We’ve posted all of our new introductions on our website. So be sure to visit our “Market News” section by clicking here to see them all. Let us know what you think!
At Habersham, we like to create home entertainment pieces that are, in some cases, more appealing to the eye than any movie or show that might be beaming out from the TV or other electronic device housed inside!
Our new Allison Home Theatre is one such example. Making its debut during the recent April 2013 High Point Market, this piece now joins our popular American Treasures ® Collection. As with other styles in the collection, this striking piece takes classic design lines and styles and simplifies them – offering clean lines and a versatile, transitional look that can blend seamlessly into any décor.
We are looking forward to seeing many of our dealer and designer trade customers later this month for the April 20-25, 2013 High Point Market! Join us in our main showroom, Market Square, #191, as well as our booth at the Made in America Pavilion in the Suites At Market Square, #1-802, to get a first hand look at how our artisan team can create custom-fitted cabinetry for any room in the home.
The showroom will also welcome new additions to our popular Biltmore ® Chateau Reserve, American Treasures® furniture collections and other designs – all available in countless hand-styled finish options and many that can be custom-sized and styled too.
See you soon!
As a Biltmore ® licensee, Habersham will add new designs to its Biltmore ® Chateau Reserve Collection during Spring High Point Market, April 20-24, 2013. So if you’re coming to market, be sure to visit us to see these and other designs– Market Square, #191, as well as at the Made in America Pavilion in the Suites At Market Square, #1-802.
Pieces in our Biltmore ® Chateau Reserve collection draw their inspiration from the entertainment and hospitality that defined the landmark Asheville, NC estate at the turn of the century. The collection’s grand scale designs and accent furnishings perfectly reflect the art, architecture, history and ambiance of the estate.
Among the newest designs includes the Vanderbilt King Bed (shown), which was inspired by the Sheraton Room at Biltmore House. Its headboard, footboard, posts and canopy are neoclassical in style, creating a large- scale image of grandeur. The piece is named for Biltmore’s visionary creator George Vanderbilt and the twin style is named for his daughter, Cornelia. Look for a new design this spring!
In simplest terms, your choices are limited only by the imagination. You can:
–Match any of the paint tones from the vast palettes of Benjamin Moore ® and Sherwin-Williams ® — more than 4,400 different colors!
-Choose from or combine any of our own hand-styled finish options or request special finish placement.
-Request distressing for more or less aging or rub through.
And much more!
We will put the spotlight on our growing custom furniture and cabinetry capabilities during the April 2013 High Point Market. Utilizing our new space at Market Square, #191, as well as our booth at the Made in America Pavilion in the Suites At Market Square, #1-802, we’ll offer a first-hand look at how our artisan team can create custom-fitted cabinetry for any room in the home.
Our showroom will also welcome new additions to Habersham’s popular Biltmore ® Chateau Reserve, American Treasures® furniture collections and other designs – all available in countless hand-styled finish options and many that can be custom-sized and styled too.
If you haven’t made your travel or market plans yet, be sure to visit www.highpointmarket.org today!
I thought you might like to get an advance look at an upcoming spread in the 25th anniversary edition Kitchens By Professional Designers. The magazine’s publisher, Kasmar Publications, actually pioneered the first magazine of its kind in the field of professional kitchen design with the introduction of this magazine.
Each issue features the latest exciting andbeautiful professionally designed kitchens from across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. All featured kitchens, products and articles have been approved by Kasmar’s Selection Committee/Advisory Board to meet the industry’s most current technical and design standards.
To learn more, visit www.kasmarpub.com
Pinterest is perhaps the fastest growing social media tool on the market today. And for those of you who are using it (and you are many – more than 10 million and counting!) you know why. Pinterest lets you share and organize all the beautiful things you find on the web.
We were searching for some statistics on Pinterest and came upon a blog by Digital Marketing Executive Brian Honigman in The Huffington Post entitled 100 Fascinating Social Media Statistics and Figures from 2012. Among some of the interesting Pinterest statistics it highlighted, included:
– 97 percent of the fans of Pinterest’s Facebook page are women. (source: AllTwitter)
– Over 80 percent of pins are repins. (source: AllTwitter)
– 80 percent of Pinterest users are women, while 50 percent of all Pinterest users have children. (source: Search Engine Journal)
– American users of Pinterest spend an average of 1 hour and 17 minutes on the site. (source:Search Engine Journal)
–The average Pinterest user spends 98 minutes per month on the site, compared to 2.5 hours on Tumblr, and 7 hours on Facebook. (source: Arik Hanson)
– Pinterest hit 10 million U.S. monthly unique visitors faster than any independent site in history. (source: Sirona Consulting)
– 83.9 percent of a pinners time is spent Pinning, while 15.5 percent is spent liking and 0.6 percent is spent leaving comments. (source: Repinly)
–80. 57 percent of Pinterest users interact with food-related content, the #1 category of content. (source: Compete)
Habersham is on Pinterest and we invite you to follow us – www.pinterest.com/habershamhome. We’ll be adding new boards as our design team shares their newest designs, inspiration, colors, trends and more. Happy pinning!
Each month we pick a “featured product” to showcase on our home page. For January, we’ve chosen the Moderne End Table. Part of our popular American Treasures Collection, this table made its debut during the Fall 2012 High Point Market.
This decidedly modern design can lend a touch of casual, contemporary elegance to any décor. Building upon the success of the Moderne designs launched during Spring 2012 market, this new piece reflects the same geometric design. The term “Moderne” is an architectural term. Sometimes referred to as “Style Moderne” or simply “modern”, it was a style of architecture that became popular in 1925 and by the 1960s, was called “Art Deco.” Available in countless finish options, this design is shown in Warm Silver.
As you can see, the ad spotlights some of our custom cabinetry capabilities for the kitchen and great room. Blending clean lines and classic styling, the light, airy style of the kitchen cabinetry is carried out on a wall mount hood, integrated refrigeration panels with mirror accents, kitchen island and more. The look is echoed on other cabinetry also shown, including a fireplace mantle and bookcases.
The middle shot also shows a partial view of our Biltmore Grand Approach Entryway, which provides a stunning frame around any room entrance. The design takes its inspiration from the architectural elements of the famed North Carolina estate. With curios on either side offering lights, adjustable wood framed glass shelves and drawers, the Biltmore Grand Approach Entryway, like all of our cabinetry, can be customized to meet your space and style needs.
To see more of our custom cabinetry designs, visit the cabinetry section of our site.