New #Luxury Product Spotlight - Week of Nov. 17th
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.
Drop Chair Collaboration by MINI & Republic of Fritz Hansen
The MINI and the Drop Chair - both iconic designs of the 20th century - have come together in one timeless yet playful meeting of the minds. The Fritz Hansen Drop Chairs by MINI combine mid-century Scandinavian design, the Classic Drop Chair was designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in 1950's Copenhagen, with the sophisticated upholstery evoking the familiar design language present in MINI's vehicles. Presented as both a Classic and Modern interpretation, the Drop Chair by Mini features stitched inserts, contrast stitching, and colored piping so prevalent in automotive interiors. Both chairs were designed as part of MINI's ongoing partnership with the blickfang design exhibition, held annually in six international cities.
Cheetah Knobs by Adrienne Morea for Atlas Homewares
When it comes to animal prints there are very few that are versatile enough to transition across almost all sectors of the creative industry. The Cheetah print, an organic display in orange and deep brown, is just one of those patterns having been a staple in the toolboxes of interior designers and fashionistas alike when a bold statement is desired. The Cheetah Knobs designed by Adrienne Morea, creative director for Los Angeles based Atlas Homewares, embraces the wild whimsical statement provided by this quintessential pattern while at the same time remaining sophisticated and elegant. The Cheetah Knobs are available as a round knob with matte black center or a square knob accented with diamante fittings, are 1.5" in width and retail for $22.98.
Sterling Row Porcelain Tile Collection from Walker Zanger
Tailored, elegant patterns have long been the mainstay of natural stone and glass mosaics. Walker Zanger brings the sensibility of the well dressed gentleman to the well adorned home with the introduction of its Sterling Row, a collection of porcelain tiles inspired by the feel of fine fabrics, the richness of burnished leather, and the shops of the finest tailors in London, Manhattan, and Paris. Sterling Row features the look of exquisite wood and marble inlay in a material that is durable enough to be used in both residential and commercial applications with minimal maintenance.
Handcrafted Leather Belt Flooring by TING
In today's day of Eco-sensitive requirements, the design community has no shortage of products which are either aesthetically pleasing, environmentally friendly, and unique. Rare is the product that embodies all three. The Leather Belt Floor, a bespoke product developed by UK based Ting London, reflects a high-end composition making use of hand-selected and cleaned vintage leather belts with the utmost of attention to detail. The Leather Belt Floor is, at once unique, highlighting the subtle patterns inherent in each re-purposed swath of leather and durable, leather being a material which has proven itself to weather the test of time. The Floor is available in standard tile sizes of 12x12 inches and 18x18 inches. Rugs and custom installations are also available.
Harper by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Bernhardt Design
Having 125 years of furniture craftsmanship to its name, family owned and American made Bernhardt Furniture Company has been at the helm at many of the furnishing archetypes the design community has come to love through the years. To celebrate its 125th year Bernhardt sought to recreate three iconic standards, recreating them for the current generation. The Adirondack Chair and the Windsor Chair, both quintessential American designs, became the fodor for one such recreation, Harper, imagined by French designer and architect Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, combines the laid back sentiment that is the Adirondack Chair with the structured formality that is the frame of the Windsor chair. Crafted of American maple and cherry woods and named after Bernhardt Design founder Anne Harper Bernhardt, the Harper chair is at once a graceful yet aerodynamic cocoon.
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