Led by Jaimee Seabury, Williams-Sonoma, Inc.’s Vice President of Strategy and Business Development, the GreenRow team worked in close collaboration with craftspeople in the U.S. and globally to design and develop products for the new brand. “GreenRow is focused on creating modern heirlooms by combining bright colors and thoughtful details into sustainable materials,” Seabury explained. “In addition to designing into a timeless aesthetic, we also committed to utilizing sustainable manufacturing practices and teaching our customers how to care for our products in order to ensure their longevity.”
For luxury lighting producer Mavisten Edition, it’s all about the light. Executive Editor Julie A. Palm talks with co-founder Michael Almodova about his passion for home furnishings design, invention.
Texas based Cyan Design launched a partnership with renowned interior and product designer, author, and television personality, Thom Filicia, to develop a collection of decorative accessories
Viewed as a whole, the 2023 Molteni&C Collection introduces a range of refined and sophisticated furnishings, with an international flavour and timeless stylistic coherence. Different personalities with a single distinctive trait: formal essentiality.
Influenced by architects and artists of the 1970s, the Spring 2023 Collection includes an
assortment of furniture, upholstered sofas and chairs, dining and bedside tables, credenzas,
lighting and more. Modernized for the upscale American market today, the collection features an
overstuffed puffer, rounded velvet sofa, concrete nesting tables in organic shapes and several
chairs including a belted, leather slingseat dining chair. Polished concrete, walnut, velvet, soft
leather and linen are some of the materials in application.
Like the iconic luggage piece which shares its name, Universal Furniture and Coastal Living’s new Weekender Collection channels relaxation and a sense of retreat. But rather than just the traditional two days of freedom, Weekender brings the spirit of comfortable and unhurried ease into the home the whole week through.
Mitzi continues its Tastemakers series with Mitzi/Ariel Okin,
which serves as the designer’s first exploration into lighting.
Ariel’s love of clean lines, texture and patterns can be seen
across the fixtures, as well as less traditional design details,
such as Fifi’s scallop detailing.
The Oblique collection, designed by British creator Matthew Hilton, captures the most
contemporary conceptualization of the tradition of overlaying rugs. This proposal is
achieved through the juxtaposition of oblique figures, resulting in a contrivance of
Luxury home furnishings brand South + English is debuting two new programs at the ends…
There’s a lot of movement — literally — in seating being introduced at this spring’s…