New #Luxury Design Product Spotlight: Week of Jan. 19th
Weekly my inbox fills with notice of great new products being introduced to the market. And as much as I'd like to devote space in our quarterly magazine theTwentySIX, there just isn't enough space. The result? Every week check this spot for the newest product introductions. And if you'd like to see your product here... make sure to email me the press release and necessary photos.
Faux Leather Upholstery Collection from Anzea Textiles
In the efforts to develop high performance upholstery textiles to complement their existing woven and printed collections, Texas based Anzea Textiles has introduced four new faux leathers. Corrugation, Sketchy Flower, Techy, and Splash maintain the lively aesthetic appearance we've come to expect from Anzea and engineered to withstand most trying applications including upholstery in commercial applications. Embodying neutral color variations and the slightest of European color influence, the four leathers are bleach cleanable and solution died. Splash is additionally capable of being used outdoors. Available through the trade.
Disclaimer: Anzea Textiles is a past sponsor of #DesignLUX.
New 2015 Color Assortment from Fireclay Tile
Embracing change is never easy. In celebration of the Year of COLOR, Fireclay Tile has announced the replacement of a carefully selected assortment of colors from their Tile, Glass, and Brick product lines with a newly curated collection of hues chosen to not only honore the unique hues they've developed over the years but to also embrace the market's new found love of color. However, never fear, colors dropped from the current collection can still be created on an as-needed basis though will be treated as custom and available at an upcharge. Fireclay Tile is available through their website.
Luxury Flooring Collections from Carlisle Wide Plank Floors
Culling from the brand's 48 year history, Carlisle Wide Plank Floors has introduced twelve new flooring collections bringing together a variety of wood types, vibrant hues, handcrafted textures, and unique stories in the efforts to offer their clients a solution to every design problem. Starting at $8.99 per square foot and offering a 2-4 week delivery time-frame for most of their products, the Carlisle Collections aim to allow clients greater flexibility in their choice of hardwood floors. One-of kind flooring will still be made available through Carlisle's custom wide plank flooring collections.
Spring 2015 Collection: Color Library - Botanical Color, from The Robert Allen Group
On the heels of their Chameleon Collection introduced this past November and featured here on D'Scoop, the Robert Allen Group will be unveiling its lasted Spring 2015 collection during this month's Maison & Objet show in Paris. Color Library: Botanical Color, features the brand's Interior Designer Color of the Year, Calypso Blue while luxury brand Beacon Hill will also exhibit the Japonisme-inspired Floating World Collection. The Interior Designer Color of the Year is the Robert Allen Group's indication of what's to come - surveying over 1,500 leading interior designers in an effort to pinpoint coming home trends. The collection further pairs the vibrant tropical blue with coordinating digitally printed floors, inky block prints, and classic damasks developing schemes which capture the diverse beauty found in nature while paying homage to current urban trends.
Schoolhouse LED Collection from Barn Light Electric
Blending the styling of 1920's educational lighting with the function and technology of modern day LED light sources, US based lighting manufacturere Barn Light Electric brings to the vintage inspired kitchen the Schoolhouse LED Collection featuring LED light sources from Cree alongside hand blown globes enamel finishes. Available in a variety of finishes, styles and globes, the Schoolhouse Collection is energy efficiency at its most stylish utilizing only 12 watts total while producing over 95 Lumens per watt (the same as a 60W incandescent bulb). Low wattage also ensures that the collection can be used in commercial applications and falls well within energy use regulations. Dimming capabilities are also available.
Villa D'Oro Stone Mosaic Collection from Walker Zanger
Inspired by the traditional geometric patterns found predominately in Mediterranean cultures, Walker Zanger's Villa d'Oro Collection brings together the decorative influences of Moorish Spanish, Venetian Gothic and Medieval Egyptian with contemporary color ways and enhanced scale in a series which is not only timeless but also keeps in mind how people use patterns in design today. As with all of Walker Zanger's decorative mosaics, Villa d'Oro is cut and assembled by hand from stones sourced from around the world.
DCoopMedia was not compensated for this post; Anzea Textiles was a past sponsor of #DesignLUX. Images courtesy the respective manufacturers and may not be reproduced without permission. All information is deemed correct at the time of post though DCoopMedia does not guarantee its accuracy.