We added a number of new designs to our growing collection during Spring 2014 High Point Market. Click here to see them all!
Among them, the Biltmore Overlook Arch Bookcase, pictured here:
Scroll through the images below to see the newest furniture designs that joined our line during the Spring 2014 High Point Market! Headlining the new introductions — our Biltmore 10th Anniversary Collection. For 10 years the Chateau Reserve Collection, a collaboration between Biltmore and Habersham, has drawn its 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 furniture pieces reflect the art, architecture, hospitality and ambiance that George W. Vanderbilt cultivated for his estate. New pieces include:
#64-2790 Biltmore Olmstead Home Entertainment Center –This stunning new design is named for Frederick Law Olmstead, the acclaimed landscape architect who designed the gardens and grounds of the estate. This design has two glass cabinets –each with three adjustable shelves – that flank an opening that houses entertainment essentials. The closed door base has two adjustable shelves. Shown in our Graystone finish, this unit can be customized. Base also available as Biltmore Olmstead Entertainment Sideboard (#64-2791)
#64-2395 Biltmore Overlook Arch Bookcase This piece was inspired by the beautiful arches and ironwork in the library at the estate. The arch design is complemented by an open, ornate grill design on the doors below. Like many pieces in the line, it can be customized to fit your needs. Shown in Empire with an Antique Honey interior. Base also available as Biltmore Overlook Sideboard (#64-2396)
#64-2395 Biltmore Overlook Arch Bookcase –To demonstrate the versatility of our finish options, this is another view of the bookcase above, shown in Seaspray Multicolor with Antique Honey interior. Another Biltmore 10th Anniversary design, this piece was inspired by the beautiful arches and ironwork in the library at the estate. The arch design is complemented by an open, ornate grill design on the doors below. Like many pieces in the line, it can be customized to fit your needs. Base also available as Biltmore Overlook Sideboard (#64-2396).
#64-2390 Biltmore Broad River Breakfront – Named for the French Broad River which flows through the Estate, this design is shown in Sandemar and Seaspray Multi-color. The perfect piece for showcasing your treasured accents, china and other accessories. Base also available as Biltmore Broad River Sideboard (#64-23910
In addition to the new Biltmore designs, other new introductions include:
#01-1743 Tiffany Link 2-Drawer Chest Featuring a timeless jewelry pattern of linking circles, this classical-styled chest design is sure to add a touch of casual elegance to any décor. Shown in Harvest Muslin.
KB03-1743-42 Tiffany Link Vanity — As an added feature, this piece, also shown above, is part of Habersham’s new Vanity Expressions Program, which invites you to create vanities from select chest and sideboard designs. A number of size options – from 24”up to 60” — fall within the standard pricing designation. Custom sizes are also available for a 30 percent upcharge. In addition to size options, finish choices are limitless. Shown in Seaspray Multicolor with Silver Accents.
#01-1748 Palisades 3-Drawer Chest – Offering a creative twist on classical design, this piece blends clean lines and a simple style for rich effect. As with all pieces in the Habersham line, it is available in countless hand-styled finish options.
#01-3305 Soho Occasional Table – This versatile console table design is at home in virtually any décor style – from casual to contemporary. Its clean lines and elegant apron complete the look. Shown in Antique Honey and Rich Carmine with Gold Accents.
#01-1722 Milan 3-Drawer Chest — Bring a touch of sophisticated Italian elegance into today’s home with this lovely piece. Featuring a reinterpreted classical design, it offers a decidedly modern, contemporary look. A hidden touch latch compartment inside the middle drawer offers the ideal hiding spot to tuck away treasures. Shown in Sandimar Multicolor.
#01-3315 Tribeca Sideboard – Inspired by our best-selling Tribeca Dining Table, this clean, contemporary design is named after New York City’s famed art district. Shown in antique Honey and Empire with Gold Accents.
Each month we put a special product spotlight on one of our newest designs. This month, its our Provence 3-Drawer Chest. Making it debut during the Fall 2013 High Point Market, this design can lend a touch of casual elegance to any room. Circular accents, crystal drawer pulls and classic design lines provide the perfect finishing touch.
Shown in our Charleston Grey finish, this piece, like others in our line is available in countless finish options. You can choose from our family of finishes – each offering distinctive looks, hues and textures created by artists using a series of techniques, tools and exacting standard. Further expanding the selection, designers can also work with the Habersham artisan team to match colors from the vast and versatile palettes of Benjamin Moore® and Sherwin-Williams®, which collectively encompasses more than 4400 different tones.
To see more of our chest styles and other designs, be sure to visit the furniture section of our website.
Doing laundry might not be on the top of everyone’s list of fun things to do, but there are ways to make this mundane task a little more tolerable! Among them, livening up the laundry room space itself.
“I have the most gorgeous laundry room,” one of our homeowners once said, laughing and describing her fabulously appointed space and its custom styled shelving, drawers, storage and cabinets.
Here at Habersham we are constantly fine-tuning and enhancing our custom capabilities to help you surround any space in style and luxury. Whether you’re looking for fresh looks for your own laundry room or new design solutions for your kitchen, home office, wine cellar or other room in the house, we’d love to help bring your design vision to life.
“Habersham offers an old world feeling with contemporary features.”
Interior Design: Jeanne Rinek
Charles Rinek has been making dreams come true since 1987.
Taking a “concierge approach” to home building, he, along with wife Jeanne, and the rest of the talented team of design professionals from Charles Rinek Construction, Inc., have brought countless dream homes to life for delighted clients in prestigious communities throughout Florida’s Flagler County.
“It’s a discovery process we go through together,” Charles explains. “Our clients tell us what they want, and we work closely with them – from start to finish – interpreting their dreams and creating exactly what they’ve been hoping for.”
Charles and Jeanne called upon this same collaborative approach when it came time to build their own dream home in an established neighborhood nestled within Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park. “We built this home around our own aesthetic,” said Charles, explaining how he and Jeanne work together — he designs the home from scratch and Jeanne focuses on the interiors. “We opted for a plantation, Georgian style in keeping with the essence of the neighborhood.”
For the cabinetry, the couple chose Habersham. “We’ve worked with a number of high-end cabinetry companies and wanted something different — something unique for the area,” he says. “We found Habersham at the High Point Furniture Market and quickly saw that it offered an old world feeling with contemporary features.”
For the kitchen, the couple created an open, inviting floorplan to serve as the true gathering place of the home. “Habersham is so versatile,” says Jeanne. “Thanks to its custom capabilities, Habersham can blend into any home style and when it comes to colors, your choices are limitless.”
To bring a sense of warmth and depth to her kitchen, Jeanne chose to blend light, airy finishes on the range hearth, curio and wall cabinetry with rich, darker tones on the kitchen island and barnwood flooring.
“Jeanne is also a gourmet cook so we needed the space to be extremely functional as well,” added Charles. ”We worked to make sure that the cabinetry had the ergonomic flow needed for cooking, as well as entertaining.”
Jeanne also worked with Habersham on custom furniture pieces, like the design shown near the breakfast area. “Only Habersham could reach the level of custom work we wanted,” she explains. “What we were able to achieve through Habersham is not readily available from other cabinetry makers. With Habersham, you can sit down with your rep, share your vision, and then work with their artisan team to create something custom-tailored to your every need.”
“For our dining room we were able to work with Habersham to create beautiful cabinetry that didn’t intrude into the space like a piece of furniture might,” Jeanne adds. “It’s flexible, not intrusive and it truly elevates the room. It’s quite functional too, with lighting, shelves for wine glasses, storage and a warming drawer.”
“This is not your typical ‘hutch’ and people love looking at it. Everything is so well crafted. It’s like a piece of art on the wall,” she adds.
The Rineks also chose Habersham fireplace mantle and wall cabinetry to help create a focal point in the living room. “This design is especially functional in that it frames the fireplace, provides storage for videos, DVDs and electronics,” explains Charles.
“We also collect art and porcelains and this cabinetry offers a wonderful, non-intrusive way to showcase these pieces. Art is here to embrace your life and Habersham gives us this structural component that’s artful too.”
Habersham cabinetry can be found in other spaces throughout the home, including a custom bar area, as well as a study, where its traditional, classic style comes together with modern design lines for rich effect.
“It’s part of creating an eclectic space,” Charles explains. “So often people stick to one theme or look throughout the home. I think it’s important to show life within the home by using more than one theme – whether that’s achieving light with color or by mixing trends – old with new, Asian with modern.”
“There is no singular approach to life and that applies to building too,” he adds. “It’s important to keep in mind that there is a certain familiarity that comes with diversity. That’s what makes a home so special.”