Heirloom Furniture from Egg Collective
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Egg Collective consists of Crystal Ellis, Stephanie Beamer, and Hillary Petrie, three friends who met in college in St. Louis and have reunited in Brooklyn. Post-grad, the trio went their separate ways, meeting over conference calls from their respective kitchen tables in New Orleans, Rhode Island, and New York City. In 2011, they moved to Brooklyn and established Egg Collective with a mission to create hand-building American furniture that merges heirloom-quality craftsmanship with contemporary design. Ellis, Beamer, and Petrie build each piece from start to finish out of their Brooklyn studio, sourcing additional detailing from local and small-scale manufacturers. Beyond co-assembling the furniture, each designer brings her individual prowess to Egg Collective: Petrie manages operations and marketing, Ellis influences the overall aesthetic with her training in fine arts, and master finisher Beamer sands, stains, and lacquers each piece to perfection. Read more about the trio via Fair Folks and a Goat and see their collection of furniture, lighting, and mirrors at Egg Collective . Above: The Fern Console Table features hand-carved hoof-like feet and is available in two standard lengths of 96 inches and 120 inches. Above (L to R): Crystal Ellis, Stephanie Beamer, and Hillary Petrie. Above: The Oscar Dining Table sits on a solid brass base with an oval travertine top. Above: The Bradford Coffee Table is made from blackened solid white oak with a blackened steel frame. Above: The Fern Console Table in blackened white oak (shown), natural white oak, walnut, or bleached maple. Above: Tall Morrison Armoire is made from natural white oak and travertine with the choice of brass or blackened steel hardware. Above: The Low Morrison Credenza is also made from natural white oak with a blackened steel top. N.B.: Inspired by the flowers placed on Egg Collective's furniture? See 246 images of Flowers in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.