Many of our clients like to swap out an item in their home right before the rush of the holidays. Unfortunately, most furniture would not arrive in time, unless they chose something we display in our showroom. So this month, we asked our designers to pick an item within our showroom that they would love to have in their own space for the holidays.
LUXURY DESIGNER SHADOW BOX ART by Stephen Wilson
We are drawn towards the unique, one-of-a-kind pieces like these mixed media shadow box art. Wilson combines actual designer boxes and bags and layering them with embroidery, quilting, and handmade elements to relay the subtle emotion of luxury itself.
LINDA SCHOENER, Principal Designer
CHAMBERS SOFA by Ralph Lauren Home
Invoking the cinematic glamour of Hollywood, this quilted leather sofa will add a touch of modern elegance to any living space. The low profile allows for unobstructed views while the deep bench seat offers comfortable lounging. Fabric options available.
BRENT LITTLEFIELD, Interior Designer
PLAZA SOFA by Planum Furniture
If you are unsure whether your style is contemporary or modern, than this sofa is the perfect blend for your living space. The two tone leather and slim legs give a slight nod to the mid-century all the while making it a subtle statement for your home. It is also available in custom sizes.
DANA PAYNE, Interior Designer
DALEY FLOOR LAMP by Ralph Lauren Home
Floor lamps must be architecturally interesting as well as provide a the right amount of light. This lamp does just that with its sleek lines and LED light bar, in addition to having a minimal design so that it may feel right at home in any space.
ROBYN BRIDGMAN, Interior Designer
ELVA ACRYLIC CHAIR by Highland House
We love a great accent chair, and this acrylic side chair is no different. The upholstered seat and back are fully supported by the minimalist acrylic frame, allowing it to feel as if it is floating in your space. Customize it to your exact liking with numerous fabric and leather options.
JENNA LONG, Interior Designer
How are your preparing your home for the holidays?