a collection of her own pieces, using responsibly harvested domestic hardwoods and all natural oil and wax finishes. The results combine a classic sensibility with a completely modern feel.

Alice Tacheny Design

Tilde Credenza in rift white oak or American walnut. Pulls in brass or blackened steel. Oil and wax finish

Alice’s designs are available to both retailers and the trade, with standard trade discounts available to architects and designers. Most pieces can be custom made with variable sizes, different wood species and fabrics or metals. Alice also collaborates with designers to fabricate one-off pieces or partner on larger-scale and contract projects.

Alice Tacheny Design

Platte Occasional Tables in walnut and brass • Tilde Dresser in walnut and brass

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Alice Tacheny Design



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