For June, we are putting the spotlight on our new Camber Sideboard. Introduced during the recent Spring 2013 High Point Market, this design is the newest addition to our popular American Treasures® collection. Offering a clever blend of classic styling and crisp, clean design lines, this piece promises to blend seamlessly into any décor.
For May, our featured product is our new Napoli Wine Island. We are constantly fine-tuning our custom cabinetry and furniture capabilities to offer fabulous, functional designs for every room in house. Most recently we’ve turned our attention to the wine cellar – developing a range of new cabinetry styles and storage options.
Among our newest designs is the Napoli Wine Island shown here. We featured this piece at the recent Architectural Digest Home Design Show in New York, as well as the Spring 2013 High Point Market and received strong feedback from consumers and designers alike.
Designed to work in a climate-controlled wine cellar, this piece offers plentiful storage options with drawers that glide out effortlessly to hold wine. In addition, the island provides a nice gathering space for tastings. As with all our designs, this piece can be further customized to size/space needs and your finish options are limitless.
We’re joining 420+ exhibiting companies showcasing the latest new designs from the home. So be sure to visit us in space 149 where we’ll be featuring our custom-fitted cabinetry and timeless furniture designs for every room in the home. Among the areas we’ll be highlighting include the kitchen, dressing room, bath and wine cellar.
For more information on the show, visit www.archdigesthomeshow.com
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.
Featuring an inviting, asymmetrical filigree design on its front, this lovely design exudes a graceful, classic flow. Available in countless hand-styled finish options, it also includes a built-in infrared control devise. Shown in Warm Silver. This is just one of many new designs we unveiled during the recent Fall 2012 High Point Market. Visit the Market News section of our website to see them all!
Offering a wonderful showpiece for china, crystal and other treasured accents, this elegant breakfront features an arched top with a glass front and curved wooden design elements that add drama and elegance. Clean lines and a hand-styled finish complete the look.
Click here to see all the designs in our growing American Treasures® Collection of classically inspired, transitional designs.
The newest addition to Habersham’s licensed Biltmore ® Chateau Reserve Collection, this twin bed design was inspired by the Sheraton Room at Biltmore House in Asheville, NC. The Cloister Bed is neoclassical in style and shares a headboard and canopy, creating a large-scale image of grandeur. The wood is indicative of early 19th century architectural cloisters, in which covered walks in monasteries, colleges and cathedrals had one walled side and one open colonnade. The piece is named for Cornelia Vanderbilt, only child of Biltmore’s visionary creator George Vanderbilt and his wife Edith. Cornelia grew up at Biltmore and was truly, as the estate’s website describes, a “princess of a 250-room castle and its 8000-acre kingdom.”
For December we’ve chosen to highlight one of our newest designs, the Biltmore ® Louis XV Armoire. Making its debut during the October 2011 High Point Market, this stately piece now joins others in our licensed Biltmore® Chateau Reserve Collection of copyrighted furniture designs. With each piece, our design team has worked to reflect the hospitality and gracious living that defined the acclaimed Asheville, NC estate at the turn of the century.
This particular copyrighted furniture design takes its inspiration from the many pieces and architectural elements found throughout the estate’s lovely Louis XV Suite. Restored to its original splendor, this suite offers visitors the first opportunity to fully see the house as a family home and the Vanderbilts as parents. The Louis XV Room itself is perhaps the true heart of Biltmore. It served as birthplace of George and Edith Vanderbilt’s only daughter, Cornelia, in 1900. Years later, it was where Cornelia delivered her own two sons, George Henry Vanderbilt Cecil and William Amherst Vanderbilt Cecil in 1925 and 1928, respectively. To learn more about this amazing home , be sure to visit www.biltmore.com