Yes, more polished metal please. Like this Karl Springer side table.
I have so many friends with rooms that look like that. The danger with sticking too closely to this style of furniture is that the room tends to look (and that pic is a great example) anemic.
I'm a big fan of mixing and matching. Right now I'm looking at a 100-year-old twig chair beside a Mouille single head floor lamp backed by a large scholar stone which is near a brass table lamp (that as near as I can tell is Moroccan) and just to the right of a collection of Dorothy Thorpe lucite candlesticks. No two pieces from the same era, country or style, but they work for me - strike that - they fit me as I collected each one simply because I liked it. They work together or they don't, but I don't much give a shit.
Anyway, I would stay far away from the Noguchi and the walnut stool as both are pretty common. You love wood and have some skill with it so I would find a great block of wood, square it off so it's serviceable and live with it beside the chair until it shows you the table inside. Part of the reason I suggest this is that I think you need (based on the few pics I've seen) to put some living into the furniture you're collecting.