Interior Design: Discover The Top 5 Collaborations Between Brands ⇒ Best Design Guides brings you 5 collaborations between top interior designers and brands, in order to help spice up your interior design. Be inspired!
David Rockwell and Stellar Works
Rockwell Group took inspiration for this furniture collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration Series, from the roots of the word valet, reinterpreting it for the 21st Century. A new furniture typology, Valet supports everyday living, working, and entertaining. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality.
Each piece in the collection has luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, that double as subtle tools for living well.
Yabu Pushelberg and Stellar Works
Compact in profile and scale, this light, playful and sculptural collection lends itself to both residential and commercial applications.
Though Blink has a distinct personality and distilled modernist quality, pieces from this collection can coexist or live independently amongst other styles. The materials have been selected to create considered contrasts from texture to texture and surface to surface.
Jonathan Adler and Amazon
Now House by Jonathan Adler is a full line of furniture, decor, and bedding featuring unique and stylish pieces at Amazon-appropriate prices. In making luxe interior products more accessible and convenient to shop for, the collaboration opens shoppers up to a world they previously dismissed as out of their price range or that which resembled more “aspirational fantasy,” less “real-life look-book.”
On the Now House Amazon page, you can shop by product category, curated looks, and rooms. Looks like WFH: Work From Home embolden you to forget you’re even working by advocating pops of colour or tables with futuristic grooved legs, while the satisfying geometric precision of All Lined Up reminds you that black and white really won’t ever go out of style. Or, create an entryway your guests will remember and a bedroom to gladly retreat to every night, in just a few clicks.
EJ Victor and Kelly Wearstler
EJ Victor recognized industry-wide for its exquisite quality, service, and value is a locally owned, high-end furniture company located in North Carolina’s famous furniture heartland. Priding itself on the craftsmanship of devoted employees with know-how and commitment to building superior furniture, the company culture offers its customers easy access to responsible professionals who possess the information and answers that are needed.
For more than twenty-five years, EJ Victor has built upon its own brand while also becoming a best-in-class licensing partner to premier global lifestyle brand like Ralph Lauren, Kelly Wearstler, Perennials, and Kate Spade New York.
Nate Berkus and J.J. Martin
Editor and shop owner J.J. Martin has teamed up with Nate Berkus to refinish a series of vintage chairs, which Berkus sells his 1stdibs storefront. Martin, the creative brain behind whimsical-chic retailer LaDoubleJ, matched the seats, which range from the 1970s folding sets to midcentury armchairs, to clothing and accessories in her collection.
It’s not just the ’60s frames that are storied; their patterns are re-creations of vintage prints spanning the 20th century. Explains Martin: “Each of our 20 chairs is a mid-century Italian original. All have been hunted down by our team in Milan and lovingly re-covered in new polished-cotton fabric printed with a vintage pattern from the Mantero Seta silk archive. The designs were originally used for fashion from the 1920s to ’90s, but do wonders to jazz up the aura of a ’60s chair today.” What’s old is new again—and sure to look great in your living room. We hope you’ve been inspired by this amazing interior design.
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