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.
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We will highlight our newest hand-painted, styled and finished designs at the upcoming 2014 winter gift and home markets in Dallas and Chicago. Ranging from grand scale entertainment centers and elegant chests with meticulously hand-painted accents to occasional tables and mirrored display cabinets with a modern twist, these pieces and many others will be represented at the Gallery Six Showroom| WTC 11013 in Dallas and the deAurora Showroom #1871 in Chicago| Merchandise Mart.
Among them, the 01-1747A Tuscan 2-Drawer Chest With Art Adding a touch of Old World Europe for today’s home, this piece features of the two drawers. Offering an elegant, subtle backdrop, the rest of the piece is finished in Habersham’s Warm Silver.
Join us in Dallas and Chicago this winter to see more!
At Habersham, we believe that it’s the fine details that truly bring our furniture and cabinetry to life. Our team of highly trained artisans and craftspeople work to make sure that every little detail – from corbels to rosettes to finishes – each plays a role in the overall beauty of the design.
What’s more, our team can customize each piece to reflect your own sense of style.
Be sure to visit the customize section of our website for an overview of our custom capabilities!
Inspired 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.
It easily seats three and can be customized to align perfectly with virtually any table style, too.
This design was one of many that made its debut during the recent Fall 2013 High Point Market. It was showcased in a Parisian Loft environment in our Market Square showroom, which also showcased a number of our new cabinetry innovations and furniture styles.
As trade customers entered our showroom in High Point, North Carolina’s historic Market Square building, they were greeted with a Parisian Flat environment.
The space showcased many of our newest innovations for custom-fitted room design, including new pilaster designs, new crown molding styles, a new room entryway and our brand new Parisian Luxe finish, which utilizes a meticulous, hand-styled paint-on-paint process to create lovely aged looks.
In addition to cabinetry, the Fall Market also welcomed a number of pieces to our furniture collections. Our latest designs include new chest, sideboard, media center and coffee table designs. Click here to see a full recap of our Fall intros.
For Donna Allen, home design isn’t a process, but a passion. Working closely with husband Dave, she designs home interiors and exteriors for their building/renovation projects. Whether it’s a spec home or a room project, Donna oversees every element of the design process – from wrought iron exterior accents to cabinetry crown molding.
The duo has worked with Habersham on a number of projects and when it came time to build their own home, they planned to use it in one room…and just kept going.
“We fell in love with Habersham when we first saw it some years ago in a designer showroom. It’s a company that truly ‘gets it’ about furniture. The pieces are well made, dovetailed and fitted – a time-honored design,” says Donna. “I had a design in mind before I even started working on this home and Habersham perfectly reflected my vision.”
This month, we’re pleased to showcase the Allen’s home on our website. Click here to read the full article and to see the home design.
This month we’re putting a special spotlight on one of our newest designs. Making its debut during the Fall 2013 High Point Market, the Provence Three-Drawer Chest can lend a touch of casual elegance to any room.
Shown in our Charleston Grey hand-styled finish, this lovely design blends classic design lines, geometric accents and crystal drawer pulls to create a lovely look.
As with all pieces in our line, you can choose from our own family of finish options or select from the limitless palettes of Benjamin-Moore ™ or Sherwin-Williams ™ to reflect your own style sensibilities.
For our trade customers , the app makes working the line even easier by offering quick, easy access to furniture, cabinetry and finish images for presentations and other business needs. It also provides a convenient, portable showcase, reduces the need for additional catalog printing and will soon help streamline the sales process too.
For our consumer customers, the app takes you beyond the offerings on our website – providing a more extensive representation of our line, with detailed views, innovative sharing options and other features.
Users can browse through our furniture, cabinetry and finishes in brilliant, high resolution images. A convenient search tool helps quickly locate specific pieces. In addition, a wish list tool allows you to create lists of favorite items that you can then share.
To help fine-tune the sales process, trade customers can access the full e-catalog. In addition, photo stacks can be created and shared via email for presentations and other needs.
As we will be frequently adding new designs, finishes and photography to the app, all users are encouraged to utilize the “Update” option on the introduction screen when they first launch.
As part of the new Designer’s Choice program making its debut during the upcoming Fall 2013 High Point Market, trade customers can select from a variety of options for certain pieces. Among them – up to 10 different mullion choices for door fronts; interchangeable doors ranging from glass, solid or mirrored options; clear or seeded glass; mirror or antique mirror glass ; hardware options and more. When it comes to molding, choices range from two different base options, three crown molding styles, as well as six pilaster designs. Hand-painted art can also be custom-tailored to reflect a specific color swatch. Tables in the Designer’s Choice grouping are available in three different size options, as well as different wood tops
Among the pieces included in the new Designer’s Choice program include the Trouville Breakfront (#28-8170). This grand scale, traditional design can bring a touch of elegance to any room. Adding to its appeal, it now joins Designer’s Choice. Expanded customization features include choices of solid or mullion style doors, a variety of base and crown molding options, hardware choices and a selection of door back panel types, including clear or seeded glass, mirror, antique mirror or wood panel.