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The world knows Rhode Island interior and furniture designer Debra Folz for her surreal, high-concept designs. Her new collab with West Elm features unique details like layered offset glass that creates the look of a prism and light bronze metal hardware so fluid it looks like thread or satin ribbon.

The Debra Folz West Elm Collection is all about the details. All images courtesy of West Elm.

In addition to designing furniture, Debra teaches part-time at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her collection with West Elm draws inspiration from fashion and textiles. She explains, “The bedroom collection was designed around hardware describing the loop of a stitch and the tie of a thread. It’s a simple gesture in keeping with the purpose of the piece, which is to hold your clothes.”

Finishes like marble and pale, greyed woodwork add a serene effect to a room and work with a variety of styles and designs.

The understated, monochromatic tone of the bedroom collection pieces adds a restful, serene look to a bedroom.

The six-piece collection features occasional tables, Fair Trade Certified bedroom storage and a gorgeous round wall mirror. Here’s a closer look at the six pieces:

Debra Folz Mirror, $300

The fluid lines of the mirror’s brass frame are meant to “mimic a delicate loop of thread.”

Debra Folz Nightstand, $500 and 3-Drawer Dresser, TBA

All bedroom storage pieces feature a white marble top and earth-friendly features like Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified wood and water-based wood stain. Each piece was handmade in a Fair Trade Certified facility.

Debra Folz 5-Drawer Dresser, $1,400

The 49″ high dresser maximizes vertical storage in smaller bedroom spaces.

Debra Folz Coffee Table, $500

The coffee table features smoky glass layers and light bronze legs that add a modern and elegant look to any room.

Debra Folz Side Table, $300

Two layers of offset glass create a play in the glass opacity of the side table.