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Nailhead Trims

Author: Shawndrea Corbin
Issue: March, 2013, Page 54
The Cabrillo Nailhead Chest by Bernhardt Interiors measures 33 1/4"H by 38 5/8"W by 20"D and displays an
elaborate decorative pattern.

Nail File

A long-time accent definitive of Southwest style, nailhead embellishments are found in an array of designs, sizes and finishes. It is said that nailhead trims first appeared around 1560 as a precursor to French Country Style. Today, they are used on a variety of products, including wood, glass, leather and fabric, with finishes ranging from antique brass to shiny nickle. Whether their use is subtle or bold, nailheads are driving style throughout the home. See a sampling on the pages ahead.

Shown here in a bright orange finish, the Table Lisbon by Peninsula Home also comes in white or turquoise leathers and measures 32"H by 36"W by 24"D.

Hancock & Moore’s Rhodes Chair measures 32 1/4"H by 28 3/4"W by 31 1/2"D. Here, nailheads of various sizes form an unconventional trim that incorporates singular embellishments.
The Valencia Sofa from Global Elements is made of elm and covered in a neutral cotton fabric. The piece features heavy nailhead detailing and measures 38 1/2"H by 76 1/2"W by 35"D.

The Huntington leather chest by Bernhardt features a symmetrical nailhead design. The piece measures 44"H by 42 1/2"W by 18 1/4"D.
The Loden Console Table from Ambella has an antiqued mirror finish and is outlined in a rustic nailhead trim. It measures 33"H by 60"W by 12"D.

Ambella’s Manhattan Collection includes this platform-style bed. Upholstered in a leather-like material, its headboard is accented with nickle nailheads that create a quilted look.

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