High Point Highlights | Spring Market Intros 2014

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
April 29th, 2014

01-3305 Habersham Soho Occasional TableThe Soho Occasional Table is one of the versatile new designs that joined our line earlier this month during the Spring 2014 High Point Market.   This console is at home in virtually any décor style – from casual to contemporary.   Clean lines and an elegant apron complete the look.  The new piece is shown here in Antique Honey and Rich Carmine with Gold Accents.

Other new introductions range from chests and sideboards to additions to our popular Biltmore Chateau Reserve Collection.  Click here to see them all!

Spring High Point Market Intros | See Them All!

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
April 17th, 2014

64-2790 Habersham Biltmore Olmstead Home Entertainment CenterWe’ve just returned from Spring High Point Market and were delighted with the positive feedback our new introductions received from our dealer and designer customers.    We invite you to click here to see them all and let us know what you think!

Headlining the new introductions was our Biltmore 10th Anniversary Collection.  For 10 years the Chateau Reserve Collection, a collaboration between Biltmore and Habersham, has drawn its inspiration for the entertainment and hospitality that defined the Asheville, NC estate at the turn of the century.  The collection’s grand scale designs and accent furniture pieces reflect the art, architecture, hospitality and ambiance that George W. Vanderbilt cultivated for his estate.  Among the new designs is the Biltmore Olmstead Home Entertainment Center, pictured here.

Habersham and Biltmore: Looking Ahead

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
March 24th, 2014

Habersham Biltmore Grand EntryFrom the beginning of our licensing partnership with Biltmore®, our vision at Habersham has been to create furniture in keeping with George Vanderbilt’s vision – versatile, high quality designs that invite homeowners to truly express their own sense of style.

During the Spring High Point Market, we’ll be celebrating the past 10 years of our partnership with Biltmore.  But we’ll also be looking ahead, sharing details about our next exciting joint venture –  the Chateau Reserve Custom Fitted Furniture Collection

Scheduled to debut during the Fall 2014 High Point Market, the new collection will bring our custom capabilities together with the unlimited design inspiration of Biltmore.  As part of the new program, designers and their clients  will be able to choose from a number of styles and countless finish options – all designed to bring Biltmore’s timeless  elegance  to any space in the home – from the dressing room and wine cellar to the kitchen , bath, library and more.

Finishing Touches | Endless Choices

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
March 11th, 2014

Habersham Offers Endless Finish OptionsWhether you want a finish that picks up a color from a treasured oriental rug, complements a wall color or creates a dramatic contrast for other pieces in your kitchen, bath or any space, we can help you find the perfect match.

Calling upon a series of proprietary techniques, tools and exacting standards, our talented team of finishers and artists works to create distinctive looks unlike anything else   in the marketplace today.

You can choose  from the wide spectrum of textures and tones found within  our own signature finish family. Or,  explore the  vast and versatile palettes of Benjamin Moore ® and Sherwin-Williams®, which collectively encompass more than 4,400 different colors.

From aged, distressed influences to  simpler, cleaner styles, our artists can help you create that perfect finishing touch.   Explore our site to see more of our finish options.

Custom Vanity Designs Offer Timeless Appeal

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
February 27th, 2014

Habersham Vanity DesignsWhether you are looking for an impressive bath vanity with strong lines and classic detailing or a beautiful piece with delicate curves and shapes, a Habersham design promises to create a stunning focal point for any bath in your home.

To help with your decision process, we offer  a variety of sizes and styles within our own line of vanities. And, we can also work with you to create a custom design that perfectly reflects your own style and space requirements.

Contact us today to learn more about our custom capabilities.

This Month’s Featured Product: Chelsea Occasional Table

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
January 16th, 2014

01_1709  Habersham Chelsea Occasional Table

This month, we’re putting the spotlight on our new Chelsea Occasional Table.

Shown in our Greystone finish, this new design blends classic lines with transitional styling for  a versatile accent that can work in any décor.  Antique mirror on the inside back adds textural interest.

As with all pieces in our line, this one offers you limitless finish options.  You can choose from our family of meticulously hand-styled finishes.  Or, look to the vast and versatile palettes of Sherwin-Williams ™ or Benjamin Moore ™ to find the exact tone and texture you seek.

Sizing Up Custom Kitchen Cabinetry Design

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
January 2nd, 2014

Guest Apartment Kitchen CabinetryWhen it comes to custom kitchen cabinetry, if you’ve got a vision, we can bring it to life.  No matter your space or size requirements – grand or small –our design and engineering team can create a design custom-tailored to your specific tastes and lifestyle requirements.

That’s because we’ve been working hard to expand our custom capabilities in recent years.  We’ve assembled a highly skilled team of veteran woodworkers and cabinet-makers who work closely with each customer to create richly detailed, hand-styled custom cabinetry that conforms to any room space or style.

Let us help bring your vision to life.  We look forward to working with you!

Featured Product: Crown Point Chest

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
December 17th, 2013

01_1746 Habersham Crown Point Chest With Antique Mirror Behind MullionsThis month, we’re putting a special product spotlight on one of our newest designs, the Crown Point Chest.

We chose it because of its versatility and style.  One of our more transitional styles, this lovely piece brings antique mirror together with sleek,  curved mullion designs on the drawer fronts to lend a touch of casual elegance to any décor.

As with all pieces in our growing line, this one is available in countless finish options.  To learn more about this design or to see more of our newest introductions, visit our site.

New Intros: Chelsea Occasional Table

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
December 5th, 2013

01_1709 CHelsea Occasional TableWe added a number of new designs to our line during the recent Fall 2013 High Point Market.  Among them, the 01-1709 Chelsea Occasional Table.

Shown in Habersham’s Greystone finish, this new table design blends classic lines with transitional styling for a versatile accent that can work in any décor.  An antique mirror on the inside back adds textural interest.

To see even more of our Market intros, click here.

Moderne Living

by Joyce Eddy, Chairman of the Board  |  
November 25th, 2013

01_3356_M Habersham Moderne Coffee Table With Glass Top Ends and Antique Mirror BaseInspired by the Art Moderne architectural style that emerged in the 1930s, our new Moderne Coffee Table design can lend a contemporary accent to today’s home. With antique mirror at its base and sides, this design will add a  sense of space and elegance to any room.  A glass top adds an elegant touch.  Shown in Habersham’s Warm Silver finish.

Also known as Streamline Modern, the Art Moderne, style was known for curves and horizontal lines.  A quick visit to Wikipedia offers up these interesting tidbits about the style:

As the Great Depression  of the 1930s progressed, Americans saw a new aspect of Art Deco—i.e., streamlining, a concept first conceived by industrial designers who stripped Art Deco design of its ornament in favor of the aerodynamic pure-line concept of motion and speed developed from scientific thinking. Cylindrical forms and long horizontal windowing also may be influenced by constructivism.  As a result an array of designers quickly ultra-modernized and streamlined the designs of everyday objects. Manufacturers of clocks, radios, telephones, cars, furniture, and many other household appliances embraced the concept.

The style was the first to incorporate electric light into architectural structure. In the first-class dining room of the SS Normandie, fitted out 1933–35, twelve tall pillars of Lalique glass, and 38 columns lit from within illuminated the room. The Strand Palace Hotel foyer (1930), preserved from demolition by the Victoria and Albert Museum during 1969, was one of the first uses of internally lit architectural glass, and coincidentally was the first Moderne interior preserved in a museum.

Click here to learn more about Art Moderne and click here to see more of our newest designs!