For over twenty years, Atlanta designer Suzanne Kasler has created warm, inviting environments that strike a balance between elegant, traditional design and practical comfort. She has collaborated with Hickory Chair to bring that same spirit to her extensive line of furniture, Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair.
New in the City Lights Detroit showroom is designer Ian K. Fowler’s Presidio Large Linear Lantern. Fowler bridges elegance and function with a modern edge in this fixture featuring five lights in cylindrical shades and a hand-rubbed antique brass finish.
Travelogue delights in textures, shapes, and colors of global cultures, celebrated in a series of prints and supporting wovens featuring themes and constructions that have been collected from artisans around the globe and sourced directly from the historical archives of Bailey & Griffin. Exclusively at Duralee.
Groundworks at Lee Jofa introduces its fourth collection with Kelly Wearstler. Geometric and dynamic patterns stand out and seamlessly blend in this collection with the use of bold and subdued color. A fresh assortment of luxurious velvets, intricate embroideries, beautiful jacquards, and printed and laser-cut leather is complemented by textured wallcoverings and stylish trimmings.
Tranquil but intriguing, the Mirage handwoven area rug from Lapchi echoes elements of Abstract Expressionist paintings, making it ideal for contemporary room settings. Its combo of playful asymmetry and subtle ombré fading in fine silk and wool make for an easy-to-place backdrop.
Drawing on Wearstler's affinity for repetition and relaxed, painted geometric patterns, the Maven by Kelly Wearstler for Ann Sacks tile collection features the designer's signature graphic striations and black and white motifs in embossed, textural designs. The Vortex pattern shown here is a hand-drawn grid that is at once spirited and sophisticated. Available in black on white and white on black.
The crisp veining and bold shading of Evolution color body porcelain tile are the perfect example of how digital technology has revolutionized the tile industry. Adding drama to what was once uniform, Evolution is durable enough to last generations and beautiful enough to never desire change.
Theodore Alexander’s Made-To-Measure Upholstery allows you to create your own sofas, chairs, sectionals, and loveseats, customized to your personal style. Choose from three seat depths and numerous arm, back, base, and leg styles to create the perfect seating for your space and your needs. Stop by Suite 30 to learn more.
Visit DFS this month to see the new Fabricut Jungalow collection of boho-chic all-in-one performance fabric, Inside Out. In keeping with the summer vibe, this is a free-spirited and soulful collection that is family-friendly, eco-friendly, and creates a relaxed atmosphere in the home.
Wesley Hall embodies luxury. As a driving force in upholstered furniture for over 50 years, they expertly combine creativity and craftsmanship, and every piece is 100% bench-made in the US and meets their exceptionally high standards. Browse beautifully upholstered pieces from their collections in the RJ Thomas showroom or online at RJThomasLtd.com.
Pindler’s exclusive Wanderlust Collection is an inspired and luxurious grouping of fabrics that embody the idea of wanderlust. Through the use of various techniques of embellishment and weaving, these fabrics make you travel to a destination in your mind and envision a bold, beautiful room setting.
Schumacher is pleased to present Endimione, a fabric from the new Charlap Hyman & Herrero Collection. Charlap Hyman & Herrero is a Los Angeles / New York-based architecture and design firm that takes a high-concept approach to everything they do. Stylized botanical motifs give the trellis design of Endimione a fresh look. Graphic, elegant, and perfectly scaled, it's also available as a wallpaper.
A new collection of prints, wovens, and embroideries by Madcap Cottage for Robert Allen @Home offers large-scale painterly patterns and a vivid and cheerful palette to update traditional chintz-like florals and botanicals for today’s modern interiors. Fabrics can layer beautifully together for full-room looks brimming with that signature Madcap Cottage whimsy, or provide a pop of color and pattern in smaller doses.
New additions to the Pollack Hospitality collection build on the existing grouping with nuanced colors and rich textures. Continuing the world tour, each of the 13 new drapery fabrics and 10 upholstery fabrics is named for an international destination that matches its personality. All Hospitality fabrics are inherently fire resistant; optional topical finishes are also available.