September is the last month before the holidays take over. So before we change out the front of our showroom for Halloween, our designers decided to focus on some new items that we have recently brought in.
STONE & BOILED GLASS SCULPTURE by Orfeo Glass
We've shown you his cold cut glass work before, but now Orfeo Quagliata has blown us away again. Teaming up with a gem-cut specialist, he has created stunning pieces that are half crystal and half boiled glass. The glass appears to leech color from the crystal in a gem inspired shape. We cannot wait to see what Orfeo does next!
LINDA SCHOENER, Principal Designer
ROYAL CHECK COLLECTION by MacKenzie-Childs
Many are familiar with MacKenzie-Childs signature black and white checkered pattern, but now they've created a new rendition worthy of the any country estate. Inspired by the bounty of blues seen in nature, this new color scheme still uses the heavy-gauge steel underbody that is glazed and hand-painted for durability and uniqueness.
BRENT LITTLEFIELD, Interior Designer
AN EVENING OUT STRING ART by John-Richard
String art is a detailed process that takes two simple materials and turns them into images otherwise unseen. These complexly woven pieces bring an artist's interpretation of an elegant evening into a delicate three-dimension work of art. Their champagne gold frames seem to add to the gracefulness of their composition.
DANA PAYNE, Interior Designer
AUSTIN SOFA by Marge Carson
This slightly curved sofa is just as comfortable as it is stylish, with its winged arms and multi-sized pillows. The wood-slatted base that makes the sofa appear to float also extend up the back of the sofa for a 360 degree view of dimensional interest.
ROBYN BRIDGMAN, Interior Designer
KOBE SIDE TABLES by Taracea
We love mixing materials, especially on one item. Add to it that these side tables seem to flow from one material to another, almost as if the tree these stunning pieces came from was part wood part metal. Add a touch of industrial elegance by using these tables either together or on their own in any space where extra table surface is needed.
JENNA LONG, Interior Designer
The holiday season will soon be upon us! How are you going to prepare your home for the holidays this year?